Swift is building an underground datacentre to make it possible to fully process European bank transactions in Europe
The government has launched the first of a planned series of mutuals which take public services and split the ownership between government, staff and private sector.
Many UK corporate networks are vulnerable to advanced persistent threats (APTs), a survey has revealed.
The Open Data Center Alliance, a group of 12 major IT users, is collaborating with industry on big data architectures
The government’s G-Cloud programme and CloudStore cost £4.93m to set up, Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude said in response to a parliamentary question.
Recruitment services company Alexander Mann Solutions is harnessing cloud computing and expanding nearshore IT services to support a one-man internal IT department.
Big data offers big opportunities, but governance challenges and skills shortages could pose big problems.
The US is planning legislation that will protect Facebook passwords from prying employers
The top European court's ruling on copyright is good news for innovation, say lawyers
Two-thirds of UK citizens already use the internet to interact with government, according to Accenture research.
MasterCard has certified HTC, Intel, LG, Nokia, RIM, Samsung and Sony mobiles to use its near field communications (NFC) payment system
Just days after SOCA shut down carder sites, the agency was the victim of a DDoS attack, leading SOCA to takes its website offline.
Microsoft said it plans to address flaws in Windows, Office, Silverlight and the .NET Framework.
A public/private cyber security initiative exposed a campaign of malicious emails targeting UK defence companies, Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude has revealed.
London is to test an operating system developed to support the smart cities of the future to keep buildings, traffic and services running smoothly.