Barking and Dagenham claims it would have to pay over £200,000 more to replace outgoing Windows XP desktops with Windows 7 PCs
It's becoming increasingly hard to convince consumers to purchase tablets, says Kantar Worldpanel ComTech
Manufacturers of lower-priced laptop and tablet devices to pay only $15 for licence, sources say
'Shared services' is the future of local government. And Westminster City Council and its neighbouring boroughs are leading the way. CIO Ben Goward talks to Graeme Burton about how it is working out
Investment fund Japan Industrial Partners kicking the tyres on proposed £300m sale
Replacing Citrix Presentation Server will help council to save £2m in four years
Spy agency physically installs malware and uses 'secret' radio technology to monitor PCs, according to the latest Snowden revelations
Is Intel's tiny NUC computer a miniature desktop replacement or DIY curio?
Reel FX IT director Scott Correll and lead technical director Ross Moshell tell Computing how Dell helped them make a feature film
Hertfordshire-based school anticipates £63,000 of savings from virtualisation project
When the WWF designed its new headquarters, it knew its IT infrastructure had to be able to support hot-desking, mobile working and video conferencing in a cost-effective and eco-friendly way. Danny Palmer went to Woking to find out if it succeeded
When even major vendors like Dell struggle to sustain their PC businesses, what chance is there for UK-based manufacturers?
No iWatch or Apple TV, but A7 64-bit microprocessor appears in more products, while the iPad Mini will take on the Google Nexus 7
Installing thin clients can be just as cost-effective, says Andy Tait
Multi-tenant cloud platform is used by Cisco, Netapp, Dell and Time Warner
Apple's iPhones and iPads have led the era of consumerisation, but their adoption would not have been possible without the advent of the home computing era which began in earnest in the early 1980s.
Some tablets may become obsolete long before laptops and desktop PCs bite the dust, writes John Leonard
Jordan tells Sooraj Shah about the three projects that will transform the firm better known in the UK as O2
Michael Dell secures vote in favour of $24bn deal to take company he founded in 1984 private
Atari founder tells Computing that desktop and laptop PCs unlikely to be eclipsed by tablets
Third quarter results show revenues down eight per cent as big systems sales tank
Further lacklustre financial results expected at HP as hardware sales suffer
UK desktop and laptop sales down by one-quarter since 2010 - independent vendors hardest hit
A panel of experts at a recent Computing event discusses VDI and other methods to enable productivity for today's workforce