ARM chip designers Stephen Furber and Sophie Wilson will be honoured at the Economist Innovation awards on 3 December 2013
Security player Accumuli has moved to improve its position in the big data market after acquiring Bracknell-based Eqalis
With millions being spent online today as users start to buy Christmas presents Ovum finds that the majority of clicks will be coming from a mouse connected to a desktop
HP CEO's vision for 3D printers, Riverbed chucks revenue targets, and Exclusive Networks CARMS things down a bit. Check out some of the bigger stories from the past week
Fujitsu bosses on the offensive, Microsoft parts ways with Avnet TS, and Acer CEO not functioning as intended. Catch up with the biggest IT channel news stories from November 2013
Ipswich Building Society was part of a group of companies that had to find new IT service provider following a decision by the incumbent supplier to exit the business
Secure file-sharing and document collaboration services provider Box revealed as latest addition to distie’s TDCloud services portfolio
Nine out of 10 benefit claimants in a pilot project for Universal Credit submitted their claims online, according to a government survey
Managed services provider Claranet has recruited 2e2's former IT director
European Commission reports NTT-owned Dimension Data is planning to acquire NextiraOne’s IT services businesses in Europe
As organizations are moving towards cloud computing, sysadmins are losing their relevance in software development.
Through a $370 million deal to buy DDoS mitigation provider Prolexic, Akamai aims to assemble a more complete set of enterprise security services.
IT problems at the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) stopped customers making online and card payments on the busiest shopping day of the year
After helping out as acting managing director over the last 16 months Nigel Lomas has been made full time boss at Shift F7
Toshiba buys OCZ’s SSD client, enterprise and software assets out of Chapter 11, boosting its own NAND flash memory business
Long-serving HP employee Stuart Bladen takes over the post of lead for its UK public sector business.
Microsoft has made sweeping changes to its volume licensing structure as it looks to take the complexity out of the process
Chinese telecoms firm Huawei boosts investment in the UK, promising £10m funding for universities' technology projects
Business comms and network provider Daisy Group has seen its revenues slide and operating losses widen, but insists its underlying performance remains strong
TechTarget survey finds 97.3% of large organisations plan to expand their deployments in 2014, with consolidation the main driver
SAP holds roundtable at UCL to discuss closing the skills gap
Pan-European telematics firm Masternaut builds active-active datacentres on hybrid flash arrays with automated tiered storage from Dell Compellent to cope with a 5x growth in data
Accumuli's decision to buy Signify in June has already helped swell half year numbers
HTC has until Friday to appeal a UK court decision for Nokia that could stop it selling its flagship HTC One smartphone in the UK
Chess has made its twelfth buy of the year with Microsoft gold partner The CRM Business
Westcon parent Datatec names Dolph Westerbos as CEO, replacing the outgoing Dean Douglas
With worldwide shipments of PCs now expected to decline by 10.1% the latest market analysis from IDC makes grim reading for hardware players
At the RSNA annual meeting, speakers explain why EHRs are the weakest link in advanced RIS-based workflow integrations.
As the mobile firm releases a BlackBerry Enterprise Service update, CEO John Chen promises to return to a corporate focus
New 12 Gbps SAS technology will usher in SSDs, HDDs and HBAs according to the SCSI Trade Association president.
A humbled Microsoft has realized that Windows isn't part of many mobile enterprise strategies and had to make changes in how it tackles that market.
With the announcement of Infor SyteLine 9.00 users can expect more deployment and customization options.
A Pew Research Center study indicated chronic care patients use self-monitoring and social media to shape their care.
DaaS is no longer the red-headed stepchild of VDI; with VMware and Amazon offering cloud desktops and fostering acceptance, DaaS could gain steam in 2014.
Over three-quarters of chief financial officers plan to increase technology investments in 2014
Prime minister David Cameron has called on China to be more open about cyber security
The UK’s number one retailer Tesco has seen a further decline in its sales figures, blaming the economic climate
UK’s biggest insurance firms will invest £25bn into infrastructure projects including broadband roll-out and railway networks
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger defends decision to publish stories on documents leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden
Dell has launched a competition offering two UK startup entrepreneurs free office space, technology solutions, mentorship and networking opportunities
A London council was hours away from being disconnected from the public sector network, in an row between central and local government over security compliance
Sage continues to transform its business to become more cloud based with its subscription base increasing by three fold in the last fiscal year
A further 10 towns and cities will go live today, with the mobile operator promising 19 more will get the faster mobile connectivity by Christmas
Staffs-based PC supplier Stone Group insists education remains a “core growth market” as it puts together a rescue package for customers left in limbo by RM’s decision to exit the sector
AMD has noted a growth in the local system builder market as more players fill a gap in meeting demand for build to order desktops
Oslo University builds academic cloud for research data scalable to exabytes with HDS disk, Spectra Logic tape and QStar archive
EMEA server sales have fallen to a 15 year low, according to the latest market statistics from Gartner
Unite has slammed HP plans to reduce its UK headcount by 1,100 in the first quarter of next year
Researchers demonstrate proof-of-concept malware exfiltrating data using high-frequency transmissions inaudible to humans
HP is set to axe 1100 jobs as part of its plans to lower operations costs, in a bid to improve profits.
Server revenue is at its lowest level in 15 years, Gartner’s worldwide server shipments market share report
Distribution hotshot heads vendor-side to run freshly-rebranded enterprise comms outfit Unify
The last of the UK’s major mobile operators to join the race, Three confirms it has started to roll-out its 4G network and will cover 98% of the population by the end of 2015
Tarmin adds platform support and performance enhancements to its GridBank object storage for data analytics and discovery.
Computer Weekly announces the top ten people who have the potential to shape the future of the UK technology industry
Radiology departments have morphed from profit centers in the fee-for-service world to ACO cost centers. Could business intelligence bring them back?
A new DaaS offering grants Amazon admittance into the VDI market; will Amazon WorkSpaces challenge existing DaaS providers?
Riverbed integrates Cascade performance management with Steelhead WAN optimization line for increased visibility from any point on the network.
IT priorities and budgets have shifted toward software, cloud and automation to get the most from data centers in 2014.
The NSA tracks nearly 5 billion mobile phone records a day, according to the latest documents revealed by whistleblower Edward Snowden
Security researchers have discovered more than two million stolen passwords for Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo, LinkedIn and other online services
Wi-Fi connectivity specialist iPass has recruited more partners to help it reach out to more enterprise customers
Gartner predicts Indian banks will increase IT spending next year by almost 10% as the Indian government awards more banking licenses
Social media team at Microsoft partner community PartnerPulse turn out the lights, citing lack of investment, engagement
A court action brought in the UK will test Microsoft's legal right to disclose private data on UK citizens to US intelligence services
Google has revealed it has acquired seven robotics companies in the past six months, sparking speculation about what it plans to develop
The secretary for work and pensions has admitted the Universal Credit benefit scheme will miss its 2017 deadline
Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies are outsourcing ERP and duty management systems to Capgemini in a seven-year deal worth £3.75m
Virtualisation specialist Veeam has seen the number of resellers signed up to its cloud programme double in 2013
Automated critical business application management enables a more agile business and enhances security, says security policy management firm AlgoSec
A recent study by HP found that 9 in 10 iPhone apps have potential vulnerabilities.
Organised by software as a service firm owner, IoD runs recruitment events to support paratroopers in transition to civilian job roles
ThreatTrack Security, maker of Vipre antivirus software, is recruiting partners that can handle enterprise installations of more than 2,000 endpoints.
As healthcare IT spending in India is set to increase 7% next year CIOs must focus on the front end to ensure they get value from back-end modernization and meet the government’s goals to improve accessibility to health services
The head of telecommunications policy at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport claims the need for transparency in the BDUK roll-out is more important than BT’s commercial interests, but admits government needs to do better in pushing for more details to be released
The government has begun the process to select open standards for documents
At the 2013 CSA Congress, executives from Microsoft and AWS made the case for why cloud provider security is superior to traditional IT security.
Supporting young businesses and fixing the skills gap was a recurring theme during today’s Autumn Statement in the House of Commons
Business-friendly measures in chancellor George Osborne’s Autumn Statement have been welcomed by many
UK business are dragging their feet when it comes to migrating from the aging Windows XP operating system, according to research carried out by virtualisation giant VMware
Cloud provider to take on 10 apprentices in large-scale cloud and virtualised computing environments
Datacentre operator Infinity SDC is partnering with Zayo Group, a bandwidth infrastructure provider, to gain high-capacity connectivity for a new datacentre in Slough
Centrix Software is aiming to leverage the opportunities arising from the move to Microsoft Office 365 with analytics software designed to make the transition easier
A practitioner at the 2013 CSA Congress says enterprises must plan for a cloud incident because providers often fail to detail their responsibilities.
BCS launches computer science teaching project with further £1m injection to prepare teachers for the new curriculum
Health data security and regulation of mHealth apps will take center stage at the mHealth Summit, highlighted by the FDA commissioner's keynote.
This week, Akamai announced its plan to acquire Prolexic to help customers mitigate DDoS attacks, while Google's public IaaS exits beta.
A new website built by Troy Hunt enables possible data breach victims to discover compromised accounts from several high-profile breaches.
The Government Digital Service ends direct involvement in the development of the “enhanced IT” for the Universal Credit sheme
On the heels of an impassioned letter from its new CEO, BlackBerry tells everyone who'll listen that it's still the go-to for EMM with a BES 10 update.
Silver Peak targets firms with hybrid networks and with features that automatically determine better-performing links through which to send traffic.
Systems integrators bring customization expertise to the UCaaS market, which could help make UCaaS more attractive to larger businesses.
Microsoft, the FBI and Europol's European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) have disrupted ZeroAccess, one of the world’s largest botnets
Microsoft has announced it is to take measures to increase the security of customer data to protect against government snooping
Analytics specialists at NCC and Borland highlight sluggish site performance, pointing to upgrade and services opportunities around load testing and website management for the channel
George Osborne exempts datacentre operators from blanket carbon taxes in exchange for climate change agreements
EE's superfast mobile network goes live in Silicon Roundabout, bringing speeds of up to 300Mbps to the Tech City digital hub
Cloud and software unified comms vendor Mitel makes major long-term debt repayment following solid quarter
Over a quarter of the job growth in London comes from the technology and digital sector, according to Tech City Investment Organisation
Cisco’s innovation centre in London has been officially opened by Prime Minister David Cameron this morning on the third anniversary of Tech City.
As business demands and rogue users introduce cloud computing security risks into many enterprises, infosec pros understand they must be enablers.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has yet to complete an investigation into a massive IT failure at the Royal Bank of Scotland last year
Despite early signs of economic recovery IT professionals remain gloomy about the immediate outlook, with many feeling that the economy remains in recession
useMango, a provider of testing tools for software development and implementations, has announced its first distribution deal with Azlan
The year is almost over, so it's time to look back and reflect on what mattered to the CRM industry in 2013 -- and look ahead to the future.
Greater Anglia rail company will roll out a taxi booking app in 2014 developed by fleet management software provider TDispatch and powered by Google Maps
Waterbury Hospital in Connecticut needed diverse backup support, so it chose PHD Virtual because it offered support for virtual machines and tape.
New archive, backup and consolidation solution deals are now included in HDS' accelerator program for TrueNorth Partners; plus more news.
The Platform as a Service market could heat up next year, but what is PaaS, exactly? And will it eventually be subsumed under other cloud categories?
2013 saw manufacturing IT innovation, from mobile computing and 3-D printing and same-day shipping.
2013 was a big year for SDN, and no other group had more to say about the new technology than SDN bloggers. We rounded up ten SDN blogs worth reading.