The Royal Bank of Scotland will dedicate £80m of its massive IT budget to eliminate problems caused by its mainframe infrastructure
The IT supporting the London 2012 Olympics was hit by cyber attacks every day during the Games, says London 2012 CIO Gerry Pennell
Over 100 women gather at Cisco's offices for the everywoman In Technology Leadership Academy to hear what makes a successful leader
Gavin Walker, CIO of NATS, talks about how a vendor-neutral approach is key to successful IT, and why huge outsourcing contracts are the enemy
O2 and Bauer Media have launched GoThinkBig, a work experience scheme, which is backed by David Cameron
Argos is to cut up to 75 stores in a move to reposition itself from a catalogue-led business to a digital retailer
Large public sector contracts buoy IT services company Atos Origin, which has reported double-digit growth in the UK for its third quarter
Stoke City Council has breached the Data Protection Act, for the second time in two years, after details of a child protection legal case were emailed to the wrong person.
The government is to announce suppliers – including PayPal, BT and the Post Office – to provide identity assurance (IDA) for online public services
Cloud HR proved pivotal to insurance group Direct Line separating from the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) before it launched on the stock market
South Korean electronics company Samsung records a 91% rise in profits as smartphone sales and display shipments rocket
The Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) and charity Crimestoppers is using online self-reporting platform Facewatch, designed to reduce low-level crime.