Google’s head of education explains why the use of technology in classrooms is critical and how Google’s education technology is sparking collaboration between teachers
Some Spotify users are unhappy about new privacy policies that allow access to users’ photos, video, mobile device location, voice controls and contacts
Xirrus plans to release in October an 802.11ac Wave 2 access point. The device is expected to fill a niche in the wireless market.
The cream of UK cyber security talent selected from 24,000 candidates are set to begin eight weeks of intensive training in the first-ever intake at the Sans UK Cyber Academy
IPsoft founder talks about the artificial intelligence platform that could be an example of IT developments that, he says, might transform the future of the human race
When the Swedish government introduced competition to the pharmaceuticals sector in 2009, the former monopoly faced a major IT transformation
The Intel-led $100 million investment in Mirantis is expected to help ease the pain of OpenStack integration with corporate networks.
Supply chain data security risk is pervasive, but being unable to deal with it is down to basic failings, says a cyber risk expert
Kellogg Brown and Root has won the contract to supply Lot 1 of the Emergency Services Mobile Communications Programme
Until manufacturers stop using default passwords, we will continue to see opportunistic attacks on home and small business routers, says Rapid7's Tod Beardsley
HP introduced two Altoline open switches that increase the company's portfolio of alternatives to Cisco's proprietary hardware.
On-call scheduling software gets criticized in workers' rights debate, but top employment lawyer says the software helps manage costs.
With the split two months away, HP Enterprise needs to ensure its hardware, software and services groups work and play better together.
Police arrest six UK teenagers on suspicion of using a DDoS attack tool targeting a national newspaper, a school and online gaming companies and retailers
News roundup: As Internet of Things concerns become an enterprise reality, one vendor is quick to offer IoT services to combat the risks. Plus: 1% of users create 75% of the risk; Target pays up; Apple devices improperly secured in the enterprise.
Dell has authorized Ingram Micro and SYNNEX as Dell Federal distributors, marking a shift to the vendor's approach to the Federal marketplace; plus, more channel news.