Finding the right IT staff remains a challenge for large companies, according to a roundtable of executives.
Stories by Leo King
Smartphones are seen as a more of a security risk than laptops and mobile storage devices, according to new research.
The UK government could track all emails and phone calls made in the UK, if its plans for a vast centralized database go ahead.
The UK government has missed another opportunity to commit to an Internet crime response unit, despite vowing to better police communications data in the interests of national security.
Open source has made a dramatic reappearance on the radar of the NHS' £12.4 billion IT strategy.
'Crimeware as a service', where criminals use online cybercrime services instead of running their own servers and software, is the latest development in internet crime, according to a report.
A blame game is emerging over IT failures at Heathrow's £4.3bn Terminal 5, after new problems emerged at the weekend, a week on since the opening of British Airways' new hub.
The UK government is at the center of another data scandal after it was revealed over 11,000 military ID cards have been lost or stolen in the last two years.
IT executives fear there is a growing security risk from remote workers.
The UK Home Office has launched an investigation after a buyer acquired a laptop on eBay that contained a disc with confidential information.
HM Revenue & Customs has admitted that its Pensions Scheme online filing service was hit on Friday by technical failures similar to those that stopped large numbers of users from filing their tax returns online last week.
A 16-fold growth in malware and a proliferation of spam were two of the greatest security problems facing the internet in 2007, according to an end-of-year report from management software vendor CA.
Carphone Warehouse has cut the time it typically needs to extract business intelligence data from 12 hours to 30 minutes after upgrading to an improved data integration tool to "stop the madness" of separately accessing complex data across its multiple lines of business.
Facebook, LinkedIn and other social networking sites have become the top tool for hiring IT staff, a new survey among recruitment companies reveals.
IT security professionals need to take steps to properly manage how employee-owned consumer devices are used in the workplace, analysts warned at Gartner's IT security summit in London this week.