'Why spend millions on an iPhone exploit when you can bribe a sysadmin for corporate network access?'
Panel of security experts discusses the latest threats to enterprises
'It's hard to predict how many years, but I don't think it'll ever be completely done,' says Russinovich
'You're too late, Dave - the genie's out of the bottle,' says Wikipedia founder
Computing grills the managed services firm on cloud, wireless and the growth of IoT
Konstantinos Karachalios, the managing director of the IEEE-Standards Association, believes more needs to be done to foster a healthy, inclusive standardisation ecosystem
US government setting dangerous precedent, argues Microsoft
24 hours to clear a fax, phones that don't dial out, and siloed offices where nobody talks to each other. This is the Halifax in 2015.
Are CIOs and rogue apps starting to co-exist in peace?
Who walked away with the 21 gongs?
DevOps Summit: Are you a digital unicorn, or still held back by 'hysterically-grown' legacy systems?
Streamlining and visibility are your best friends in DevOps, says CA's Georg von Sperling
Justin Arbuckle, vice president EMEA and chief enterprise architect at Chef, tells Computing that DevOps ends the either/or conundrum of balancing innovation with compliance
Policy change comes without date or official warning for mages and warlocks
Margrethe Vestager warns mobile consolidation could mean higher prices and less innovation
600,000 transactions affected after another IT disaster at RBS
Regulatory obstacles need that harder level of push, says Wei Wang
Why TfL's contactless payment's 'perfectly secure' infrastructure is propped up by Microsoft .NET and not Oracle
Computing sits down with a key player in contactless, to discuss the technology behind it, as well as - inevitably - card clash
Active Navigation and an employee reward scheme was all it took
Phil Jackman, head of ICT services at Durham Council, believes we should stop fighting the inevitable, and instead learn to embrace the data age
James Duncan admits PSN is difficult to understand and that the current compliance regime is 'fraught with problems'
Global governments negotiating 'mega trade deal' to threaten internet freedoms and international privacy, alleges 'leaked' report
Cross-border information exchange and ISP management are focus
When 'double digit growth' in data just isn't enough, new plans are needed...
116 employees suspected of soliciting and accepting bribes from external sales agents
A salutary lesson on shadow IT and why enterprise-grade cloud sharing platforms are a good idea
'Not a cost play' says UBS head of client-facing mobile Paul Whitby