Network operators across Europe have 'coped well' with additional traffic load amid coronavirus crisis
No glaring network congestion issues observed so far in Europe, according to the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications
National Emergency Library opened up amid concerns students will not be able to access texts during the lockdown
BT responds to media claims that the UK’s networks can’t handle the strain of millions of people suddenly working from home
New laws will force developers to ensure that all new homes are hooked-up to 1Gbps broadband
Glasgow, Nottingham and Wolverhampton, as well as smaller towns, such as Solihull, Crawley and Barnsley, to benefit from CityFibre gigabit broadband network
New rules from Ofcom require broadband, mobile phone and pay TV providers to notify residential and business customers when their deals are drawing to a close
'Secure inbound email' advise the experts. Computing speaks to luminaries from end user and vendor organisations, and learns that it's not about 'patch management'
RIPE NCC made the final /22 IPv4 allocation on 25th November 2019
Ian Hill, global director of cyber security at construction firm BAM, argues that Labour's plans for free broadband poses grave risks to privacy and internet freedoms
In this video from Delta, Computing's market intelligence service for CIOs, we discuss APIs, including how the most innovative enterprises are using them
Amazon gears up Project Kuiper with application for satellite launches to the FCC and ramping up hiring
Target of reaching 98 per cent of UK premises could be achieved by the end of 2020
Three UK's 5G plan includes speed boosts for existing 3G and 4G infrastructure as it replaces Samsung 4G radio-access technology with Huawei
Any advance on £563m?
Streaming service outage affects a large portion of customers in the UK on Saturday evening
One-in-six Virgin Media users left without internet access for hours or days at a time, claims Which?
Bury, Barking and Bexley all on the list along with Greater Glasgow
Rohit Gupta, vice president and head of manufacturing, logistics, energy & utilities, Europe at Cognizant, discusses how roads will become safer with the advent of 5G
The ECJ has been told that the ruling can only be enforced in EU member states
Introducing VideoProc, a new video processing toolkit
To safeguard the Web real control needs to be put into the hands of users
Nanophotonic technology uses 'twisted light beams' to carry more data and process it faster
Twisted light beams could carry more data and process it faster, claim RMIT scientists