Geoscience Australia selects IBM 3592 cartridges as its tape migration extends beyond ten years
Daniel Feinberg, director of Northeastern University's Health Informatics Graduate Program, offers his perspective on health care reform, HITECH legislation and other topics.
Polymorphic malware is on the rise. Panda Security identified 25 million new strains of malware in 2009.
Microsoft's new master data management technology could be a major factor for those pondering an upgrade to SQL Server 2008 R2.
Apple sold more than 300,000 iPads on the day of its launch in the US, and new owners downloaded more than three applications and "almost a book" within hours of acquiring it.
MPs go to the Commons today for the second reading of the controversial Digital Economy Bill. The bill will allow websites to be blocked and internet users to be cut off for alleged online copyright infringements.
With the imminent UK launch of Apple's much-hyped iPad, Computer Weekly has identified five ways IT people could use it.
Thin client specialist Wyse Technology has released a version of its PocketCloud App for Apple's iPad, which allows users to connect to Windows 7 applications.
The threat of £50,000 fines for losing data becomes a reality today as the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) gets the powers to go after those businesses that are careless with customer and staff records.
MPs go to the Commons today for the second reading of the controversial Digital Economy Bill. Among other things, the bill will allow websites to be blocked and internet users to be cut off for alleged online copyright infringements.
From today, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) can serve a Monetary Penalty Notice with fines up to £500,000 for a serious data breach.
Last month saw the fastest growth in permanent jobs for almost 13 years, with IT workers most in demand.
Data breaches are fast becoming one of the biggest reasons that businesses could find themselves in court as the government tightens up data protection legislation....
As MPs start to debate the Digital Economy Bill and move to bring into law measures to prevent piracy Microsoft has revealed the widespread extent of user indifference to respecting intellectual property.
Session Initiation Protocol is generally held to be the dominant VoIP standard. Yet interoperability between different vendors' SIP systems remains a challenge because the standard is immature, say analysts from Yankee Group and Forrester Research.
The industry is calling for more clarification over the impact of the government's little-publicised Carbon Reduction Commitment cap-and-trade scheme, which came into effect on 1 April.
The MicroScope ACEs Golf Challenge in association with VADition and Fortinet has reached the quarter final stage. The final eight competitors have emerged after the original field of 76, which entered the competition last November, have been whittled down over a series of three rounds.
In a move aimed at exploiting the closer links between security and virtualisation Trend Micro has appointed Arrow Enterprise Computing Solutions to its UK distribution line-up.
Eaton is betting on more mid-sized data centres coming along, and their need for the same power management tools their larger cousins demand.
CA is showing the door to 1,000 employees as part of a cost-cutting and restructuring drive announced today. In a statement lodged with the SEC today, the IT management software vendor also revealed plans to consolidate some of its global facilities.
Microsoft has shipped the final technology preview of its new scale-out data warehousing software. The actual launch, however, has been pushed out.
Missing from the current EHR implementation debate is a practical discussion about which systems work and which don't, a National Center for Policy Analysis report says.
Learn about five emerging technology trends that can help boost the performance of business intelligence systems.
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The Tories will veto Clauses 1, 29 and 43 of the controversial Digital Economy Bill when it comes to a third reading in the House of Commons later today
The former president of IT services firm Fujitsu' intends to file a suit against the company unless its auditors act to resolve his claim that he was improperly...
All three parties have pushed technology-related issues up the agenda for 2010's General Election. Here's our round-up of the main policies…
Security researchers have discovered a complex ecosystem of cyber espionage which they claim systematically compromised computer networks in India, the Offices of the Dalai Lama, the United Nations and several other countries.
Internet service providers face a host of extra costs that could add up to £15m a year if provisions in the Digital Economy Bill become law.
The government's plan to increase competition in the banking sector is taking shape as Tesco, the Post Office and Virgin Money set themselves up to take...
Avaya and its in-house financial services outfit are trying to drum up some new business through a six-month extension of their 0% financing offer.
The University of Cambridge has launched a recruitment drive and website to find talented young computer scientists.
It says it is "stepping up its...
Microsoft is pitching its forthcoming release of Office 2010 as a way of introducing SMEs to the reality of cloud computing. Office 2010 is being released in June, but has already seen 7m beta downloads globally, with the option of parts of the suite being based on-premise or in the cloud.
With the iPad launch in the UK just weeks away the arrival of the product in the US has been undermined by technical problems with Wi-Fi signals. There is a mounting consensus among those that spend their time watching.
Opponents of Australia's proposed Internet filter will get nowhere with personal attacks on Stephen Conroy, writes Richard Chirgwin.
Banks must reduce their reliance on automation in credit risk management systems to enable them to manage an increased portfolio of small business customers,...
Shot down in 2008 in an attempt to link up with 3Com, Chinese networking vendor Huawei is now reportedly eyeing up Motorola's network business as the venerable US-based tech firm prepares to break up early next year.
Ever since the recession started the hunt has been on for green shoots but with the first quarter completed those quizzed by MicroScope paint a picture of continuing customer deliberations over purchasing but a return to spending.
EMC and NetApp are going at it harder than ever this week, as NetApp's Bycast acquisition draws fire. Over in the Twittersphere, meanwhile, there's more animosity,plus IBM possibly taking down a tweet that proclaimed a win over EMC.
Microsoft and Quest have banded together to help put development for SQL Server and Oracle databases under the same umbrella.
Hours after the House of Commons passed a law to prevent online music piracy, Nokia announced a free, DRM-free music download service in China - with the full cooperation of the music industry.
Just 236 out of more than 650 MPs turned up to pass the controversial Digital Economy Bill by a margin of 189 to 47.
Insurance intermediary BGL Group has outsourced the management of its contact centre for three years.
Sabio will take over support of the voice and...
NetApp has acquired image and video storage specialist Bycast in a move that reflects the growing importance of multimedia.
Guy Kewney, one of the key figures involved with establishing MicroScope magazine, and a major figure in the technology journalism world has sadly passed away.
By Ian Grant Internet service providers (ISPs) face a host of extra coststhat could add up to £15m a year when provisions in the DigitalEconomy Bill become law. This emerged from a consultation document published by theDepartment of Business, Innovation and Skills on how best tosplit
A civil disobedience campaign started minutes after MPs voted to approve the controversial Digital Economy Bill last night.
Fortinet has turned to Arc Technology in a move to increase its penetration into the enterprise market.
FinancialForce.com, which is part owned by Salesforce.com ,...
The Digital Economy Bill might have been passed through the House of Commons but the controversy surrounding the attempts by the government to prevent illegal file downloading is rumbling on.
In an interim management statement published today, application Software Company Misys has reported growth in both sales and profits, with its healthcare unit singled out for particular praise.
Hewlett-Packard is again on the hunt for someone to lead its PC business in the UK after it emerged current incumbent Gordon Ballantyne has quit to join Australian Telco Telstra.
Hosting provider Melbourne IT has achieved 25:1 deduplication ratios using Data Domain to backup virtual machines, but hopes those ratios will fall over time as it learns more about how dedupe works.
Oracle’s latest corporate performance management (CPM) release includes better integration with Excel to increase user adoption.
Major themes of the federal health IT strategic plan, which should be finished this fall, include meaningful use, data security, and patient education and engagement.
The Digital Economy Bill is now the Digital Economy Act 2010, following overnight Royal Assent after being rushed through parliament before the election.
A senior health official has told all London NHS chief executives that savings on the £12.7bn NHS IT programme mean that "it will no longer be possible to provide a comprehensive solution that was anticipated in 2003".
After years of struggling to tame open source VoIP, one Texas marketing company saw malfunctions melt away when it opted for a hosted VoIP service from a local service provider.
IT managers need complete visibility of physical and virtual assets for control over costs and licensing, writes Matt Fisher, director of FrontRange Solutions With organisations increasingly investing in virtualisation, asset management is no longer confined to physical machines and applications.
Peter Gershon, who has advised the government on efficiency savings in the past, has told the Conservative Party it could save between £2bn and £4bn by stopping any new major spend on IT.
Software houses were the big winners in Nesta's Open 100 competition to find global firms that excel at open innovation and exploit the power of mass collaboration.
Consumer ISP and Opal owner TalkTalk has vowed it will not surrender the details of any of its customers from digital rights holders and will refuse requests to disconnect copyright infringers, telling right shoulders "we'll see them in court".
Opinion is divided over whether or not the recession is over, but the outlook for 2010 is positive overall, writes Steve Moyes.
Juniper Networks has bought into the fixed and mobile video traffic game with the acquisition of new media infrastructure specialist Ankeena Networks for an undisclosed sum.
The BCS is writing to 50 disgruntled members to persuade them to withdraw their signatures from a motion calling for an EGM to discuss the institute's future.
Businesses that provide staff and visitors with internet access may face greater risk of legal action for copyright infringement following the passing into law of the Digital Economy Act, it has emerged.
Companies setting up banking operations are beginning to poach IT staff from the established retail banks.
The prospect of cuts to public sector IT programs if the Conservatives win the election has been revealed by one of the Tories key advisors.
EMC's global channel boss Willem Hendrickx has resigned and plans to exit the storage arena after more than eight years at the firm to hone in on another sector in the industry.
HP will build its desktop portfolio as part of an assault on the Electronic Point of Sale (EPOS) retail market and is profiling the channel for specialists. According to Paul Hunter, channel sales director for HP's personal systems group - who started a career in IT at EPOS specialist NCR - said it.
The UK and the rest of Europe are going to lag behind the rate of recovery in the IT market set to be enjoyed by the US and Asia Pacific regions.
SCC has beaten off rivals to renew a four year pan-public sector framework agreement with Buying Solutions. Previously HMRC were the contracting authority for Sprint ii but it has been passed across to Buying Solutions, the public sector's largest professional procurement agency.