Apple has published a statement on its website acknowledging a High Court ruling that Samsung did not infringe design patents in the UK
Data analytics has the potential to help businesses make dramatic returns by managing their workforce more effectively
When considering asset management, firms should select a system to manage both software licences and virtual machine lifecycle
Our regular look back at the most popular ICT channel news stories from the past week
With a virtual infrastructure, finding a harmonious balance between cost-saving and safety is a vital task
An independent IT expert goes over his favorite features in Windows Server 2012 and explains how they will make life easier for IT pros.
Cyber security at the US government’s largest renewable power transmission agency is failing, says Energy Department inspector
Millions of Social Security numbers and thousands of credit and debit cards were exposed after an attacker penetrated a state agency server.
The biannual Deloitte-NASCIO survey revealed what state CISOs believe are the top barriers in addressing cybersecurity.
Software security vendor, Clearswift, has continued with the strengthening of its management team with the appointment of Dr Guy Bunker as senior vice president of products
A global report says that organisations across the world need to fundamentally change their attitude to security if they are to successfully meet the challenges posed by new technologies and threats
Back-office service providers are failing to meet customer needs with 70% of suppliers claiming projects are not being managed properly
The BSA/Software Alliance has warned acquisitive companies to perform thorough due diligence on their targets’ software estates after catching out another unlicensed user
Safety specialist First Choice Facilities has been fined £18,000 for unlicensed software following completion of an acquisition
With IntelliSnap Recovery Manager, CommVault makes its array-based snapshot technology available without its full Simpana backup application.
Fujitsu has announced a partnership with Violin Memory to incorporate the Silicon Valley firm’s solid state drives (SSDs) into its storage arrays
Establishing clear rules of engagement, improving public/private sector security collaboration among priorities ahead, former cybersecurity Czar said.
EMC cites poor global economic conditions for not reaching its sales goals for the third quarter and lowers sales expectations for the fourth.
The demand for skilled health IT workers remains high despite initiatives to boost health IT training.
A recent TechTarget survey finds backup, disaster recovery and data archiving among the most popular cloud data storage services.
With ClearPass, Aruba Networks provides unified access management across wired, wireless and VPNs with centralized policy control for BYOD management.
Crafting an IT hiring strategy has rarely been easy. Today, CIOs are facing a confluence of three pressures that make the job even harder.
UK datacentres are not prepared for the changes that big data will bring, a study of 125 senior IT decision makers revealed
Apple has announced the departure of two high profile executives in the firm's biggest management shakeup since co-founder Steve Jobs stepped down as chief executive.
SMEs suffer more from malware than larger organisations, but their security procedures are inferior, says security firm, Kaspersky Lab
Microsoft unveils Windows Phone 8, its latest operating system (OS) for smartphones it hopes will take share from Google Android and Apple
EE has launched the UK’s first superfast 4G broadband services for consumers and businesses in 11 cities
Most UK website users are allowing third-party advertising cookies, according to a study on the effect of the cookie law from TRUSTe
Apple Retail head John Browett has been handed his marching orders after barely six months in command as part of a major boardroom reshuffle
Teradata addresses the issue of combining unstructured, semi-structured and traditional row-and-column data warehousing in a single architecture.
X-IO launches the 740, a Hyper ISE hybrid flash storage array with SSD capacity of 3.2TB to target high IOPS in VDI, OLTP and BI use cases
Trend Micro says giving customers the ‘perception of control’ over their data is key for trust and adoption of cloud computing
An EE survey of the business benefits of 4G LTE shows improved mobile working and innovation the main advantages of the superfast broadband
Avnet Technology Solutions has shuffled the deck in the wake of its acquisition of Magirus, handing the role of EMEA services veep to the firm’s eponymous COO Christian Magirus
Specialist managed services provider Nexus Management Plc is to reverse into virtualisation, network and support services specialist Enables for a consideration of £4.25m
Riverbed's OpNet acquisition deepens its network performance management capabilities and also boosts application management capabilities of ADCs.
The competition for engineers in Silicon Valley is so fierce that Virtual Instruments is opening an office in London’s Tech City to find new talent
IT security budgets are not being used to provide defence technologies in some areas most likely to be targeted by hackers, a study shows
The majority of UK businesses are breaching PCI security standards by unwittingly storing customer credit card details, and could be at risk of substantial fines
IT performance company Riverbed Technology has bought OPNET Technologies in a deal estimated to be worth $1 billion in equity and $921 million in enterprise value
Ingram Micro has confirmed that its UK managing director Matt Sanderson is stepping down from the role in January 2013 to take up the post of VP and MD at the broadliner’s Australian outpost
Dido Harding, the CEO of TalkTalk, has called for regulatory intervention into the superfast broadband market to encourage greater competition
The BCS and RAEng have made available a draft of a new ICT curriculum for key stages one to four
The big thinkers of health care believe genomic analysis will personalize care but present reality is not so clear.
McCloud chooses Amplidata object storage with 15 nines data protection for scalability instead of HP Ibrix and NetApp clustered NAS
Microsoft added enterprise features to Windows Storage Server 2012, but experts say it's unlikely to result in enterprise demand for the OEM product.
Hackers share attack techniques and vulnerability information, shedding light on what threats matter most, according to a new study.
Internet Security Alliance President Larry Clinton sees little hope that Congress would act on legislation aimed at bolstering cybersecurity lapses.
The move to 'lighter is better' is not just a Java trend. A drive to simplify underlies changes to Microsoft's flagship development framework as well.
The long hyped technology jargon, Big Data, will be a Rs 9,510.09 crore business in Asia Pacific excluding Japan, according to IDC. Read the full report.
Huawei has admitted to working closely with government security arm GCHQ as part of review into security practices
SAN testing supplier Virtual Instruments plans to add AIX and Hyper-V virtual server environments to its capabilities
Only 6% of UK citizens think government has made a clear and compelling argument for the Draft Data Communications Bill
Crowdsourced funding website Kickstarter, which lists projects that are seeking financial backing, has expanded to cover the UK.
Cisco, Juniper and Brocade have had to embrace software defined networking or risk their hold on the market, says Emulex’s Sean Walsh
UK digital skills must improve to make most of the economic benefits of superfast broadband, said communications minister Ed Vaizey
Viruses targeting virtual machines (VMs) are growing in numbers and will soon be the dominant force in the world of cyber crime, says Kaspersky
Capgemini raises 2012 apprentice intake as more school leavers look for alternatives to university
Software Asset Management solutions specialist Business Continuity Services (BCS) is to take to the road with a series of SAM events, and is on the hunt for reseller partners
Top threats in latest Microsoft Security Intelligence Report linked to social engineering, underlining need for security awareness
Brent Borough Council replaces BlackBerry and deploys MobileIron to securely manage almost 3,000 iPads and iPhones
The Forum of Private Business has given a tentative thumbs up to the recommendations for growth made by former deputy PM Lord Hestletine, but has raised questions over some aspects of the new report
The government has put all new IT frameworks on hold, as part of its review into the efficacy of framework agreements for SMEs.
Converged networking vendor Emulex is launching a number of channel promotions to bolster sales of its datacentre and cloud infrastructure performance-boosting kit
SAN storage vendor, Dot Hill Systems, is attempting to drive the adoption of its AssuredSAN storage products by launching try-and-buy and trade-in programmes
The government is to test the feasibility of moving to a single enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform across Whitehall
Southwark Council is upgrading all the IT that supports the delivery of council services, through a deal with Capita
Unified communications specialist ShoreTel has published its latest quarterlies and revealed that while its sales continue to grow at a steady lick, its balance sheet is still clouded by GAAP net losses
A majority of human resource departments fall behind in customer experience efforts by not engaging employees, a study found.
The widespread notion that public cloud security isn't good enough for the enterprise is unfounded, Deloitte director Chris Weitz says in this Q&A.
Cisco SBC technology leads SBC market, more enterprises are choosing SBC technology from their UC vendor for greater interoperability and lower costs.
Viruses targeting virtual machines (VM) are growing in numbers and will soon be the dominant force in the world of cyber crime, says Kaspersky
E-Patient Dave: Plenty of IT tools promise improved patient engagement, but doctors still have some heavy lifting if they want to accomplish it.
Some say that Microsoft is late in delivering tools for corporate and third-party developers that will produce apps for its recent avalanche of new products. Are they too late?
Virtual desktop vendor Pano Logic unexpectedly went out of business, leaving users wondering what to do next.
Russia introduces law ostensibly aimed at sites with images of child abuse and other illegal material, but it has raised fears of censorship
EMC's Velocity Service Provider program is now open to resellers offering cloud storage services, as well as cloud providers.
Troubled electricals and IT retailer Comet is to be placed into administrationwith around 6,000 jobs at risk across the UK
The government has launched the long-awaited results of its open standards consultation
Xerox is restructuring its European services business which will see senior staff and sales people let go as the company shies away from growth.
Amazon has introduced the second generation of its EC2 computing on-demand infrastructure as a service platform
EMC has refurbished its cloud-centric Velocity Service Provider Programme, announcing a new scheme that will enable VARs to make the leap up from its Solution Provider community
SANSSpace released to the UK to enable language students to continue learning outside of the classroom
Xerox has launched a new line of reusable cartridges designed to work with OEM desktop laser printers from its rivals
Traditional service providers are enticed by growing cloud opportunity, and are turning to established cloud providers for help entering the market.
Resell giant Insight has taken a knock at its European operation after redundancy payments and restructuring costs ate into its operating profit during the third quarter
Cloud computing and mobile-device use have changed how businesses create information. Can they also help develop new data governance best practices?
IWave Storage Automator is now available as a virtual appliance, automating installation of the storage automation application.
Risk and compliance knowledge provider ISACA issues an exposure draft of IS audit standards; seeks feedback from Indian technology professionals.
BT’s sales have fallen, despite being ahead of schedule with its broadband roll-out, with Global Services and Retail performing the worst
Security and WAN optimisation specialist Blue Coat has embarked on a recruitment drive to ramp up a greater push across EMEA
X2 Computing, a provider of bespoke mobile computing technologies, has appointed David Cull as pre-sales technical consultant from Box Technologies
Liv Garfield, head of BT’s Openreach division, defends BT’s dealings with the £40m bid to roll out superfast broadband across rural Cumbria
Apple is forced to redraft the statement on its website regarding its patent case against Samsung after a judge deems it ‘non-compliant’
HP's StoreVirtual (previously LeftHand) SAN and StoreEasy NAS lines have been introduced, with FC connectivity and Windows Storage Server 2012.
Updated: Two data center hosting companies make their home in one building in Manhattan, which flooded Sunday.
Software security expert Gary McGraw explains that the U.S. should build proactive defense capabilities rather than pour billions into cyberweapons.
The new social collaboration platform combines SAP SuccessFactors Jam and SAP StreamWork, but is more tightly integrated with SAP enterprise software.
Managing information, providing strong access controls and setting up appropriate data destruction policies are a challenge, experts say.
Managing information, providing strong access controls and setting up appropriate data destruction policies are a challenge, experts say.
Enterprises can disrupt cybercriminals and deter future attacks, explains Dmitri Alperovitch, CTO of CrowdStrike Inc. The approach has its critics.
How has portal technology changed in the past five or six years? You might think the big change is with the API, and the support portlet applications have for new scripting languages and AJAX support. But Liferay's Richard Sezov has a different perspective. Richard's opinion? He thinks it's all about the evolution of the tooling.
The IT failure that struck Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) in June will cost more than expected as customers are paid an extra £50m compensation
Endsleigh Insurance Services chose nearshore application development resources when it was stretched during the busiest time of the year
iOS platform gets an update to 6.0.1 to fix security and stability problems. WebKit holes and kernel faults list among Apple’s list of patched bugs.
With the help of geospatial data and visualization techniques, government can make decisions for constituents that are smarter and have more impact.
Microsoft added a new user interface and integrated Skype and Yammer in an update of its Dynamics CRM software.
Integrator SCC has been sharing more details of its proposed investment plan in the wake of its sale of its distribution arm, SDG, to Tech Data, which has now closed
Arrow Electronics has reported a 19% drop in its Q3 results, citing a fall in demand for electronic components and higher restructuring charges
Partners sell SDN technology through a channel partner program that offers necessary skills to play in the SDN market, but not without challenges.
After being forced to cut rates for users in Europe, the mobile operator increases roaming charges for outside the EU
Mobile BI has started to cascade down in organisations over the past year says Adrian Simpson, chief innovation officer, SAP UK
Telemedicine services may enable time-strapped docs to do more with fewer resources, but questions remain about how to use systems effectively.
Rackspace's Cloud Block Storage requires the compute, storage and apps to reside in a data center and delivers higher performance than object storage.
Fierce competition in the IaaS market is good news for customers. Case in point: Amazon's latest 20% price cut on EC2 instances.
Sonnet this week announced USB 3.0 compatibility of its xMac mini Server, and Apricorn last week released its Velocity Solo X2 SSD upgrade product.