An academic paper suggests the Gov.uk Verify system could be used as a spy network, but the Government Digital Service (GDS) insists this is not the case
Iceland is punching above its weight in IT and the technology sector is becoming a more important element of the country's economy
Pharmaceutical companies have developed an IT system to secure the supply of medicines they need for clinical studies, saving hundreds of thousands on their drugs bill in the process
As the 2015 Red Hat Summit takes place, attendees are dealing with the fact that container-based systems have changed the game for app performance.
Red Hat joins other vendors to support the Open Container Project, not a surprise.
A survey of European and North American IT professionals has found that the return of the Start button is the most enticing feature in Microsoft's latest operating system
NetApp boosts its SSD array portfolio with the addition of AFF All-Flash FAS 8000 series storage arrays built on Data ONTAP, but still no sign of FlashRay general availability
IBM and Box have forged a global partnership to integrate their existing products and services, and develop new ones for secure collaboration
Cabinet Office minister Matthew Hancock says the move to digital government is a “chance to build a new state” in a speech outlining his priorities
Figures reveal increase in lifetime cost since changes to the plan made to 'reset' the troubled welfare reform programme
Facebook has a legal obligation to provide information about a user who posted a revenge porn video on the site, a Dutch court has ruled
DNB in Norway has taken inspiration from Danske Bank in Denmark when creating its latest payment app.
OpenShift not only revolutionizes PaaS platforms, it embraces DevOps by creating tools and advancing technologies that simplify operations professionals' lives.
The winners have been announced for the Computer Weekly European User Awards 2015. See who made the top spots