Chancellor George Osborne announces partnership with Chinese industry to bring more than 16,000 jobs to Manchester
BT joins East London's TechHub encouraging startups to develop applications and services using superfast connectivity
The Indian government is trying to strengthen cyber security with the new cyber policy, but little is yet understood about how the ambitious proposals will be put in place
The mobile operator pays out £6.6bn for Germany's largest cable company
The Scottish government is piloting how Windows 8 could be used to improve citizen relationship
Car rental firm Hertz is using VMware to virtualise 4,000 PCs across its European operations
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has announced Kevin Cunnington as director general for digital transformation
D-Link has begun releasing security patches to close the backdoor discovered on some of its routers
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has launched a formal study into the supply of IT products and services to the public sector
The communications company will rebrand in time to launch its latest unified communications solution, code-named Project Ansible
The UK is an attractive location for IT services and BPO suppliers as these services mature beyond being used merely as a cost-cutting tool
The Dexter payment card skimming malware discovered last year has resurfaced in South Africa, resulting in millions of pounds lost to fraud
La Caixa is looking for ways to innovate in an increasingly competitive environment, and is turning to startups for new and niche technologies
In its first overhaul since World War II the government is consolidating six security bands to three with a system deemed more appropriate in the digital age.
The first high-growth UK companies have been chosen for the government’s Future Fifty fast-track programme.
Atos WorldGrid, filiale d'Atos, signe un contrat de 10 millions d'euros sur trois ans avec GrDF portant sur l'intégration des SI du projet de compteur à gaz intelligent, Gazpar.