The internet is as precious as your children right now
It's time to check the health of your connection with Ofcom's top tips
The virtues of the virtual pub trip
You’ve heard of flexible working - but what about flexible drinking?
The best time to prepare for remote working was six months ago
The second-best time is now
Who’s watching you watch them?
Smart TV services are tracking you more closely than you think
When it comes to AI, the EU is a very small fish in a very big pond
Recent proposals around the regulation of artificial intelligence show just how irrelevant the EU has become
Smart motorways aren’t smart enough
Free sat-nav apps could limit the dangers of so-called smart motorways, says Barry Collins
The COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak is the cloud's chance to shine
It’s time to work from home, attend events virtually and explore all the remote wonders of cloud computing
Using public Wi-Fi without protection is a risky business
In this day and age, HTTPS isn't enough. To be truly secure, you need a VPN
Why do we keep so quiet about our tech successes?
The UK tech industry has a lot to be proud of, but why are we so shy of shouting about it?
Recycling our digital waste is too hard
We need tools to clear the mountains of data that are building up around us
RSA sale spells a new chapter for Dell
The divestment marks the end of a five-year journey that began with EMC
Why TfL's 4G plans must be stopped in their tracks
If continuously refreshing your Twitter feed dozens of feet underground isn’t the future, then what is?
Why should Mac users pay for Windows?
Microsoft's Windows 10 pricing is baffling
Microsoft Azure is a testament to Satya Nadella’s strategic nouse
Azure is now unrecognisable from when it launched 10 years ago – a reflection Microsoft’s own transformation
Understanding my new-found appreciation of Google Maps
The true magic of Maps is only found when you type in your old postcodes
SaaS is about more than monthly subscriptions
Unless you're providing regular support and wider platform options, you're just fleecing customers on a monthly basis
View from the airport: Cisco Live 2020
The networking giant has plans for a future internet that moves humans out of the way
Innovation in terrestrial transportation apparatus (AKA reinventing the wheel)
Innovation for innovation's sake isn’t useful to anyone
What to expect from Cisco Live 2020
The tech giant will be hoping to reassure customers it’s on the right track after a topsy turvy 2019
A breakdown in communications
Why is it still a struggle for the emergency services to find those they need to help?
I thought I didn’t like robots, bot what would I know?
How a broken washing machine cured one journalist of her anti-AI prejudices
What does 2020 have in store for tech?
The IT Pro team gazes into the future to predict what the first year of the new decade means for the tech industry
The scariest security horror stories of 2019
From sustained attacks without a motive to data dumps that just keep giving, these are the stories that shocked us the most