VMware chosen over Citrix because it had 'more of a vision, was honest and explained all of the hidden costs'
Investors vote with their feet amid few signs the firm's strategy of acquisitions, price cutting and gadget loss-leaders is working
New WTA rule that comes into effect in 2015 allows coaches to give their players tips on-court using real-time data provided by SAP
Latest version of Tesco's popular Hudl tablet eschews ARM chips for Intel
Car manufacturer saves millions by providing training to all of its staff virtually and going paperless in the process
New 9.7-inch and 7.9-inch screens will be ready by Christmas - with a 13-incher out next year
'Android needs someone to fix its Wi-Fi,' Jagex head of IT Barry Zubel tells Computing
Firmware error is to blame, say security experts
You know we liked it on face value, but how do we feel after a week with Microsoft's redesigned hybrid tablet?
Does Microsoft's redesigned hybrid have what it takes to batter the MacBook?
Paul Scullion, head of business intelligence for Carphone Warehouse, explains how business intelligence tools are improving performance across the company
South Staffordshire College director of strategy and infrastructure Jamie Smith tells Computing how the college is improving learning through BYOD
Deal worth £3.8bn sees two firms merge to become Dixons Carphone
It's becoming increasingly hard to convince consumers to purchase tablets, says Kantar Worldpanel ComTech
Staff were 'extremely reluctant' to return trial equipment, according to Cabinet Office
Manufacturers of lower-priced laptop and tablet devices to pay only $15 for licence, sources say
'Software is frequently written with complete disregard for the battery,' says Bedford Uni's David Jazani
Front-line officers will get tablets, as the Met aims to cut costs and reduce crime
Danny Palmer examines the business use case for Dell's competition to Microsoft's Surface Pro
Christy Wyatt tells Computing why she believes a focus on securing the device rather than the data on it is the wrong approach
Matt Peers explains how mobility can aid productivity and flexibility in the workplace
'It's just a case of when mobile is going to be more than half our traffic' - Net-A-Porter IT director
Richard Lloyd-Williams tells Computing that the luxury fashion retailer sees a big future in mobile sales
Chip veteran Jason Chen will take over from the company's founder Stan Shih
The best of the current sub-£200 Android tablet offerings. Are there any hidden gems a CIO should look out for?