What are the specific use cases for keeping data locked up in the basement, or in the care of a third party?
'World's cheapest tablet' could cause waves in education sector - or end up in municipal dumps
Cheap yet fully-featured, but are you buying an 10-incher filled with empty promises?
Is Tesco's budget consumer tablet a happy choice for the price-conscious IT manager?
Undercuts Tesco by £20, and includes bags of pre-loaded software
Software and hardware collaborations come in three new reveals
'Operators need to push the envelope harder,' says Open Compute guru Frankovsky
Enquiries up 40 per cent since Microsoft allowed vendor to start selling to schools, colleges and other public sector bodies
'Early adopter' Makerbot Digitizer is first glimpse of an interesting future - perhaps
Has the big M finally lost it?
Pledge should 'put an end to unwarranted speculation' about lack of funding, says Icahn
Could be a Sony-baiting move, but what's the true value for developers?
Company responds to dual OS trend kicked off by Asus
President of interactive business thanks users for "candid feedback"
Affects only BlackBerry Protect recovery service, and only on Z10
Investor ups stake but lays down law to struggling electronics firm
Computing looks back at the most important data related stories of the past six months
£2bn shaved off phone and tablet estimate
Sony shares stage "relief rally" at missed opportunity by Microsoft
Woobey discusses big data, how Oracle Exadata has improved budgetary calculations tenfold, and why he won't use the cloud
IllumiRoom lets graphical effects escape television
Microsoft to receive automatic royalties on patents in future
Richard Clark of Xuber explains how organisations should look to build their business case to replace legacy systems - and why it's important
Despite the growing volume of data large firms are keeping backups in-house