A European MP has resigned after thousands of people in Poland protested against the international anti-counterfeiting trade agreement (ACTA)
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has imposed its highest penalty yet of £140,000 on Midlothian Council for breaching personal data
Oracle and SAP have been singled out as having the most inconsistent prices for ERP systems across government departments.
Businesses running Microsoft Office 365 can now access Exchange Online on their BlackBerry smartphones.
A website has been launched that will monitor the performance of specialist cloud computing suppliers and compare them against traditional IT suppliers.
For Owens Corning CIO David Johns, a shared services model is key to a low-cost, high-value IT and business services delivery strategy.
Cisco has unveiled details of the product line consolidation it hopes will turn around the company after its struggles with poor financial performance.
Boris Johnson says people should go to the pub to avoid massive rush-hour delays during the Olympics, but perhaps teleworking would be better for business
St. Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust has signed a £1.3m deal with EMC as part of its five-year plan to overhaul its storage infrastructure.
Nick Gaines, formerly CIO at Volkswagen UK, has left the car firm to join Ultra Electronics Nuclear Control Systems.
Microsoft has spurred Browsium to rewrite its tool for running IE6 on Windows 7, limiting the security threat posed by continued use of IE6.