Sports retailer to adopt online software to identify best job candidates after its use led to double-digit rise in team performance in US stores
Ofcom opens a new consultation on the delayed auction of ex-MoD radio spectrum for mobile broadband, but hopes to bar BT-EE from bidding for parts of it, citing competition concerns
Whenever the media covers a failed Dutch government IT project, the question is always asked whether the government should have a ministry of IT
Supporters fear for activist Lauri Love if his extradition to face hacking charges to the US goes ahead
Customer identity and access management has benefits for consumers and service providers alike, but is key to digital transformation, says KuppingerCole
Viptela's SD-WAN meets CA Technologies' network performance management in a new partnership; VeloCloud adds voice quality monitoring to SD-WAN services; and AT&T and Colt test SDN interoperability.
Federal officials have cleared Arista's newer switches for importation to the U.S. after trade officials found older Arista products in violation of three Cisco patents.
Middle East bank Emirates NBD is piloting artificial intelligence to automate customer services
Insurance company launches app that offers quick and easy insurance cover for individual items owned by customers
Nationwide Building Society is bringing a bank branch back to Glastonbury to try out new technology on customers
CBRE’s third-quarter datacentre market tracker highlights soaring demand for colocation capacity in Frankfurt and London, as cloud providers court European enterprises
At least one in four Wi-Fi hotspots are open to attack, a study by Kaspersky Lab reveals