Companies reach stalking horse agreement ahead of patent auction
Some 36 per cent of breaches in 2010 involved mobile devices, according to Symantec
The network will initially connect schools, but could be extended to NHS, police and other council sites
IT job losses will also play a part in keeping costs down
The Technology Strategy Board will contribute £350,000 to new high-speed network
Many iTunes users across the world have had their accounts hacked in the past week
DNSSec has been enabled on the .com top level domain, preventing certain types of cyber attack
This week's debate: Can the government actually implement its new ICT strategy?
Dream on, say network providers
Responsibility would no longer lie with ISPs to monitor complaints from copyright holders
Do telepresence solutions offer the value to justify their cost?
BMW sets aside $100m for location-based smartphone app development
Strategy seeks to reduce digital exclusion and boost high-tech skills and business
Ovum report argues that social media is becoming a must-have service management tool
Comms minister Ed Vaizey says at least 500 MHz of holdings will be released by 2020
Businesses and consumers could benefit if savings were passed on
The software giant accuses Google of a string of anti-competitive actions
Tom Loosemore charged with taking government web site rationalisation 'to its logical conclusion'
Search giant promises ads will be 'as relevant and useful as possible'
Enisa says standard metrics and measurements are essential when assessing IT resilience
Communications minister says the law is well meaning but will 'seriously hamper the smooth running of the internet'
Telecoms giant BT aims to make service available to 14,000 customers by end of the week
The February 2011 Computing survey, Positioning your Business for Growth, noted that the practice of piecemeal implementation of IT systems in companies growing organically is not an uncommon pattern