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'I don't let them demo on Mac or PC anymore' - CAA CIO explains his 'mobile first' mindset

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Creative Artists Agency's Michael Keithley explains how freedom of device choice is enabling agents to provide a better service to celebrity clients
06 May 2014

Samsung to pay Apple $119.6m in latest patent battle

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South Korean firm infringed on two of Apple's patents, jury finds
06 May 2014

BBC: Involve all staff in cyber security education

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BBC’s head of information security explains that all security incidents are an opportunity to learn and improve, and that communication with stakeholders is paramount
02 May 2014

BBC: “Incident response isn’t a paper you put on the shelf and just grab when someone starts screaming”

David Jones, head of information security at the BBC, explains how incident response works at the broadcaster, and stresses that organisations must move away from a blame culture when it comes to security breaches
01 May 2014

BYOD: businesses embracing Apple iPhone, shunning BlackBerry

Computing research reveals the iPhone is the most favoured device for business use, while organisations are most likely to avoid BlackBerry
24 Apr 2014

Apple reports £6.1bn profits, but announces stock buybacks as iPad underperforms

More iPhones sold than expected, but company slump continues
24 Apr 2014

Apple looking to hire e-currency experts, eyes 'serious' move into mobile payments

Reports suggest iPhone and iPad maker wants to move into mobile payments business.
22 Apr 2014

Apple acquires UK speech-recognition firm Novauris

Siri could be launched on in-car navigation or entertainment systems with help of NovaSearch
07 Apr 2014

Google changes iOS 7 privacy settings on the quiet

Announcement that Apple iOS 7 users will now be logged into all Google services, allowing tracking across apps and devices, hidden in blog
04 Apr 2014

Big Data Summit 2014: Youth social media oversharing “a real challenge” for workplace data privacy

Solicitor Robert Bond tells Computing's Big Data Summit 2014 about a time a work placement girl almost revealed a confidential deal to Facebook
27 Mar 2014

Apple opens first store in Brazil – with world’s highest priced iPhone on sale

Latin America's first store will stock £700 16GB iPhone 5s
17 Feb 2014

H4cked off: Welcome to the real world, Apple

The last 15 years at Apple have been nothing short of sensational, from the launch of the iPod music player to the popularity of the iPad. But what will happen to the company if the blockbuster products dry up?
03 Feb 2014

Enterprise mobility – which platform should you choose?

Who is winning the race for dominance of the increasingly cut-throat mobile market? Can Windows Phone catch up? Is BlackBerry dead? What about Xiaomi? Stuart Sumner investigates
31 Jan 2014

BBC technology chief John Linwood sacked over failed £100m IT project

Linwood did not receive a pay-off after his £287,000-a-year contract was terminated
27 Jan 2014

Bye bye BlackBerry, it's software not hardware that will secure mobility, says Good CEO

Christy Wyatt tells Computing why she believes a focus on securing the device rather than the data on it is the wrong approach
27 Jan 2014

Samsung quarterly profits drop for first time in two years

Apple's iPhone 5S and 5C launches may have had an impact on smartphone sales
24 Jan 2014

How Rocco Forte Hotels accommodates mobile needs of staff and guests

Rocco Forte Hotels group IT director Emmanuel Clave tells Danny Palmer how mobile devices and mobile solutions are improving day-to-day activities for both staff and guests
16 Jan 2014

Google acquires Nest Labs for $3.2bn

Thermostat and smoke alarm maker was founded by two former Apple execs
14 Jan 2014

Motorola fails yet again in Apple iPhone patent case

US appeals court says that Apple did not infringe wireless delivery of data patent
13 Jan 2014

Samsung S5 could come armed with Iris eye-scanning technology

New smartphone will come paired with an upgraded Galaxy Gear smartwatch, Samsung confirms
09 Jan 2014

Apple App Store sales top $10bn in 2013

iPhone and iPad users spent over $1bn in December alone
08 Jan 2014

Interview: Raising IT's profile at Skanska

Computing speaks to Steve Capper, director of IT at construction giant Skanska, about re-energising a stale IT environment
09 Dec 2013

Is CYOD the future?

In this video of a recent Computing IT Leaders' Forum, a panel of experts from the public, private and third sectors discuss their approach to CYOD
06 Dec 2013

UK iPhone 5S sales three times that of iPhone 5C - but both fall well short of Android

Apple gets small sales boost, but still lags way behind Android in Europe while Microsoft is catching up
02 Dec 2013