Tim Lennox, managing director of digital entertainment at Sainsbury's, spoke at Internet World 2014 about how to keep your small team advantage going even within a larger organisation.
Richard Garsthagen, director of cloud business development for EMEA at Oracle, spoke at Internet World 2014 about how to exploit the cloud to grow your business.
Business software provider Sage is holding a special event tailored for entrepreneurs, startups and small- and medium-sized businesses on 18 June, and ITProPortal will be there to cover it live.
Our friends over at ebuyer are once again handing out technology at crazily low prices, and this time it's a crystal clear Acer K222HQL 21.5in LED VGA monitor for £69.99.
Charles Farr, the director general of the Office for Security and Counter Terrorism, has written a response to a legal challenge brought against UK spy agencies - and it isn't pretty.
John Morton, big data advisor and former regional CTO of SAS spoke at Internet World 2014 about how wise organisations are building new business models around the big data revolution.
Peter Kelly, the managing director of Virgin Media Business, spoke at Internet World 2014 about how mobile, agile working practices are cracking open the world of work, and how you can stay ahead.
The Corsair Raptor M40 is a mouse specifically designed for gaming performance, but it's also a hell of a mouse for daily use.
The Chinese government has lifted the lid on the mystery of Microsoft's secret Android patents with an astounding and unprecedented series of leaks. Does this mean war between China and Microsoft?
The Aspire V5 AO725 Netbook is less than 1in slim and 1.4kg, making it perfectly portable, and Argos are practically giving it away at the price of £149.99.
NextGen Expo Scotland is one the calendar's biggest events designed to bring together professionals from the public, private and third sectors in Scotland.
At Internet World 2014, thousands of IT, technology and digital marketing professionals will discover cutting-edge technology innovations and strategies to drive their organisation’s success.
A former hacker once convicted for hacking into NASA and the Pentagon claims to have found a way to reliably double your money by exploiting a loophole in PayPal’s system.
The Anonymous hacker collective is making good on its promise to launch cyberattacks to disrupt the 2014 FIFA World Cup, which started last night in Brazil, with a number of hacks hitting websites.
Electric car and space exploration entrepreneur Elon Musk shocked the world today by announcing that all the patents belonging to his company Tesla Motors would be flung open to the public.
Google is reportedly in talks to buy Richard Branson’s flagship space tourism project, Virgin Galactic. The move would constitute another step in the search giant’s growing interest in space.
If your computer's hard drive is getting crammed with music, movies and games, this 1TB USB 3.0 hard drive from Toshiba could be the thing for you.
ITProPortal spoke to Lori Williams, general manager of European operations for Appirio, about what a social intranet is, and how it can help your business save time, money and effort.
It's deals deals deals time again on ITProPortal. Check out this Acer TravelMate B113 i3-3227U, reduced to £279 from an RRP of £449.
You know those annoying messages on Google Chrome that say "Press ESC at any time to exit fullscreen. Allow fullscreen?" Here's how to never, ever see those again.
12,000 London black cab drivers took part in a traffic-blocking protest on the streets today, but the protest hasn't quite gone as planned, and might actually have had the opposite effect.
In this week's TNW, we talk about how Russia's startup community squares up to Silicon Valley, why Anonymous has it in for FIFA World Cup sponsors, and whether the Turing Test is still valid.
The hackers responsible for breaking into George W Bush's private email and releasing his nude self-portraits to the world has been sentenced to four years in jail by a court in his native Romania.