Toshiba downplays PC unit sale rumours despite offloading TV manufacturing to Hisense for just $114m
Amex partners with Santander for blockchain-based payments system based on Ripple's technology
Data sprawl is a significant challenge for multi-nationals
Under GDPR you'll be able to ask organisations to hand over all the data they hold on you. But what happens when a cyber criminal is able to pass himself off as you, and force firms to tell him everything?
The UK IT Industry Awards were a barnstorming success. But don't take out word for it, see for yourself...
Company filed for bankruptcy earlier this year to restructure
Fieldfisher GDPR expert Kuan Hon explains the possibilities, with potential fines for large firms set to run into billions when the new law comes into force next year
StoneCalibre has merged AVST and fax-over-IP company XMedius
Tom Clark, CIO of Leeds Building Society, says that some systems must stay on-premise because cloud is simply more expensive
Confused by the GDPR? There's a number to call
Nigel Crockford, business development manager at IT consultancy eSpida explains why running-to-failure is not helping your business grow
A panel of CIOs at a recent Computing event discuss their strategies for mitigating risks to their data in the cloud
Alien Vault's Javvad Malik describes how GDPR will change organisations' data breach responses
Businesses have concerns about the GDPR, with the compliance deadline approaching fast and the impact expected to be significant
Amazon UK head has advised small businesses to embrace digital to mitigate risks
The draft guidance aims to help data controllers and data processors understand their roles
ORDERFOX.com connects manufacturers and buyers in a dynamic fashion
Tom Clark, CIO at Leeds Building Society, explains how a random LinkedIn request ended up with his organisation implementing a cheap, effective tool which has helped understand how data travels around the business
Mayor's office tells government that returning certainty to the business world is critical
techUK gives cautious welcome to PM's speech today, but warns of sector stress in accelerated programme.
John Abel, head of technology and cloud UK, Ireland and Israel at Oracle also admits that cloud isn't cheaper, and that it can represent a risk to CIOs, and the wider IT department
Data from 17th century ships' logs is still used today in weather research. Under GDPR, should it be deleted?
Companies target SMBs with new cloud app and UC bundle
New proposals will protect professionals who have to handle personal data without consent