Asean countries will work more closely together on the region’s latest plan for increasing the use and benefits of IT
BT has announced CIO Clive Selley will take charge of the organisation's Openreach infrastructure division
The information commissioner (ICO) reiterates his call for stronger sentences for data theft after a court fined a woman just £1,000 for selling 28,000 customer records
A Qualcomm Wi-Fi chipset scheduled for release this year will power 802.11ad products designed for the wireless office.
Citrix Systems kicked off Citrix Summit 2016, which will highlight channel partner growth, profitability, predictable engagement and a sharper focus on the midmarket.
Technological development and changing model for offshore business services and IT could threaten India’s dominance
Tariff Consulting's latest report tracks industry impact of public cloud price cuts, and reveals service range -- not cost -- is what matters
Police have made one arrest and gathered evidence in searches of properties in an international operation aimed at cyber extortion gang DD4BC
IT service providers are recruiting personnel, as demands for endpoint management and other managed services increase, according to an Autotask survey.
Human rights court says it is not unreasonable for employers to want to verify that staff are completing their professional tasks during working hours
An audit report has called on the US nuclear agency to revise its IT contracts to ensure better cyber security
Windows 10 help PC sales in Europe, but tablets and the strong US dollar make a negative impact
NHS England seeks chief information and technology officer to take over from director for patients and information Tim Kelsey, who left late last year
Gaming firm Valve upgrades its network infrastructure with Level 3 to support the growth of its social entertainment and gaming platform Steam
Coffee shops and libraries could be the target of interception warrants, Theresa May tells MPs and peers
Trade union fears that the expansion of IT outsourcing at BA is a risk to security and will see UK jobs disappear
This week, bloggers explore enterprise network architecture challenges, the increasing danger of exploit kits and how best to oversee private cloud management.
The National Holocaust Centre and Museum (NHCM) turns to public cloud provider Datacentred to help preserve stories of World War II survivors
Cisco has launched a cloud security broker that finds, monitors and analyzes employee use of online services.
This week, a patch becomes available for Juniper firewalls, analysts parse IT employment statistics for 2015 and Aruba deploys 802.11ac for the U.S. Army.
Acquisition of mobile network operator is expected to conclude at the end of January after Competition and Markets Authority gives go-ahead
Finnair is on a digital transformation journey and the airline’s CIO is changing the IT department as it progresses
Despite growth in Intel's key datacentre and IoT businesses, investors remain concerned by falls in its core PC chip business amid market declines
German premium car maker picks Oberthur Technologies to supply secure, embedded SIMs for Mercedes-Benz vehicles
Cisco led in six of seven key tech infrastructure markets last year, while Hewlett Packard Enterprise gained strength in several of the sectors, a research firm reported.