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Google has acquired Divide, a company whose mobile app allows users to separate smartphone data into business and personal categories.
Fujitsu has released a number of new PC, thin-client and tablet devices aimed at business users, focusing largely security.
Organisations are failing to take basic security precautions resulting in data breaches, according to the ICO.
IBM has announced that the Elastic Storage software used by its Watson supercomputer to answer Jeopardy! questions will be sold commercially.
HP has announced an investment of more than US$1 billion in cloud products and services, including its new Helion offerings.
The global CRM software market showed double-digit growth in 2013 with competition increasing amongst the biggest providers.
New research into remote working has found that factors like WiFi and printer access in coffee shops are increasingly important factors for mobile workers.
A new report has found that UK businesses were less likely to suffer a security breach in the last year, but that it would be more costly if they did.
According to Apple, the iPad has a 91 per cent share of the enterprise tablet market and a 95 per cent share of the education tablet market.
Two new reports suggest that the 3D printing industry is set to see huge growth over the next few years in both the consumer and business sectors.
A new report by Verizon has found that nine patterns make up about 92% of cyber-threats and that it's getting harder to detect them.
A new report suggests that UK businesses will use their IT departments for strategic input as technology spend continues to ramp up.
A report by Gartner suggests that a "risk-on" period is causing a marked focus in targeting growth among business this year.
On top of a pre-tax annual loss of $2.18 (£1.3) billion, the Co-op bank will have to cough up a further $679 (£400) million for breaching the Consumer Credit Act.
A server security flaw dubbed the "Heartbleed Bug" has been uncovered that puts Internet users at risk.
Thousands of computers in the UK public sector are still running Windows XP, prompting governments to pay for extra support.
A new Kaspersky Lab report has found that around one-third of phishing attacks were aimed at stealing money in 2013, an increase from 2012.
Greenpeace has release a report that praises Apple, Facebook and Google for their green energy efforts, which it says are driving a "renewable energy revolution."