Openreach CEO Joe Garner is returning to the financial services sector after two years at the helm
Higher education organisations in developed Asean countries are investing heavily in software and services as their IT use matures
Recent file sync and share channel moves include Accenture's Box alliance, Dropbox's expanded partner network, and eFolder's product debut at IT Nation 2015; other IT channel news.
DataDirect Networks upgrades core HPC storage arrays to create SFA14K, and adds hyper-converged SFA14KE plus all-flash IME14K front end to smooth I/O bottlenecks
Galway Clinic plans a big-bang launch of its Meditech electronic medical record system, which includes a patient portal and mobile app
Deutsche Bank is expanding its long-established relationship with IT services supplier HCL Technologies as it forges on with its digital transformation
A lack of digital skills is one of the main reasons so many startups in the UK are failing, study shows
George Soros is investing in an IT company that delivers services to global companies from Ukraine
An email from Post Office IT support reveals a problem with the Horizon system and supporting processes that could lead to accounting errors
The IoT services boom is on, says Gartner. What does that mean for CIOs? Also in Searchlight: Four indicted in last year's JP Morgan hack; Google's self-driving car pulled over.
BBC data scientist and Coca Cola CTO question if the datacentre is the right place to store, process and analyse IoT data
Whitehall IT chiefs talk about the progress they have made with abiding by the central government cloud-first mandate
Government organisations are prime targets for cyber attacks, leading to increased importance on robust information security, according to a report by Intel Security and the Digital Government Security Forum
Fujitsu’s UK and Ireland CEO Regina Moran argues for promoting science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) subjects and careers in the mainstream media
Latest 451 Research cloud pricing report suggests buyers could get a better deal, if they're prepared to shop around
This week, analysts explore best cases for packet capture appliance use, network automation and "worst practices" in network security.
Midokura released a new version of Midokura Enterprise MidoNet at the OpenStack summit in Tokyo, with support for OpenStack Liberty, Ubuntu OpenStack and containers.
Subpostmasters who believe they have been wrongly punished for misaccounting or theft due to flawed computer system prepare group legal action against Post Office
Weakening security with the aim of advancing security simply does not make sense, a coalition of top tech firms tells US president Barack Obama
With less than two weeks left until HMRC’s deadline for transferring 250 Capgemini staff in-house, talks aren’t going as well as hoped, says the Public and Commercial Services Union
IT development head at Danish medical products and services company plays core role in major change to how the company engages with its customers
The UK and Estonian governments are launching a TechLink programme to share best practice and innovations
Updates to the Oracle Marketing Cloud aim to give marketers and salespeople more mobile customer engagement options, as well as testing capabilities for marketing content.
Companies need to be agile because in some IoT systems, it will be a question of the winner taking it all, according to Kent Eriksson, IoT business consultant at PTC
Aerohive has unveiled an API platform that delivers wireless network data to business application developers.
To hire Java developers, Seattle software architect Rob Terpilowski has to compete against local heavyweights like Amazon.
News roundup: Rights groups join critics of Safe Harbor framework update, OPM breach testimony pushback, FBI hiring part of cybersecurity issue for Justice Department. Plus: recycled malware, Microsoft's security push.
This week, bloggers explore the role of IT service management in SDN automation, Juniper's disaggregation of Junos software and complications of modern networks.