EDF blames a system upgrade for failing to handle customer complaints to standard, but says it will resolve the issue by the end of the year
Royal Bank of Scotland has developed a private cloud to support its application development process, using Amazon best practices
Malcolm Whitehouse, programme director for the government's £2.2bn Universal Credit project, has stepped down
BMC's MyIT app aims to bridge the gap between traditional ITSM tools and today's empowered, mobile end users.
Apple has been ordered to pay $368m in damages to VirnetX after a court ruled it had infringed on two of the software firm’s patents
PC maker Lenovo resists the downward spiral of the desktop market with a 13% increase in Q2 profits of $162m (£101m)
Capgemini has lowered pricing in its consulting and local professional services businesses, according to its latest quarter results.
The British Airways network infrastructure is being emulated at its new testing centre using ITrinegy
US energy giant Chevron has revealed that it was hit by the Stuxnet virus in 2010
Twitter has apologised after telling members their accounts had been hacked and forcing them to reset their passwords
DataDirect Networks (DDN) makes a play for clustered NAS customers with big data needs on its journey from HPC to scale-out supplier