Read the top women in business technology stories for the year and see what the hottest debates surrounding gender were for 2013.
Mobile and online shopping increased this Boxing Day, according to IBM’s Digital Analytics Benchmark.
A Russian hacker infiltrated a BBC server and attempted to sell access to the system to other hackers, report suggests
Robberies at British banks have fallen by over 90% in two decades, according to a report by the British Bankers’ Association
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust (UHS) has upgraded its wireless infrastructure to enable staff to become more efficient by having a great choice of mobile devices across the hospital.
Financial media company TheStreet picked SoftNAS for a scale-out file system to make a virtual private cloud work on Amazon Web Services.
A week after Alan Turing was granted a royal pardon, a group of contemporary British IT luminaries has been recognised in the New Year’s Honours list
The London Stock Exchange has seen its sixth year of growth, including the strongest year for technology IPOs since 2007
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For the datacentre manager, here are 10 New Year's resolutions that may come in useful for putting in place a technology platform for 2014
AMD predicts PC resurgence, Microsoft launches cloud partner network, and HP unveils 2014 hardware ranges. Catch up on the biggest channel news stories from December 2013
HP is cutting 5,000 more staff globally than expected as part of its restructuring plans
The New Year's Honours List has recognised some of the talents of people working in the digital economy arena
Mobile technology is changing how Indian government and businesses operate but the regulatory environment must change if the country is to reach its potential
One DaaS supporter sounds off on unfair Microsoft Windows licensing rules for cloud service providers and the cloud desktop industry in 2014.
Tablet sales in India in the third quarter of 2013 increased by 9% compared to the same period 12 months ago
In the New Year, enterprises will want to encrypt all the data they send to the cloud and across the WAN, and network virtualization will be a focus.
In its 10K filing with the SEC (US Securities and Exchange Commission) HP revealed that it needs to eliminate an additional 15% of its workforce.
Node4 has discovered that although more confident about the year ahead a number of SMEs are worried their existing IT infrastructure won't support growth
A recent hack into Snapchat, the social media platform for photo sharing, has users thinking twice about giving personal information to these services.
Rich Costello, UC analyst for IDC, weighs in on what enterprises can expect from the business video-conferencing market in 2014.
The improving economy will lead to organisations spending more on software and IT services according to analyst Forrester.
Facebook is facing a lawsuit that claims it scans the contents of private messages to profile the user’s online activity
Snapchat is to release an updated version of its app after hackers downloaded usernames and phone numbers for 4.6 million accounts
FireEye has picked up its technology partner Mandiant in a move designed to give it greater real-time security response options
MRAM, a likely successor to flash storage, takes a step toward easier manufacture and longer life with new structures theorised by scientists in Singapore
Security firm FireEye has bought Mandiant in a deal worth just over $1bn
With the CES show in Las Vegas just days away it's already possible to predict the major themes of the massive consumer electronics event
Delivery firm City Link is reducing the time it takes for its contact center to handle customer requests through integrating Cisco technology with interactive software
Cisco's SDN-flavored ACI and Facebook's Open Compute initiative were two of the eight most popular stories from SearchNetworking last year.
With the Citrix Summit 2014 partner event a few weeks away, Citrix is prepping to bring its sales team and its partners together; plus, more news.
Cloud and mobile devices are two of the areas that will require more security investment in the year ahead according to some in the industry
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