Car manufacturer invests £5.5m in a 41-mile ‘living laboratory’ to test and develop connected and autonomous vehicle technology
Malaysia is testing out a traffic management system in the town of Cyberjaya, which is a test bed for smart city innovation
Nordic energy company will use outsourcing agreement as a platform to modernise its IT environment
January’s attack on HSBC is typical for the financial sector, but no business should consider itself unlikely to be targeted in this way, say security experts
In a departure from typical vendor relations scenarios, Atrion, a consulting and managed services firm, is asking vendors to certify themselves in a reciprocal loyalty program.
Panellists at Tomorrow’s Tech Leaders Today conference claim women don’t need a technical background to build a career in the technology industry
Password management appears to be gaining momentum, as Dell launches an offering the company said is designed for the IT channel, with security partners a particular focus.
The NHS London Procurement Partnership plans clinical digital information systems framework tender to support the "paperless by 2020" agenda
Panzura builds a new console that centralizes maintenance for its controllers and Global File System. The Google Maps-based monitoring and reporting tool manages cloud storage.
Almost half of young people think the technology sector is more suitable for men
Public Accounts Committee report slates lack of transparency around Universal Credit and calls for specific plans for the roll out of the digital service to be made public
Browser will warn of any embedded content such as ads that pretend to act like, and look and feel like, a trusted entity
Insurance group takes on infrastructure as a service from Indian supplier Wipro in a bid to consolidate its European IT
Software developers at fintech companies and banks are to be given access to Visa’s technology