Apple patched a critical iOS SSL flaw Friday that allows attackers to manipulate SSL/TLS data. The flaw exists in OS X too and has yet to be fixed.
Acer claims that although its new handset offers dual SIM capabilities for the business user, mobile operators will stop the feature coming to market to protect revenues
VMware CEO, Pat Gelsinger, has been in London to launch vCloud Hybrid Service in the UK, which will drive a shift away from on-premise VMs
NatWest Business Banking selected Microsoft Dynamics CRM when it realised it needed full CRM capability
Organizations require Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) to be much more than just a technical expert but also possess business skills in today’s growing technology driven Indian market
Microsoft says it is determined to solve the problem of ineffective authentication that relies on usernames and passwords
One third of all UK online sales were made using a mobile device in the last quarter of 2013
MasterCard and Syniverse have launched a number of mobile and payment services for mobile users to use while travelling abroad
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) outlines plans to cut costs and improve customer services, slashing the number of IT systems in the process
A new Cloud Foundry foundation provokes debate about the fate of OpenStack-based PaaS efforts.
Liverpool City Council is to cancel a £70m-a-year IT joint venture deal with BT and bring services back in-house
Information and communications companies in the UK are suffering a rising number of insolvencies
At RSA Conference 2014, HP's Art Gilliland says enterprise security strategy must shift toward smarter spending based on security threat research.