Policy & legislation
Modern Web like Black Mirror, says Berners-Lee
“Nastiness, misogyny and hate speech” are pushing us towards a dystopian future, says Web founder
Counterfeit print consumables
Immediate cost savings can mean bigger long-term problems for consumers
Sage CEO blasts business leaders
Stephen Kelly rails against “red tape, bureaucracy, stupid legislation, outdated taxes”
Sage makes bold moves with tech investments
Sage builds on 2015 investment with announcements around Salesforce and Microsoft partnerships
Dell playing 2e2 game, Fujitsu exec warns
Fujitsu UK’s Michael Keegan warns Dell could end up a zombie company, crippled by private debt.
IT security holding back business innovation
Concerns over security and risk stop projects progressing in nearly half of all firms, says NTT Security research.
Android drives strong tablet sales
IDC: Android drives market growth as iOS stalls and Windows tablets struggle to win over consumers.
Dell: No longer constrained by “short-term” investors
Michael Dell says as a private company Dell can be “as aggressive as we want to be”.
IT jobs growth seen across the UK
Permanent vacancies continue to rise, with growth seen in Scotland, Southern England and the West.
DellSF 2012: Dell sets out post-acquistion strategy
Hardware giant tells IT Pro its "end-to-end" integration plans for the technologies its picked up in recent years.
Server & storage
DellSF 2012: Dell fires opening salvo at rival EMC
Hardware giant uses Storage Forum keynote to outline how it's winning business from arch nemesis EMC.
Fujitsu: out to steal HP market share
Fujitsu exec brands rival HP “confused” and “a mess”.