A recent study has found that 40 per cent of office workers in the EU reported workplace restrictions on or outright banning of social media, cloud storage apps and video streaming services.
Following its announcement that it would be cutting 18,000 jobs over 12 months, Microsoft has continued to ring the changes with the formal merger of its Yammer and Office 365 teams.
A few years ago it would have been unthinkable, but whispers that Apple and Samsung are losing their stranglehold on the market are growing louder.
ITProPortal spoke to Duncan Trigg, the man behind Project Sunblock, about the new initiative to display police warnings on illegal sites. How big is the problem, and will this have any effect?
Regeneration plans, including the construction of a civic centre with a 400-seater auditorium, have been put on hold after the government withdrew the money set aside for the scheme.
Logitech wants to muffle annoyingly loud office coworkers with the H570e USB headset, designed for business and with a very affordable price tag.
Chris Beard has been confirmed as the new CEO, after having served as interim chief exec following the departure of Brendan Eich back in April.
An existing datacentre in the London Docklands area is being expanded in a project set to cost £135m. Work is being done by global datacentre operators Telehouse, with...
Redmond has once again come under scrutiny in China, following the government’s declaration of Windows 8 as a security risk two months ago.
The City of London has claimed that BT's lack of high-speed broadband in the square mile is blocking the capital city's growth - an accusation that will be sure to raise hackles.
Former military personnel using the USAA website can now benefit from revolutionary big data technology to point them in the direction of the right services.