To coincide with World Paper Free Day, research from Iron Mountain and PwC reveals paper is the top information security threat to two thirds of UK businesses. Strange.
Microsoft Word's auto-capitalisation feature is useful most of the time, but for some documents it can become an annoyance. Here's how to turn it off.
Users of the Microsoft customer relationship management system will be able to perform actions with voice commands, thanks to integration with personal assistant Cortana.
New research by Tyba.com has found that employees value the team morale and creative environment, great social life and shared enthusiasm experienced working for a startup.
It's official. Microsoft has stopped selling retail copies of certain versions of Windows 7 and 8. Further, statistics suggest that users are finally shifting from outdated versions of Windows.
Demand for big data professionals in the UK far outstrips supply, a fact which has caused salaries to rocket. Investment must be made to avoid a major skills gap, says report.
Research has found that DevOps has moved from the minority to the mainstream, offering real benefits to business. The UK, however, has been slow to get on board.
The Gmail drafts folder provides hackers with a sneaky way of sharing malware, enabling them to hack deep into computers and steal user data.
According to a recent report, over 70 per cent of organisations are using the cloud to run mission critical applications - an increase on 2013 figures.
The electric car maker has added to its existing network of charging stations in the UK with a "Supercharger" facility at Edinburgh Airport.
Here's a nifty looking laptop, suitable for everyday computing and entertainment, and in a colour that's bound to stand. PC World are kindly offering a tasty deal on this HP device.
This week, 23-year old enterpreneur Ted Nash tells the story of his startup Tapdaq, a community driven mobile ad exchange for app developers.
MozFest, Mozilla's 1,600-strong hackathon kicks off Friday 24 October and in the build-up, Mark Surman, executive director of the Mozilla Foundatio shared his take on privacy and self-expression.
After years of difficulty and company restructuring, Nokia's quarterly earnings have shown the former mobile giant to be back in profit.
Alastair Stewart, founder and CEO of Etc Venues, is to host the October edition of Startup Grind, offering attendees guidance, advice and a wealth of business knowledge.
A report has highlighted the safety, security and privacy issues concerned with the increased use of drones in the UK over the next 20 years.
Chief marketing officer and "Mighty Eagle" of Rovio Entertainment Ltd., Peter Vesterbacka, joined a panel to discuss the gamification of education at Moscow Open Innovations forum.
Lloyd Price, co-founder of online healthcare marketplace and bookings service Zesty, chatted to us about demystifying the market, using Uber/Hailo analogies and hiring for passion.
In the build-up to the Microsoft Windows 9 launch, here are a few thoughts on why Windows 9 is going to be really rather good. All based on rumours, hopes and dreams of course.
Qualcomm, Facebook, and other tech companies are exploring how smartphones' LTE radio can be used to connect them directly to other devices up to 500 metres.
Amazon's Indian division has done surprisingly well in just over a year's existence. Jeff Bezos has said how investment will continue though to further strengthen the company's presence.
In the build-up to Sir Tim Berners-Lee's keynote at IP EXPO 2014, leading IT experts gathered to slug it out over where the web might be in 2050.
The iPhone 6 Plus bending fiasco has caused widespread anger amongst the proud new owners of the Apple smartphone. Now it's the turn of the HTC One M8, Moto X, and others to take the bendgate test.