Windows ecosystem preferred by DLA Piper, but it may take employees a while to buy-in
Yad Jaura says that enterprise technology led the way 20 years ago, but that this has now 'flipped'
Keynote explores how and why the balance of power is changing when it comes to mobile devices
Apple loosens its grip on iOS apps, but doesn't let go entirely
Businesses see BlackBerry as a sinking ship
Hayes tells Computing how the South Devon NHS is embracing the mobile revolution to improve patient care
Many people who switch from iPhone to Android can't receive text messages because of issues
General public will be able to buy internet-connected eyewear while stocks last, says Google
"I could not see any real reason to want to do analytics and bring results back to something the size of a BlackBerry," says CEO Jim Goodnight
Creative Artists Agency's Michael Keithley explains how freedom of device choice is enabling agents to provide a better service to celebrity clients
South Korean firm infringed on two of Apple's patents, jury finds
BBC's head of information security explains that all security incidents are an opportunity to learn and improve, and that communication with stakeholders is paramount
BBC: "Incident response isn't a paper you put on the shelf and just grab when someone starts screaming"
David Jones, head of information security at the BBC, explains how incident response works at the broadcaster, and stresses that organisations must move away from a blame culture when it comes to security breaches
Computing research reveals the iPhone is the most favoured device for business use, while organisations are most likely to avoid BlackBerry
More iPhones sold than expected, but company slump continues
Reports suggest iPhone and iPad maker wants to move into mobile payments business.
Siri could be launched on in-car navigation or entertainment systems with help of NovaSearch
Announcement that Apple iOS 7 users will now be logged into all Google services, allowing tracking across apps and devices, hidden in blog
Solicitor Robert Bond tells Computing's Big Data Summit 2014 about a time a work placement girl almost revealed a confidential deal to Facebook
Latin America's first store will stock £700 16GB iPhone 5s
The last 15 years at Apple have been nothing short of sensational, from the launch of the iPod music player to the popularity of the iPad. But what will happen to the company if the blockbuster products dry up?
Who is winning the race for dominance of the increasingly cut-throat mobile market? Can Windows Phone catch up? Is BlackBerry dead? What about Xiaomi? Stuart Sumner investigates
Linwood did not receive a pay-off after his £287,000-a-year contract was terminated
Christy Wyatt tells Computing why she believes a focus on securing the device rather than the data on it is the wrong approach