How to overcome the barriers to personalisation
Leap over every obstacle and jump ahead of your competitors in the process
Nine top GDPR tips for email marketing strategies
It's not all doom and gloom – here's how you can make GDPR work for you
Let’s stamp out snail mail in 2020
Why do so many businesses prefer the postbox to the inbox?
What is Facebook Open Graph?
Open Graph allows developers to create apps with Facebook integration
BT walloped with £70K ICO fine for 5 million spam emails
Telecommunication provider found to be in breach of the Data Protection Act 1998
Why GDPR creates a "vicious circle" for marketers
Customers will control the forthcoming trust economy, predicts Aprimo
Forget about GDPR fines, says Dotmailer
Email marketing firm says failing customers should be a bigger worry than official penalties
Google dumps disaster recovery product amidst clean out
The internet giant dumps the Google Message Continuity product to focus on its Apps lineup.
Google admits profiting from illegal Olympic ticket ads
The internet giant makes money off of illegal Olympic 2012 ads, according to a report.
Google gives Gmail a facelift
The refreshed Gmail is rolling out to users across the world this week.
BSA settles at £29,000 for unlicensed software use
The Salamander Organisation feels the force of the Business Software Alliance for not paying their software licences.
Windows 7 migration causes concerns for IT pros
Moving to Microsoft’s newest operating system is proving troublesome for some businesses.
M&S data stolen in Epsilon breach
The Epsilon breach may have mainly affected US companies, but Marks & Spencer customers have been hit too.
Social media to change business marketing
New communications tools are prompting companies to reassess customer value.
Pulse 2011: Service management to shine this year
Service management, strategy and execution will soon have their time in the spotlight, according to IBM.
Oracle flies up to Amazon cloud servers
Amazon will offer Oracle Database 11g Release 2 over its sky-high relational database later this year.
North-East competition offers innovators £20,000 support
Newcastle Science City has launched a competition to help businesses get their ideas to market.
Dennis announces the London IT Show (LITS)
Dennis is pleased to unveil the biggest tech event to hit the calendar next year…
Benioff bashes anti-Salesforce Microsoft marketing
Marc Benioff said he plans to hit Microsoft where it hurts with some upcoming announcements.
Q&A: Reza Malekzadeh, vice president of marketing at Nimbula
Born from EC2 and hoping to bring public cloud benefits behind the firewall for enterprises, we talk cloud computing with a company and executive in t…
Social networking shows inner workings of business
Users chat about Chatter at Cloudforce.
Recession gloom fades for software market
A new report shows growth in US SME software industry, but one analyst believes the UK is still doing better.
Proofpoint launches email archiving solution
Proofpoint Enterprise Archive offers Exchange support and an improved search function to help businesses find old emails at speed.