Why RSA Insurance picked BT Global Services over Atos Origin to host Microsoft collaboration products in the cloud
BT Global Services offered a better migration experience than its competitors, says RSA group IT delivery director James Sandell
Contract dispute with Capgemini led to further delays in a project which has been riddled with problems
Lack of investment in fibre broadband down to Ofcom's mandate to get 'cheap services', says Gigaclear CEO
Communications Act 2003 didn't put enough emphasis on investing money into commercial FTTH, says Matthew Hare
...though Toshiba later concedes technology cannot thwart all types of attack
No, it's not paranoia. GCHQ really is spying on you - and everyone else
BT Openreach is accused of meddling with figures to avoid fines, and making up excuses when it fails to connect lines on time
'You can be bullet-proof with 99 per cent of your site but you only need to leave one door open to ruin all of your security controls,' says CIO Richard Cammish
One gigabit per second broadband over copper coming to your home - within the next decade or so...
While currently a rarity, the number of CIOs getting the top job is likely to grow as the importance of IT and digitalisation increases, finds Sooraj Shah
Many homes and businesses still cannot get high-speed broadband because of failures to connect the 'last mile'
Clawback clause invoked as take-up of FTTP/FTTC exceeds expectations, money to be used to fund other rollout plans
Arizona State University claims white lasers could herald the introduction of 'Li-Fi', as well as even more energy-efficient lighting
Sharon White is not intimidated by the threat of a 10-year legal wrangle with BT
Spin-off 'could deliver competitive or wider benefits for end users'
Margrethe Vestager warns mobile consolidation could mean higher prices and less innovation
H4cked off: What on Earth does Verizon see in the cratered remains of AOL? It can't just be dial-up subscribers...
Run away! Verizon's record on online censorship raises serious questions over its proposed AOL acquisition
Five foreign investors to invest in Three UK following O2 acquisition
BT to present its case to the Competition and Markets Authority this week
Cornwall County Councillor issues ultimatum to BT over failing outsourcing contract
EU-led consolidation of mobile market continues as Three owner Hutchison Whampoa comes close to finalising deal for rival O2
Severn Trent Water experiences significant telco outages which could affect 2,000 users, every three months, reveals CIO
Telcos need to 'manage their game in the 21st century' says Myron Hrycyk
Plans to force both public-sector organisations and mobile network providers to pool their digital resources are doomed to fail, argues Chris Middleton, founder of Strategist Magazine, explains why
Welsh government claims it accepts BT's issues are 'real' as it pushes forward with £3m project
Peter Cochrane claims 50 per cent ROI would be possible if providers did the maths