Capita wins the £110m contract for the Scottish Wide Area Network project, while BT continues to seek damages for losing out
A new survey by the European Commission shows 94% of citizens limit their mobile use when in another state to save on roaming charges, meaning mobile operators could be missing out on big revenues
Removing Microsoft admin rights from employees mitigates 92% of critical vulnerabilities reported in 2013
US clampdowns on Indian IT firms bringing staff to its shores is forcing Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) to increase local hires
Sophos is rolling out a major revamp to its partner program, with four tiers, higher incentives, deal registration, lead generation and training.
A majority of businesses reported they bypass corporate IT departments to deploy cloud services; what are IT pros to do?
Essex County Council has partnered with Fujitsu as part of a £16.6m deal to transform its corporate systems estate
IT contractors saw a year-on-year pay increase of up to 13%, according to Robert Walters Salary Survey 2014
Employees mobile devices expose companies to malicious applications and attacks, according to the latest mobile threat report from Webroot
Organizations in India will increase their spending of public cloud services by almost 30% in 2014 and is predicted to be worth $1.3bn by 2017
Mobile operator Vodafone apologises to customers on Twitter but refuses to give an estimate of when services will return to normal
An encryption service has been announced by the Cabinet Office which will enable public sector staff to share information at the IL3 security level over the Public Services Network (PSN)