FireEye claims Russian hackers are using Twitter to steal data in almost 'undetectable' attacks
30 Jul 2015
Email has had more than its share of critics over the years, but if it's so bad, why is it still a core application for just about every business? Stuart Sumner explores the pros and cons and asks if email is set to be replaced in the near future
02 Jul 2015
Status update: Cheerio Yahoo, I've found a new job at Facebook
25 Jun 2015
New unit aims to weaken ISIS social media recruitment channels
22 Jun 2015
Social media firm wants machine learning expertise to help better organise Tweets
18 Jun 2015
What sort of boss does the flagging microblogging site need next?
12 Jun 2015
Documents detailing government desire to monitor social media come less than a week after Snowden slammed GCHQ for secretly trying to pass snooping legislation
08 Jun 2015
Is move to clean up its accounts a bid to attract more advertisers?
20 May 2015
Vodafone worked with Teradata and Anderson Harvy, and is also using tools from MicroStrategy, Tableau and IBM
24 Apr 2015
Sceptics say CDO role isn't here to stay, but UK and US governments have both hired CDOs this week
25 Mar 2015
IT pros are more likely to stay in their current job if they have a clear career path and can see an investment in the IT department, finds the IT Job Board
17 Mar 2015
Passwords might be a particularly poor form of authentication and access control, but they are going to be around for some time to come
17 Feb 2015
New RSA Group head of social media explains how building communities for customers can benefit both sides
13 Jan 2015
Companies who advertise on Facebook use Datalogix to measure in-store sales generated from their ad campaigns
23 Dec 2014
'Most people click yes to terms and conditions contracts without reading them, because they are often laughably long and written in the kind of legalese you need a law degree from the USA to understand,' says Andrew Miller MP
28 Nov 2014
Hackers reportedly tried to blackmail Sony, warning that it had stolen 'top secret data'
25 Nov 2014
Reform Government Surveillence Group urges US legislators to pass USA Freedom Act in open letter
17 Nov 2014
Two Computing journalists butt heads over whether GCHQ should be assisted, or condemned
06 Nov 2014
One-quarter of Americans admit to being online trolls – terrific work, America!
27 Oct 2014
Are you on Twitter? Sort of...
24 Oct 2014
“Rude” people complaining online given warning by Braintree practice manager
12 Aug 2014
John McKinlay, partner at law firm DLA Piper, argues that it's time for a fresh approach, where laws are put in place before new technology becomes widely adopted
07 Aug 2014
The XSS vulnerability in Tweetdeck showed just how easily scripts can be run on user devices from a simple security flaw.
12 Jun 2014
Users of notetaking and archiving software left unable to synchronise files
11 Jun 2014