The first in-car PC has gone on sale. Priced at around $1,299 (#800), it offers e-mail, entertainment and in-car navigation, and will initially be available only on the US West Coast. The AutoPC, powered...
Men and women must work together: favouring either one for their gender is "a nonsense", says Maud Bailly
Multiple points of entry, third party contractors, external code and virtualisation make protecting a modern network a difficult task
Via C3 processors had been sold on their 'military-grade' security and used in ATMs, industrial automation and point-of-sale systems
Duncan Stott, CIO of Kier, cites automation as the key trend CIOs need to understand and develop a vision for, or risk falling behind