Browser company Opera opts for slick internal IT as it competes with Apple and Google for skilled technologists
The operational savings of deploying FTTP broadband are soon to overtake the capex costs associated with deployment, says Point Topic
Amazon’s brand is being damaged by "false, misleading and inauthentic" reviews – paid for by sellers – to lure buyers, the organisation says in a lawsuit
Dow Jones says there is no information to support reports that it was the target of hackers seeking information for insider trading
BT Openreach is using a software platform from Infosys that draws data from several sources to improve support for its engineers and customers
An HMRC ruling on reclaiming tax on cloud services could drive up the use of off-premise technologies in the public sector
Google ups ante in ongoing war to dethrone Microsoft as the enterprise's preferred provider of cloud-based productivity tools
CityFibre offers businesses free connections to replace government’s connection voucher scheme
Dell executives told Dell PartnerDirect Summit 2015 attendees to expect channel investments in reference architectures, enablement and education.
Ultrafast altnet Gigaclear marks a major milestone in its network roll-out and claims a higher take-up rate for its FTTP product than BT is seeing on the Openreach FTTC network
Information security professionals need to grow their skills, engage with the business, increase security awareness, set business goals and tailor their messages, says a panel of experts
Nationwide has outsourced its IT infrastructure to Capgemini for the next five years to bring it up to date for the digital age
James Arbuthnot takes his seat in the House of Lords and continues campaign for subpostmasters who claim to have been wronged by faulty Horizon IT system
MySQL 5.7 has been released with next-generation hardware in mind, offering greater interoperability with Oracle and NoSQL database technologies
Fiskars CIO Frans Westerlund tells Computer Weekly about the challenges faced by IT when a business instigates a major strategic transformation
A TechUK report calls for collaboration between police and industry to raise standards of reporting, recording and responding to cyber crime
Agilisys to manage Kent County Council's digital services and customer contact in a six-year contract
Commvault will drop the Simpana name from the end of 2015 as it opens up to third-party data and attempts to bridge the gap between backup and replication
A new breed of tech buyer is demanding application delivery controllers geared toward mobile and cloud development.
The Cabinet Office invited IT professionals and young people to a Job Hack event with the aim of using open government datasets to help more young people into work
TalkTalk has warned customers their personal data may have been compromised in the second cyber attack on the firm in 2015, with some data left unencrypted
Deutsche Bahn claims to be the first company in Germany to use virtual reality as a recruitment tool
Microsoft is set to grow its cloud business to $20bn thanks to the growth of platform as a service and, in particular, Azure Active Directory
In this week's blogs: The Dell merger with EMC is making some customers worried; a new packet capture appliance wins praise.
In this news roundup, Lagrange adds app support to CloudMaestro ADC; analysts assess converged infrastructure spending and FireEye, F5 team up.
Research by data visualisation supplier Tableau suggests British retailers could do better with analytics as Black Friday looms
What makes a good MSP salesperson? How should you compensate sales staff? Execs tackled these and other MSP sales-related questions at MSPWorld this week; plus, more channel news.