A survey by totaljobs and Dods Research has discovered that a number of public sector workers believe that progress is being slowed by a lack of skills in key areas.
Microsoft has revealed a number of new updates for its cloud platform Azure, including merged resource management groups and increased developer flexibility.
Microsoft's WinJS toolset has been made open source to allow developers to create apps that can be multi-platform, including compatibility with Chrome, iOS and FireFox.
Intel's CEO has announced a new batch of investments into Chinese development by the company, part of an ongoing program in the country.
2014 will see a resurrection of IT spending as the global economy shows signs of recovery with data centers, devices and enterprise leading the growth.
Research has found that security professionals have a lack of understanding when it comes to Advanced Evasion Techniques used by hackers.
A large number of businesses are wary of using cloud services due to leaks published by NSA whistle blower Edward Snowden.
AT&T, Cisco, GE, IBM and Intel have unveiled the formation of the Industrial Internet Consortium, a membership group focused on breaking down barriers in tech.
Chinese internet company Baidu has won the dismissal of a US lawsuit by pro-democracy activists claiming that it repressed free speech.
In order to compete with its competitors in the cloud, Google has started to slash prices for data storage and big data analysis.
Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg and Ashton Kutcher have invested around $40 million into a company that hopes to replicate the human brain in computer code.
Vulnerability causing corrupted system memory has been allowed criminals to attack machines through the popular word processor
Tumblr has added the option of enabling two-factor authentication on its site, giving users extra security for their accounts.
IDC has reported that thin client enterprise shipments have experienced another year-on-year growth, with HP and Dell ranking among the largest vendors.
A report from Arbor Networks and the Economist Intelligence Unit has found that the majority of businesses are not fully prepared for cyber attacks.
Samsung and Telefónica have partnered up to deliver the former's mobile security offering KNOX to Telefónica's enterprise customers.
Arrest follows online publication of staff salaries, bank details and address info of Morrisons employees.
Toshiba and SanDisk have filed separate lawsuits against South Korean company Hynix over reports that the latter stole flash memory data.
A survey conducted by jobsite CWJobs has revealed that a large portion of IT professionals reckon wearables will be outselling other electronics, while the UK falls behind in funding.
A slide leaked by Edward Snowden has shown that the NSA appropriated botnets to use as spying platforms, possibly infecting millions of computers.
The Payments Council has revealed the name of their new payment mechanism, Paym, which is being launched later this year.
D-Link has released its new SmartPro switch series, the DGS-1510, with a host of new features to help SMBs improve their networking solutions.
Intel has developed a super-speedy fibre-optic cable for use in cloud, big data and supercomputing scenarios.
A senior VP at IBM has said that enterprise customers prefer their employees to be using Windows Phone devices.