Unholy alliance tries to revitalise the market
Can Microsoft's Surface Book single-handedly revitalise the dwindling PC market? Because it may have to
Ongoing failure to innovate means vendors are failing to resurrect a market ripe for the taking
Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, also says the future is basically a software-defined data centre, and concludes by saying open source developers are 'like poets'
HP Enterprise Security report finds that there has been a 14 per cent increase in cyber-crime costs over the last year
Privately held hardware giant reportedly in talks to snap up storage vendor EMC
Fiorina's business record doesn't really stand up to close scrutiny
Lynch seeks damages of more than $150m in London over 'false and negligent statements' made by HP
Out with Oracle and HP-UX as Hillarys opts to run its business on SAP HANA and Huawei appliances
Questions over Autonomy's accounts dismissed by HP as 'negative tactics' by Oracle
Care Quality Commission found the system was plagued with issues, while its deployment had left some staff feeling confused, bullied, incompetent and ashamed
Current round to hit services division, but job losses not over yet, warns CEO Meg Whitman
US government setting dangerous precedent, argues Microsoft
Steady as she sinks! HP revenues slide again, with only servers and networking exhibiting modest growth
Why was Carphone Warehouse keeping customer passwords in plain text, just months after it was hacked? [UPDATED]
If customer credit cards were encrypted, why weren't current account details? Security specialists respond
George Frangou, CEO of the AI-based analytics firm, tells Computing that bigger rivals 'don't get it because the driver for them is to sell kit'
HP and Fujitsu among familiar big name IT vendors tasked with modernising MoD's telecommunications and IT infrastructure - and saving £1bn in the process
HP believes test of 10 smartwatches is a good indicator of current security posture of all smartwatch devices
Less than a week to go, and PC component makers are still finishing off their drivers...
How Leeds Building Society's move to the cloud is supporting a mobile-first application development focus
Shifting Leeds Building Society's core banking platform to the cloud is just the start of a customer-focused, mobile-first revolution, CIO Tom Clark tells Computing
Is there actually a plan behind Microsoft's Windows 10 licensing or are they just making it up as they go along?
Dr Afzal Chaudhry describes how clinicians have had to get used to a new digital way of working after hospital trust brought in HP to spearhead transformation
FitBit and Fuelband for remote monitoring can save hospitals time and money says Cambridge University Hospitals Trust chief
Why should certain patients have to stay overnight in hospital when we can consult with them at home, asks chief medical information officer Dr Afzal Chaudhry
Driving a connected university education revolution: an interview with De Montfort director of IT Dieter Kraftner
'Rather than fight BYOD, our strategy is to embrace BYOD,' Kraftner tells Computing
Hackers are said to have been based in China, but US should be concerned that data could be used to create cross-agency attacks