A lack of analysis and business intelligence is causing marketing departments to confuse and anger their prospective customers, wasting money invested in both the campaigns themselves and the business intelligence and analytics tools that support them, according to new research.
Stories by Computerworld UK staff
Demand for IT professionals with strong Linux skills will surge as a result of Google's upcoming release of the Chrome operating system, according to recruitment agency CV Screen.
The Tories could order the wholesale introduction of open source IT systems if they are returned to office at the next election.
Nortel will met its commitment to the London 2012 Olympics, despite filing for bankruptcy protection.
Salaries for IT jobs in London have plummeted 2.3 percent over the last 12 months, according to a new survey.
Scotland is to host two pioneering data centres, with plans being announced to build an eco-friendly cloud centre in Inverness, and the world's largest computing facility in Lockerbie.
Only one third of UK IT professionals are using social and professional networking sites to find their next IT positions.
Microsoft has given a preview of its forthcoming Office online product to delegates at its Professional Developer Conference.
Forrester Research analysts Marc Cecere and Laurie M. Orlov have taken a look at the most in demand jobs in IT.
Manchester Airport has started testing facial recognition at border control as part of the UK £1.2 billion (US$2.4 billion) e-Borders scheme to tighten controls.
Most IT staff would steal sensitive company information, including CEO's passwords and customer details, if they were laid off, according to a new survey from Cyber-Ark.
Malware has been detected on two pro-Tibet independence Web sites, in what could be a politically motivated attack, according to security supplier ScanSafe.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling had precious little for IT professionals or the IT industry in his first budget.
A British company has developed an intelligent security technology that can wipe data if a laptop is moved from its designated space.
The UK government is taking unprecedented steps to combat an e-mail that has been widely distributed online.