Cloud-based desktop service Workspaces is now available to European users, but will Amazon's cheaper-than-the-rest package actually help businesses?
Microsoft has acquired mobile phone stalwart Nokia for a slightly higher price than that originally agreed. Suspicion still surrounds Stephen Elop who takes the executive vice-president position.
April's FashTech invaded the Net-A-Porter offices for an evening of fashionable networking and technological presentations, focusing on wearable tech and iBeacon.
Easter chocolate run out already? A 3D chocolate printer would come in handy. The Chocabyte is an affordable device that lets users customise their creations.
Firms are increasingly having to deal with advanced persistent threats to their network security. Can the concept of the kill chain help them in their fight though?
Samsung has announced a partnership that will see Deezer come free with Galaxy S5 smartphones. Subscribers will have to part with cash after six months though.
Google has invested in new robotics startup Savioke, but the Silicon Valley firm is keeping schtum about its first product offering. Robots that do the dishes? Androids that can wait tables?
Fujitsu has been selected by Halfords to handle its IT maintenance and support. The deal is hoped to achieve the retail business's 2016 plan.
Microsoft's new Skype offering provides high quality output for broadcasters, and hopes to furnish the development of new formats and creative concepts in broadcasting.
Microsoft has partnered with the Computing at Schools group to provide computing training courses for teachers across the UK
HP has unveiled two new monitors in its DreamColor range, the Z24x and the Z27x. The two displays' features build on their predecessors and are available for a cheaper price tag.
In a bid to improve its CRM, iRobot has teamed up with Trusted Shops to bring the trustmark to its UK and EMEA region units, but what stages contribute to the CRM process?
Essex County Fire & Rescue Service has won the gold innovation award at the SAP Quality Awards, a ceremony celebrating the best in software implementation strategies.
The 2014 SAP Quality Awards are today in progress at the SAP headquarters in Walldorf, Germany, where innovation is the word of the day. ITProPortal is on the ground to bring you more.
FashTech brings fashion and tech together in a series of events. ITProPortal headed down to the inaugural meet at Google Campus and had a bit of a ball.
A survey has revealed that a significant proportion of IT department heads fear that encroaching cloud sprawl is contributing to business inefficiencies.
Active Operations Management International has secured a £5m investment from Calculus Capital. This will enable the company to satisfy increasing global demand for its office management systems.
Azzurri has launched a cloud-based unified communications service, offering advanced communication solutions to firms with multiple sites. City & Guilds group are to introduce the service.
A Staffordshire hospital is to introduce Skype patient consultations. If cleared, the move is expected to significantly reduce patient wait times and alleviate an already overstretched workforce.
New social augmented reality app Taggar gives fans an unprecedented mix of physical and digital interaction with their musical heroes. Major artists have signed up to use the app.
GCHQ spies monitoring millions of webcam conversations is yet another Internet privacy attack exposed by whistleblower Edward Snowden. But what does it mean for the average webcam user?
Researchers at Liverpool University have created a virus capable of travelling between Wi-Fi Access Points, much like a contagious airborne infection. Is this the end of the world?
Has it been ten years already? 2014 is the tenth anniversary of mobile malware, according to Symantec, so we at ITProPortal thought it was time to take a look back at all the joy it's brought us.
SanDisk has announced the release of its next generation iNAND Extreme embedded flash drive at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.