Deal between Microsoft and Janet will also see Office 365 enabled for use at universities
Apprentices to help multi-channel push for retailer
A panel of experts assesses the validity of own device use in education
Degree-level qualification aims to boost the number of young people working in IT security
Skills body is on track to create 550 roles by the end of 2013
SMEs are at particular risk of losing IP because they don't think they are vulnerable
Royal Holloway and Oxford University selected to boost number of PhD graduates with cyber skills
'It is not just about technical skills - but how these skills can be executed'
A panel of experts debate how ICT should be integrated into the learning experience.
LJMU is seeking bidders for provision of HP ProLiant servers and consultancy services
The Economist Group, HMRC and Field Fisher Waterhouse believe that firms needs to find innovative ways to educate their staff
£2m fund set aside to provide 16,000 educators with skills required to teach programming
'We expect all bright students who want to go into technically-skilled jobs or apprenticeships to aim for the Tech Bacc' says minister
A panel of experts define the industry's expectations of a "digital citizen"
Computing invited a panel of education experts to give their views on how best to equip young people for tomorrow's digital economy. Peter Gothard listened in
Queen's secure IT centre and Infosys team up to tackle cloud, Android and iPad security threats
Amount invested by government in cyber security isn't good, it's embarrassing, says panel
Peter Gothard visits Bolton secondary school the ESSA Academy to find out how a mobile device for every student is revolutionising the education process.
The thoughts of e-Skills UK, Birmingham City University, an ITMB student and SAS on the academy and big data
On the wall of Bruno Reddy's classroom is the phrase 'Freedom is power'. As he tells Peter Gothard, it is a mantra he intends to instil in his students via the use of IT
Crispin Weston, chair of BSI's expert committee for education technology, explains why secondary school ICT had to change
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
Kim Blake tasked with helping to promote coding and digital design skills in schools
IT features further down report than art and design