Car manufacturing group Fiat and Chrysler have contracted IBM to integrate their separate IT infrastructures into a single global operation, following the companies coming together after Chrysler applied for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
A US Judge has ordered Microsoft to give the District Court access to the contents of one of its customer’s emails stored on a server located in Dublin
The agility, cost savings and faster response times that public cloud services offer can provide financial services enterprises with huge business opportunities: AWS VP
Following the completion of Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia’s handset business earlier this week, Nokia has appointed Rajeev Suri as president and CEO of Nokia
Oracle has released a beta versdion of Solaris 11.2. But does Solaris and the Sparc server platform have a future?
Increase in the number of IT insolvencies expected as the economy improves
Security and management are the top IT priorities for mobile devices. Mobile backups tag along for the ride.
The BBC has taken its iPlayer video-on-demand service to the cloud and cut media processing time from 9-10 hours to 20-30 minutes
The Government Digital Service (GDS) is in talks with CESG, the IT security arm of GCHQ, to get approval for using Google Apps within government.
Richard Branson backs IT entrepreneurs' plan to grow Ukraine’s economy during and after the nation's showdown with pro-Russian forces
A report into the £1.5bn losses at Co-operative Bank reveals numerous failures in a project to replace core banking systems
The UK’s telecommunications infrastructure is being used as part of a global defence network the US government uses for drone operations
City University London will this year begin its first post-graduate courses in data science and cybersecurity.
The smart grid and smart meters are part of the wider industrial internet, which will offer insight into people’s life at home. What are the security implications?