A third of UK CIOs are more concerned with EU regulation, such as the data protection directive, than their own local laws, a study has revealed.
Big data and analytics companies predict increased adoption in the UK. MapR, Cloudera, ParAccel and Pentaho sketch out the adoption curve
While their early approach to hybrid HTML5/Java Android mobile apps may have had a few hiccups, Java developers can still learn from it.
IT departments spend 30% of their time carrying out basic tasks and are growing frustrated with the lack of time available to focus on transformational work
The Ghost Shell group, an offshoot of the Anonymous hacking collective has published the log-in details from 1.6 million accounts
IDC’s annual Digital Universe study finds data set to expand to 40 Zettabytes by 2020. Emerging markets and machine-generated data will account for increasing proportions of it.
Apptio has launched Cloud Express, a free tool that allows enterprises to track the utilisation rate and costs of AWS, Azure and Rackspace public clouds
Government IT reformers have criticised plans to give procurement chief Bill Crothers a more prominent role in the IT leadership team
Despite a late start, new Dell support services and client devices could help Dell make a splash in the consumerization era.
Liam Maxwell becomes the first Whitehall CTO, in the latest stage of a major shake-up of the government IT leadership organisation
Global accountancy firm Mazars has outsourced the management of access to Oracle and Sharepoint applications for 6000 global staff
Isle of Man secondary school student James Allen designs and launches his Save Gloop app, now available on iTunes for download