M-Files releases M-Files Online to break down cloud barriers
The cloud-powered information management system can be used across cloud and on-premise with the same licence
NHS seeks private medical data to augment its own records
New initiative will merge public and private patient data for the first time
What is an Enterprise Management System?
Learn about what an Enterprise Management System is and how it can make large organisations more efficient
4m Facebook users' details 'exposed by Cambridge academics'
Personal data including age, location and gender was accessible to anyone - report
UK data breaches decline despite sharp global rise
Amount of leaked data is down as organisations prepare for GDPR
NHS trusts spend £1 million to prepare for GDPR
Healthcare bodies invest in software tools and staff training, FoI reveals
What does a data engineer do?
Learn more about one of 2018’s most in-demand job roles
Three keys to successful data management
Companies need to take a fresh look at data management to realise its true value
ICO hands Prudential £50,000 data mismanagement fine
Financial services organisation hit with financial penalty after account merger error
Councils fall short on IT data management
Many are compromising security with lack of ability to track and report on user activity in real time.
IT Pro Start-Up Tour: Solix
Solix, a nine year old company, could be the answer for all your data management nightmares.
Do we need data boot camps?
Inside the enterprise: IBM is setting up boot camps to help its customers handle "big data," but when it comes to information, sometimes less is more.
Businesses should tackle data management
Investing in master data management makes sense even in a tough economy, argues Gartner.
Most business data "not good enough"
Businesses rely heavily on inaccurate and poorly managed information, research warns.
Dell announces $1.15 billion 3PAR acquisition
Dell will be ramping up its data management offerings with the acquisition of 3PAR.
Ovum: Data centre transformation won't take off till 2013
Data centre transformation projects will not become widespread until 2013, according to Ovum.
IOD 2010: IBM introduces advanced case management
The launch of IBM’s advanced case management services has emerged as one of the key developments at IOD 2010.
IOD 2010: Looking for patterns for business benefits
The linear approach is now insufficient and the pattern-based strategy is the way forward for firms in a world where change is a constant, Gartner has…
IOD 2010: IBM heralds the 'Decade of Smart'
IBM believes the Decade of Smart will see companies taking advantage of the mass of data in the world leveraging analytics.
Are IT suppliers to blame for government data breaches?
A Home Office director has detailed an MoJ breach to show that placing the blame for data breaches isn't always so easy.
Firms full of dirty data
As much as 30 per cent of data held by companies could be “dirty” in some way, according to a BCS award winner.
Brits want data breaches criminalised
That’s the main finding of research into consumer attitudes towards online security, where four out of five people also don not trust how organisation…
Data management brings risk and value to IT, says IBM
IBM predicts data governance will become a required discipline for organisations, while also finding that businesses need to better inventory informat…
Slow IT main contact centre gripe
Research shows that IT slowdowns and data entry tasks hurt productivity at contact centres.