Global spotlight: Tech Innovation in India
IT Pro finds out about India's plans to improve its technology scene with 4G services, green IT, and tablet PC schemes for students.
Trusteer flags up Facebook malware scam
Security software vendor uncovers malware aimed at charity-minded Facebook users.
Under the spotlight: Tech innovation in Israel
Visitors to Innovate Israel 2012 were treated to a glimpse of all that the country's tech scene has to offer
Dell-Intel shed light on SMB attitudes to server
Vendor report suggests SMBs are still unsure about the benefits of embracing virtual servers.
Cryptzone calls for cyber security to be taught in schools
Security vendor wants to see IT security education included in the National Curriculum.
E-Skills reveals record demand for IT workers
IT think tanks claims the UK IT industry needs at least 129,000 new recruits a year to remain buoyant.
Gartner shines a light on mobile device usage trends
Market watcher's research reveals that more of us are switching from PC to tablets for web-based tasks.
Zurich: Supply chain issues lose UK tech firms £207,000 a
Insurance provider counts cost of supply chain problems on mid-sized tech firms.
BSA reaches £11,000 settlement with unlicensed design firm
Anti-piracy body nabs unlicensed Yorkshire firm.
RBS chief apologises for computer system glitch
Banking group's CEO claims software problems "never should have happened".
Brocade bangs the drum for BYOD tax breaks
Networking vendor calls for tax breaks to boost adoption of BYOD schemes.
ICO advises SMBs on avoiding data breaches
Data protection watchdog publishes guidance to prevent small firms falling foul of the law.
Kogan introduces "world's first" Internet Explorer 7 tax
Online retailer to hike prices by nearly seven per cent for customers that use older Microsoft browsers.
Industry hits out at ICANN domain name application process
High application fees mean smaller firms will miss out on securing their business domains, experts warn.
Glasgow council data breach could be "easily avoided"
Cryptzone and ViaSat claims local council data breach shows ICO fines are doing little to convince people to take better care of their information.