Yahoo says the situation is under control after its advertising network served up malware to thousands of visitors last week
Samsung has launched a connected home ecosystem at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas
NHS England expands patient data collection from hospitals to include general practice, raising data protection questions
Gartner’s latest forecast for global IT spending this year indicates that enterprise software resellers are going to be cashing in during 2014
Avnet Services has been appointed an education centre by virtualisation specialist Veeam
Analyst Gartner has cut its forecast for datacentre systems spending growth in 2014.
Business confidence is strong going into 2014 as firms start to feel more confident about their prospects
The cloud’s most obvious benefits will enable banks to keep up with technology changes while reducing costs
Stuart Pringle, Simon Robinson and Robert Wyllie have won over £2,000 of training and a place in the semi-final of the current UK Cyber Security Challenge
The internet giant teams up with Audi, GM, Honda, Hyundai and Nvidia in a bid to introduce its mobile operating system into cars
HP, Accenture, IBM and BT will have 'significantly less' involvement in the digital system developed for full roll-out of the benefits scheme
Consumers are gravitating towards wearable devices like smart watches to complement their digital lifestyle, a new study from Accenture has found
Accenture has indicated that there is a strong interest from consumers in wearable technology including watches and glasses
In the latest in a raft of new hires by BlackBerry CEO John Chen, the company appoints Ron Louks as its head of devices and emerging solutions
German magazine Der Spiegel has reported routers and firewalls from top vendors have NSA backdoor hacks. Network engineers must take action.
VMware has replaced CTO Scott Davis with a promising engineer who may help the company succeed in the end-user computing space.
CIO says replacing Oracle system with the GigaSpaces in-memory database grid in the cloud enables real-time analytics and agile product development.
Samsung Electronics has announced it expects profits to fall in the fourth quarter of 2013
Chief operating officer Dixon Doll leaves the beleaguered flash array maker as share price dips towards $3 and company faces shareholder class action after disastrous IPO
Chris Hipwell, the founding editor of Computer Weekly, the world’s first IT magazine, has died after a short illness
Samsung has issued fourth quarter guidance that indicates its profits have dropped year-on-year
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announces the end of the line for iconic security brand McAfee at CES Las Vegas
File-sharing site The Pirate Bay plans to take a second censorship-avoiding browser
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Intel has unveiled a computer the size of an SD memory card to power next-generation wearable devices such as a baby onesie
Google’s mobile operating system will be in the hands of one billion users before the year is out, according to new figures from Gartner
London-based mobile security vendor Becrypt has signed its first American distributor as it looks for significant growth overseas
Gartner’s latest device shipment forecast points to another bad year ahead for traditional PCs as device market growth is again driven by tablets and mobiles
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Intel has announced that, as it introduces new security products, it will replace the McAfee brand with that of 'Intel Security'
Apple has managed to break revenue records for its App Store with consumers downloading more than 3m apps in December alone
Education and Childcare Minister believes computing curriculum part of ambitious plans for UK to become world-leader in education.
Comstor resellers to get access to CA Technologies’ IT monitoring software after expanding US relationship into Europe
On the heels of FireEye's purchase of Mandiant, Palo Alto Networks has announced the acquisition of stealth startup Morta Security.
Following his departure from BT, prominent security expert Bruce Schneier will assume CTO position at Boston startup Co3.
Payment consultant Vizant Technologies found that cloud backup performance varies from one service provider to the next before choosing DataProtect.
Oracle shops may get a break on licensing costs, as well as an alternative to Amazon's Oracle RDS, with Verizon's forthcoming DBaaS, sources say.
Department for Work and Pensions to spend £90m enhancing heavily criticised Universal Credit IT system – much of which will be thrown away
Microsoft is getting closer to unveiling the successor to Steve Ballmer
Yahoo has revealed what it plans to do with technology acquired from UK teenage developer Nick D'Aloiso
Apple has called for the removal of antitrust compliance monitor Michael Bromwich, accusing him of personal bias against the company
Former European business development boss takes charge of UK and Ireland sales and marketing efforts
Tech Data and migration specialist Cloud Migrator offer channel services to help customers move away from on-premise email deployments
The Bank of America bragged to US police about gathering data on Occupy Wall Street protesters during a demonstration
The withdrawal of the Government Digital Service (GDS) from work on Universal Credit is one of the major risks for the troubled project over the next 12 months
Those channel firms that opt not to engage with customers on social media could be facing accusations of bad service
Big data, ecommerce, mobile and IT security roles see 4% salary increase for 2014 according to UK survey
TechTarget's latest Cloud Pulse survey shows business needs trump cost savings for cloud use. IT leaders and analysts say it's about time.
SME networking vendor ZyXEL signals 2014 agenda with recruitment of e92plus to drive its security sales
In his CES keynote speech the head of Sony has talked up the cloud's role in its future
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Tim Banting, principal analyst for Current Analysis, weighs in on what collaboration technology trends enterprises can expect in 2014.
Indian consumers are enthusiastic about the use of smart digital technology to collect and share lifestyle information, according to global research from Accenture
Avnet Technology Solutions has made changes to its management team and appointed a new boss to run the UK
Citing that sandboxing can't catch every advanced persistent threat, Palo Alto Networks acquires stealth startup Morta Security.
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Citrix got in on the Mac game with a new client virtualization offering that delivers Windows virtual desktops to Macs – even if they’re offline.
Some malware distributed by Yahoo’s ad servers in the first week of the year, turned victims’ PCs into bitcoin miners
The government has announced it is on track to save £500m of taxpayer’s money by improving IT efficiency and tackling IT waste
Facebook is to acquire Indian startup Little Eye Labs in a deal reportedly worth between $10m and $15m
IBM is building a $1bn cognitive computing business unit to monetise its 'Watson' supercomputer programme
Canon has rolled out a couple of apps and multifunction printers designed to provide resellers with more cloud options to give to SME customers
First major channel acquisition of 2014 sees hosted desktop specialist Intercept IT absorbed into business comms services provider Alternative Networks in a £12.95m deal
Arrow Electronics is establishing an alliance to establish an ecosystem to provide greater depth in the training its offers on behalf of IBM
A senior Bank of England official said UK bank IT systems a very long way from being robust, while giving evidence at Westminster Committee
Network integrator establishes dedicated unit to bolster its integrated mobile offering, and hires O2 and BT exec Richard White to run it
Survey suggests UK companies are more comfortable with the cloud than their Continental counterparts
The UK’s first all-electric bus route launches in Milton Keynes, relying on wireless charging to keep the vehicles moving
DWP is already struggling to recruit IT staff with the digital skills it needs – not just for Universal Credit but also other IT projects
The US National Institute of Standards and Technology has paid $16,500 for a booth at the protest-hit RSA Conference 2014, it has emerged
Former CFO Goulden appointed CEO of EMC’s giant storage-focussed information infrastructure division. EMC now has three divisional CEOs ahead of chairman Tucci’s 2015 retirement
The mobile manufacturer’s largest shareholder ploughs another $250m into the firm, buying up more of its debts and giving BlackBerry some extra cash to play with.
The European Commission has proposed an extension to the deadline for European countries to be compliant with the Single European Payments Area (Sepa) of six months in a final warning to laggards
A new deal with U.S. government MDM partner DMI has analysts thinking Samsung's enterprise offerings could get a needed jolt in the New Year.
McAfee analysts said ransomware and social attacks are network security threats that will demand attention in 2014.
A contact center infrastructure provider secures a patent, and other news from the CRM market.
The bosses of Apple and Samsung could sit down to try to talk out their differences over patent claims in a matter of weeks
Software from Atlantis Computing and others use RAM to boost VDI performance. Now IT shops have one more option, and it undercuts the others on cost.
As the PC and mobile worlds meld, Intel plans to support devices that run both Windows and Android at once, which could have a complex effect on IT.
Cloud providers must strike a balance between giving customers the free cloud services they expect while staying profitable.
This week, a survey shows the NSA scandal has made businesses wary of storing data in the U.S., and Boston ditches Microsoft for Google Apps.
IBM’s X6 is a radically different architecture for Intel-based servers designed to boost performance and reliability, sources say. Will it propel its xSeries higher into the clouds?
The European parliament’s civil liberties committee has called for an end to the collection of personal data by UK and US intelligence agencies
Sales of non-food goods online grew 19.2% in December compared to the previous year
LinkedIn has filed a lawsuit aimed at identifying hackers who by-passed security measures to copy member data
Fourth quarter PC shipment figures from IDC and Gartner indicate that although still declining there is perhaps light at the end of the tunnel for the market
Figures from Regent Partners showed that the growth in M&A activity in the last quarter has got back to levels last enjoyed in 2006
A quarter of UK businesses are moving their data out of the States following the NSA and Prism scandal
A revised five year forecast for the UK datacentre market produced by Tariff Consultancy Ltd predicts steady growth and the emergence of ‘premium’ facilities
Network-based security is the top security initiative for European companies in 2014, research shows
L'opérateur du tunnel sous la manche a signé un accord avec Vodafone et EE pour une couverture complète du tunnel en 3G et 4G. Jusqu'alors, seul le trajet France-Angleterre était couvert par les trois opérateurs mobiles français.
PC shipments have seen their steepest decline in the history of the PC market, according to analysts at Gartner
Headset specialist Plantronics will spread its wings in 2014, targeting more software developers to expand the market and potential use cases for its products
Business consultant Larry Schulze outlines key performance indicators for IT solution providers, including optimal cost and profitability percentages.
More than 1,100 employees at the Department for Work and Pensions have received official warnings since 2008 for prying into benefits records
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Rob Conway passes away after battling an aggressive form of cancer
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Executive Editor Eric B. Parizo explains why the 2014 RSA Conference boycott, like the MLB Hall of Fame voting, is driven by a crisis of conscience.
Updated details on the Target breach show a much greater scope than originally announced, and reveal its Q4 finances were hurt by related charges.
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