Peter Gothard reports on a school that has embraced the bring-your-own-device philosophy and rolled out super-fast Wi-Fi for the benefit of pupils and staff
Stuart Sumner talks to the BBC's chief technology officer, John Linwood, about enterprise mobility, and how it underpins almost every aspect of the organisation's operations
Company could stand to gain $2.5bn profit a year on iOS, says Morgan Stanley analyst
'Microsoft and hardware - when have they ever been successful?' asks Joachim Kempin
With only one of the world's top five PC makers enjoying rising sales, Sooraj Shah asks what the sector can do to revive its fortunes
Danny Palmer looks at the reasons behind Windows 8's sluggish uptake in the enterprise market, and hears why one major UK organisation is keen to buck the trend
Shipments of tablets up 75 per cent year-on-year
Tablet sales hit 40,000 a week over Christmas period
Add flexible tablets, and mobile could have a pliable future
While Apple sells 20 million iPads in same space of time, says analyst
Stuart Sumner gets driven to the very edge of despair in his attempts to get Microsoft Surface to actually do anything at all
South Korean electronics giant is selling 500 devices a minute
There's good reason to suppose it will avoid 'doing a Facebook' if it does float in 2014
Thirteen years into the third millennium and the much-anticipated personal jetpack remains as elusive as ever. So, what technology developments and trends can IT leaders expect over the coming 12 months?
The firm argued the tablet OS was not worthy of the name 'Windows'
Ailsa Beaton has been CIO at the Metropolitan Police for 12 years. She tells Computing how the organisation's information systems have changed in that time - and how they may change in the future
IT leaders from a range of sectors met in London recently to share their enterprise mobility experiences and offer advice to their peers
Korean firm sees share of PC, tablet and smartphone market jump during Q3 2012
The Windows RT-based Surface has sold only 'modestly' since its launch, while Microsoft's partners wait for the 'full fat' Surface Pro to appear in the new year. So is the platform's future already in the balance?
Tablets sales to beat laptops in the US this quarter - and globally by 2015
Twenty years ago, ARM was little more than a small unit in now-defunct Acorn Computers. Now, the UK company is about to take on industry giant Intel
Peter Gothard explains how current trends in hardware and software will change the way business users interact with the enterprise
Enterprises looking to develop mobile applications for staff, partners or customers face a number of headache-inducing challenges
Does the departure of two senior Apple executives signal a desire on the part of Steve Jobs' successor, Tim Cook, to make a clean break with the past