Scottish IT and digital businesses are struggling to fill job vacancies with over half recruiting from outside Scotland, according to ScotlandIS
Google is another step closer to action by privacy regulators across Europe for failing to change the way it manages user data
Anonymous hacktivist collective has threatened North Korea with cyber war if leader Kim Jong-un does not resign and install free democracy
Pentagon inspector general finds smartphones and tablets the US Army buys are not configured to protect sensitive data and allow remote wipe
The iPad is used in enterprises today but will it ever be a true corporate device or just one that IT departments create workarounds to support?
Online payment card verification firm 192business uses tokenisation to speed up its processes and protect credit card details from fraud
Healthcare provider BMI Healthcare is evaluating mobile device management to give consultants flexible access to patient records
The British Library is to archive 4.8 million UK websites and one billion web pages, following statutory changes to copyright legislation