Lloyds Banking Group websites, including the new standalone TSB, have been hit by problems on TSB launch day
The mayor of London submits a plan to the Home Office proposing a “London Visa” to attract businesses to the capital.
Hackers are focusing on vulnerabilities in PHP web application development platform, threatening most websites, warns Imperva
Birmingham, Coventry, Leicester, Nottingham and Sheffield will all get Vodafone’s 4G services from the end of September
Barclays' reception administration system has been down for almost two days, with no sign of when it is set to get fixed
Almost £480bn of the UK government’s revenues are dependent on legacy IT systems that “could present a very significant risk”
£200m of IT work on the troubled Universal Credit programme could be written off, says government project management chief Norma Wood
Quantum’s StorNext big data tiered architecture operating software gets a boost to five billion files and a claimed 10x performance jump via multi-threaded CPU ops
New high street bank TSB might struggle to compete as a result of its reliance on the IT systems of Lloyds Banking Group, says OFT
Resellers can now offer HP services that are designed to ease customers' data sanitization, retention and recovery efforts.
A défaut d'un grand bond en avant, la Commission propose aux opérateurs et aux utilisateurs un grand pas en avant pour les télécoms européens. Au programme, fin du roaming, uniformisation des contrats, convergence des cadres réglementaires et neutralité du net. Pas un mot en revanche sur un service universel du haut ou très haut débit.
A survey of business and IT leaders has found that paper-based processes are creating inefficiencies
After five years in charge, Vodafone veteran Guy Laurence is leaving his role to head up Canadian firm Rogers Communications and will be replaced by Jeroen Hoencamp