Hundreds of flights at several UK airports were delayed or cancelled at the weekend because of a computer failure at National Air Traffic Services (NATS)
54.8% of Indian CIOs will increase their cloud computing budgets in 2014, with software as a service (SaaS) the most common
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is scrapping £40.1m of IT work on Universal Credit, and a further £91m will be written off over five years
The London Borough of Islington is using technology to ensure its staff are as productive as possible travelling along a ‘smart working journey’
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Cyber criminals are planning to produce new forms of ransomware on an unprecedented scale, according to IT security firm Sophos
Thirteen people have pleaded guilty to taking part in DDoS attacks on eBay’s Paypal, organised by the Anonymous hacker group in 2010
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has failed to achieve value for money during the development of the Universal Credit IT system.
The top 100 paid Android apps and 56% of the top 100 paid Apple iOS apps have been hacked, research has revealed
The government is seeking a deputy chief technology officer who will report to CTO Liam Maxwell
Expert Pete Adams explains how overprovisioning is one of two mistakes IT pros make when running an infrastructure in the cloud.
Cosmetics giant Avon has halted its multi-year SAP rollout due to a poor return on investment.
With more than double the average number of complaints, EE – previously Orange Broadband – has been named the most complained about broadband provider by Ofcom for the fifth consecutive quarter