The pressure to achieve business efficiency and sustainability is piled on IT managers more than anyone else in business, according to a new IDC survey.
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Businesses should plan a thorough data loss prevention strategy before talking to suppliers, Gartner has advised.
The UK government's national pandemic flu website, hosted by BT, crashed within four minutes of going live yesterday.
The National Portrait Gallery has set off a legal fight against Wikipedia.
Businesses in Britain are "underwhelmed" with software as a service, according to Gartner.
A disc array fault left thousands of Barclays customers unable to access their bank accounts online or withdraw money from cash machines in the south of England for three hours yesterday.
HP is set to axe 850 manufacturing jobs in the UK, according to trade union Unite.
The UK National Policing Improvement Agency will set up mobile access to its central Holmes 2 investigation system.
Large outsourcing deals signed by businesses increased in number last year, but they remained rare compared to pre-2007 figures.
Firms are diverting their attention away from green IT projects in order to save money during the recession, according to a Gartner report.
A specialist police squad is being established to help businesses in the City of London tackle data theft.
BMW has renewed an outsourcing deal with Accenture to help it reduce the number of software suppliers it uses and eliminate many of its legacy systems.
IT contractors are pushing for longer term work, even at the expense of pay, according to research.
Hospitals in eight NHS trusts had to resort to using pen and paper when a datacentre hardware fault cut off their access to new multi-billion pound patient systems.
India's outsourcing industry faces a shake up in the wake of the £1 billion (A$2.2 billion) Satyam fraud scandal, but remains "one of the safest places to outsource" predicts Wipro.