Lafarge Tarmac demolishes relationship with Microsoft, cements infrastructure partnership with Google for Work
Deploying full Microsoft application set to everyone was 'like using a sledgehammer to crack a nut, director of IT Alisdair MacKenzie tells Computing
Interview: Darren Price, group CIO, and Ian Hood, group chief digital officer, drive change at RSA Insurance
Price and Hood take time out from a group-wide desktop upgrade, a major migration to Microsoft collaboration tools, a move to more flexible and agile working, and an ongoing recruitment drive to explain why the insurance giant is embracing so much change...
Canonical makes pitch for internet of things as Accenture says IoT market could boost UK economy by £350bn
Slimline version of Ubuntu intended for high-powered embedded devices announced by Canonical
Just finished migrating from Windows XP to Windows 7? Microsoft discontinues mainstream support today
Windows 10 and Intel Skylake microprocessors won't make a dent in PC and laptop sales, warn manufacturers
Digitimes: Microsoft and Intel to board Skylake for Windows 10, but manufacturers see no spike in PC sales coming
Microsoft blames Windows Update KB 3004394 for widespread Windows piracy messages
Hurried replacement for Windows 8 out in time for next Christmas, promises Microsoft COO
Open sourcing .NET, embracing the iPad and making Azure a platform for the ages. Has Microsoft finally got itself sorted?
Top 10 IT news stories of the week: Microsoft and HMRC look at past errors while smaller database providers look to big future
This week's stop stories, as judged by Computing readers
First serious iOS malware discovered; already logging calls and phonebooks in hundreds of thousands of devices
Can also attack Windows devices, Palo Alto Networks advises
The Windows 10 chief Joe Belfiore talks to Computing about Windows, app platforms - and Zune
With support for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 ceasing in April 2015, organisations will need to act fast to migrate applications onto something more modern
Computing sits down with the Microsoft vice president of PC, tablet and phone to go in-depth about Windows 10's promise for the enterprise
Windows 10 announcement 'a surprise' to Notts County Council, just weeks after signing 8.1 deal with Microsoft
We're happy with our choice, but would value an ongoing discussion with Microsoft, says ICT service director
iSight Partners reveals exploit that could have been actively exploited for five years
Tony Prophet, corporate VP Windows marketing, speaks to Salesforce CEO about the future of Windows, and the new partnership between the two firms
Microsoft has unveiled 'Windows 10 not 9' early in its lifecycle to get feedback from users that matter - or has the company simply run out of ideas?
Microsoft skips Windows 9 and brings back the Start button
Microsoft expected to reveal its successor to the rather unpopular Windows 8 today
'It has been difficult to persuade consumers to buy a Windows phone,' says Huawei's Richard Yu
Windows 9: Out goes the 'charms bar'; in comes the 'mini start menu'
Barry Zubel, head of IT at game developer Jagex, tells Danny Palmer about virtualising servers, automation and how IT infrastructure will be key to a smooth launch for their next big release
One of the first major migrations from Windows mulls a switch back to Microsoft due to user complaints
Microsoft dangles imminent Windows 9 release in front of disgruntled Windows 8 users