UK users of Android smartphones have been targeted by premium-rate phone scams masquerading as popular apps such as Angry Birds
Security researchers have discovered a cyber espionage weapon, dubbed 'Flame', with a functionality greater than any other known threat
Lukas Oberhuber is CTO at Simply Business, where he is making IT at the insurance company more agile to meet business demands
Epic Systems Corp. says 'yes' to running its EHR system on Intel x86 servers. The move might make implementing Epic attractive to smaller hospitals.
A feature of BT's routers called Fon gives away a percentage of bandwidth from home-based Wi-Fi to passers-by, often without user consent.
Businesses admit difficulties in controlling data quality when reporting financial results as finance executives complain of stress as a result
Distiller William Grant & Sons opens a UK datacentre to consolidate its global ERP operation
An IT skills shortage in the UK is affecting businesses, driving 70% of organisations to invest in training while 40% plan to hire skills
Kensington and Chelsea turn down the offer of fibre broadband to keep its ‘historic streetscapes’ intact
The former boss of the UK's MI5 security service has caused a security scare by losing her laptop at Heathrow.
Microsoft has lowered the price hike planned for July, but businesses still face paying up to 25% more for their software.