Sponsored New Credit Cards look to support UK’s small businesses in these challenging times.
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Attacks are becoming largely automated forcing security solutions to provide multiple layers of defence. Basic forms of automation in IT management could already greatly help in keeping networks and infrastructure secure.
Don’t overlook the problems that come with premature scaling. Doing so is a huge mistake – one that’s caused the failure of many startups.
With 84 per cent of public sector organisations experiencing a data security incident last year, Dr. Guy Bunker of Clearswift offers thoughts on industry best practices to avoid costly data losses.
So what's it like being an app developer? Mobile dev Ian Joyner tells about his career at Apadmi, an award winning app development company in Manchester.
Whether you love tech or just get a buzz from writing and know you can adapt your passion to an exciting new subject, you may well be the new intern we are looking to recruit.
Despite Google’s decision to discontinue support for its CalDAV calendar syncing protocol, Microsoft and a few other developers may be allowed to continue using it.
BT has inked a new deal with the Lincolnshire County Council under which it will roll out superfast broadband to at least 88 per cent of businesses and households in the region.
Social networking platform Twitter has launched a native app for the Windows 8 platform, bringing both standard and Windows 8-optimised features.
Multiven, a cloud-based provider of network management and maintenance services, has accused Cisco of having perpetrated a series of cyber attacks on its servers.
FinSpy, a software designed for surveilling criminals may have been used by several world governments to spy on activists and dissidents, claims a new report.
Samsung Electronics is pouring more money into advertising its mobile phones to beat out Apple, according to a new study by an ad research and consulting firm.
Oracle has announced that it is acquiring Nimbula, a cloud infrastructure management software provider founded by Amazon Web Services veterans Willem van Biljon and Chris Pinkham.