Chris Middleton argues that the UK needs to be more ambitious with its investment, especially post-Brexit
BT, Vodafone, TalkTalk, Capita and Sage all see their share price sliding, while ARM is holding its ground
Move corresponds to the wishes of customers and staff, says CEO Seb James
App developed in six weeks uses real-time analytics to alert customers on spending habits
Christian Nelissen tells Computing how a Silicon Valley start-up is boosting the bank's big data capabilities
'If our clients lose their trust that we can protect their data and money, they're not going to do business with us anymore.' - BlueShore's Fred Cook
Will digital cost-saving help Britain's first new bank in 100 years to climb back into the black?
The legal vacuum left by Safe Harbour and uncertainty about the EU GDPR is a worry for some and a blessing for others
Autodesk looking to provide cloud users with 'a supercomputer behind every tablet'
Current round to hit services division, but job losses not over yet, warns CEO Meg Whitman
Bacs glitch raises prospect of a cash-strapped bank holiday for those affected
Tom Mulvaney, managing director at Networks First, explains why tech buyers may not need to be blue about Black Monday
Sponsored Editorial: In today's climate, it's important to develop a rapid-access internal economic-financial ecosystem
Faster even than Salesforce, Hortonworks looks set to hit revenues of $100m this year after just four years in existence - but it has yet to turn a profit
Microsoft needs to recoup on an expensive couple of years in mobility
Chipmaker wants to reduce spending by $1.4bn and is taking a fresh look at the corporate structure of the business
Apple CFO Luca Maestri claims that Apple Watches have outsold first ever iPad and iPhone launches in similar time period
14nm to enter its third generation as Moore's Law collapses
What has the Chancellor done for the digital sector?
'Weaker than expected consumer PC demand' is to blame
IT department looks set to shrink as broadcaster has to make 'some hard choices'
600,000 transactions affected after another IT disaster at RBS
You're staring into the abyss, SMBs