The majority of European business leaders do not believe that IT is a facilitator for achieving their business priorities.
Stories by Antony Savvas
Combined legal and market factors may force Cloud providers to offer more flexible contract terms, suggests new research from Queen Mary, University of London.
The majority of chief information officers across Europe believe the cloud will provide their main IT operating channel by 2014, according to research.
Half of the world's top airlines are spending more this year on IT and telecoms, according to the annual SITA/Airline Business Airline IT Trends Survey.
Widespread adoption of cloud computing could be threatened because IT departments do not have the time to get it off the ground, according to a report.
Lawyers for the defence of Raj Rajaratnam, who is accused of inside trading on stocks including AMD, Intel and IBM, have rested their case in New York.
One of the world's "leading experts" in the use of high-performance computing (HPC) for modelling natural disasters such as earthquakes and tsunamis, will be speaking about his latest research at an international event in Bristol.
A United Nations report into disaster relief calls for improved data sharing and technology collaboration between agencies to help save lives.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has claimed Bill Gates was "scheming to rip me off" over a share of the company during the time Allen was receiving treatment for cancer in the 1980s.
Too many organisations do not have comprehensive compliance policies in place for its use, according to Gartner.
UK football fans are in the clear after a World Cup football ticket data breach scare broke last year.
The outlook for the IT industry is improving, according to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Investment bank JPMorgan Chase & Co is reportedly giving its investment bankers Apple iPads to help complete their work while on the move.
IT departments are failing to address an applications "black hole" with IT managers in the dark about software usage and cost.
Demand for IT professionals within the retail sector has jumped 46 percent over the last six months, driven by sales channel upgrades, according to ReThink Recruitment.