A "valid appeal" has reportedly been raised in response to Galway County Council's decision to grant conditional planning permission for Apple's Irish datacentre build
Clinicians at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH) view patients’ pathology results and track them with an app
Nationwide Building Society is using artificial intelligence to help it reduce the complexity of its back-end systems as it introduces more digital products
European Court of Justice confirms judgement on the future of the US Safe Harbour Agreement will be made public on 6 October
The probability of a vulnerability being exploited hits 90% between 40-60 days after discovery, but many firms are taking up to 60 days beyond that to patch, while others are failing to patch at all, a study shows
New system under trial in south London has been migrated to an IaaS platform ready for further roll-out
British businesses don't always meet their best customers or the people they do most business with, because of trends in modern technology
HP agrees to resell the Pica8 network operating system on the Altoline SDN switch.
The board of Hewlett-Packard (HP) knew about Autonomy’s failings – yet voted the $11.1bn acquisition through regardless, internal memos have revealed
Accenture will open a European technology hub in Dublin that will recruit 200 people and focus on modern technologies
A pocket-sized pollution monitor is one of the first applications to use free energy from Wi-Fi and mobile phone signals
RootMetrics report reveals a comprehensive analysis of mobile network quality in central London, with EE and Vodafone the top performers
The information security industry is calling for medical device manufacturers to design and build cyber security into all internet-enabled devices after thousands are found to be hackable
In this week's blogs round-up, an analyst predicts that SDN/NFV will see decisive changes in 2016, while a blogger says open source SDN projects are gaining steam.
California Public Utilities Commission was stuck at about 80% server virtualization before adding all-flash SolidFire storage to remove latency problems.
Finalists of the John Lewis JLab accelerator explain what experience they have gained on the programme
UK healthcare insurer AXA PPP gives clients access to online GP appointments from anywhere in the world
Hackers have accessed the personal details of an unknown number of David Jones online customers, but the retailer says payment details and passwords are not affected
Changes to legislation mean IT suppliers can no longer switch off services when a customer in financial trouble is unable to pay
Cisco is preparing to open up ACI, the company's SDN framework, to nonpartner products that provide Layer 4-7 network services.
Outsourcing contracts worth billions of pounds come up for renewal over the next few years – but unprecedented industry change complicates the CIO's decision