Consultants advise DECC to implement national security framework for UK power companies or face the consequences
Airlines will take more persuading than most before they trust desktop applications and services to remote provision
Stephenson Harwood binds Ethernet and Fibre Channel networks at small cost using virtual I/O director
The cloud juggernaut thunders on but there are continuing doubts about service viability and concerns that vendors are using it to hike prices
What are the latest storage technologies available to help IT departments to optimise capacity, management and performance?
IT leaders at Virgin Games and The London Clinic talk about the issues that have shaped their storage strategies
The volume and variety of information that organisations are required to store is growing at a frightening pace. So how should IT leaders go about handling this data deluge?
The company promises to recruit heavily and take on more skilled staff in the UK to handle corporate interest in high-end products and services
Martin Courtney examines the various data protection rules and regulations governing how an organisation handles personal and financial information
So how should firms protect data to ensure compliance with DPA and PCI DSS regulations?
Risk and security manager Brian Shorten talks about the data protection measures and compliance processes the charity uses to prevent breaches
Estate agency trims IT costs with extensive server and storage consolidation project
Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust IT manager outlines planned benefits of seven-year managed services agreement with HP
Using the Prediction API to improve fuel economy is just the tip of the iceberg for in-vehicle access to cloud-based apps
Those skilled in steganography, digital watermarking and cryptography are in increasing demand on both sides of the law
After years of maintaining a lofty disdain for the competition, the networking giant is desperately trying to shore up its customer base
Both vendors playing catch-up in giving programmers cloud-based software development platforms
A guide to device management applications for mobile devices
How should firms tackle the question of IT support for devices brought into the workplace?
Can IT managers meet the growing demand from users for tablet computing without adding to the administrative burden on their staff?
There is something peculiar, even sinister, about the iPad's ability to change people's behaviour
Implementing shared cloud services across the public sector may take longer than expected
Does the absence of the term 'G-Cloud' signal a major shift in government thinking?
Cable & Wireless unleashes HP to hunt down outdated devices and help meet corporate carbon reduction targets
Should it be left to the IT department alone to deal with unstructured data?
The pros and cons of choosing open source software over proprietary
Do some employees quietly cling on to applications long past their sell-by date to keep themselves in a job?
Have media luvvies yet again been seduced into using technology just because it's there?
Five per cent physical server CPU utilisation made airport ripe for virtualisation success
Private cloud services still too pricey, says university IT manager
Department for Work and Pensions plans to base all future software development on agile software project management frameworks
Integrated software puts Lincolnshire County Council on the road to savings
Can government bodies do a better job of rationalising IT expenditure by re-evaluating what they spend money on in the first place?
Cisco's Amanda Jobbins wants quotas to help meet EU target of 40 per cent women executives
Racing car designed and tested using computational fluid dynamics is ready to prove its mettle when championship gets under way
SAN upgrade sees 20TB migration to Compellent, acquired by Dell this week
University to fund datacentre expansion by sharing infrastructure with other academic institutions
Optical character recognition technology is being used to provide a public database of information
Gambling web site relies on cutting-edge technology and inhouse development nous to keep millions of punters happy
Better collaboration between development teams, clients and end users can increase chances of project success
Techies and customer service staff are first in queue for interrogation when sensitive information disappears, survey finds
Rapid technological change seen as a significant source of risk by 20 per cent of European tech companies, survey finds
Mature technology and price competition persuade OCS to sign £5m managed contract with Azzurri
Portable Dell servers process real-time performance data from Formula 1 cars for trackside mechanics
Optimising datacentres from the ground up in terms of cooling and heating using hot aisle containment may reap environmental dividends
The various infrastructure services are available to IT leaders looking for a cost-effective way to increase datacentre resources
Communications-as-a-service offers benefits for smaller companies, but familiar corporate doubts around reliability and security remain
BMA says government cuts and legacy systems will undermine support for online patient records and information sharing