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V3's Madeline Bennett

iPad sales decline highlights value of Apple-IBM enterprise mobility deal

BYOD is best target market to turn around tablet sales, says V3 editor Madeline Bennett

V3 reporter Dan Worth

Apple and IBM alliance is a shrewd move that Microsoft must fear

Apple partnership with Big Blue poses serious questions for Microsoft, writes V3 news editor Dan Worth

V3's Dan Robinson

Windows 7 mainstream support ending is no cause for panic

Windows users have another five years to decide what comes after Windows 7

iOS Voice Memos bug shows the danger of relying on free apps

Key business tasks need the proper tools, says V3 editor Madeline Bennett

Android L and Wear take centre stage as Google races to improve security

Flashy UI changes and smartwatches mask true innovation at Google I/O 2014, says V3's Alastair Stevenson

World Cup and Wimbledon prove the power of social media

Major events show how important social networking has become in all areas of life, argues V3 news editor Dan Worth

Rush for .uk domains shows digital economy is alive and kicking

Record sign-up shows firms still view UK as key market to target, says V3's Alastair Stevenson

BYOD a fading fad as IT challenges prove too great

BYOD hasn't really happened because it was unworkable from the start, argues V3 technology editor Dan Robinson

Raspberry Pi and Intel Edison will lead to a new home computing revolution

Devices make it possible for hobbyists to get involved in driving technology forwards once more, lauds V3 technology editor Dan Robinson

Ebay password debacle an excellent example of how not to do security

The auction site has failed its customers over password reset requirement, says V3 editor Madeline Bennett

Convergence, security and cloud: Microsoft finally gets Intune with business needs

V3's Alastair Stevenson examines the long-term significance of TechEd 2014's news announcements

Big data may soon be central to doing business

Big data may be intimidating, but it could hold the key to better business decisons

Heartbleed, Android and the cloud: nothing’s safe and no-one cares

V3 news editor Dan Worth ponders the future of security after a month of turmoil

Twitter design overhaul sparks minimal resistance as benefits of change embraced

Social users are maturing as they accept social site overhauls, argues V3 special projects editor Rosalie Marshall

Parallels and Red Hat Containers could take cloud to new heights

Recent developments show that clouds in future need to be more than just farms of virtual machines, argues V3 technical editor Dan Robinson

David Cameron's copyright review starts with a bang, ends with a whimper

UK business unlikely to see promised benefits of copyright law overhaul, says lawyer Mark Owen

PRISM woes and CISP holes: CERT-UK has its work cut out

Emergency response team opens in the knick of time, says V3 reporter Alastair Stevenson

Office for iPad shows Microsoft has woken up and smelled the coffee

Support for Apple's tablet shows Microsoft understands we are now in a multi-platform world, claims V3 technical editor Dan Robinson

The Internet of Things is too valuable to let privacy concerns impact uptake

Users need to choose products from vendors that offer proper data protection, says V3 editor Madeline Bennett

Web@25: An amazing journey but we must fight for its future

We must keep the web free, open and neutral, argues V3 news editor Dan Worth

Android woes could be an opportunity for Ubuntu smartphones

A Linux-based 'superphone' could draw interest from professionals worried by Android security flaws and Google's intentions, argues V3's Daniel Robinson

MWC: Galaxy S5 is a great smartphone, but Samsung’s Knox upgrades are game-changing

V3 reporter Alastair Stevenson explores the importance of Knox in the Korean firm's bid to secure Android

Wearable technology in business: big data benefits bring legal and privacy risks

Firms need to prepare for the impact of the Bring Your Own Wearable Device trend, advises lawyer Louise Taylor

Windows XP: It’s dead, get over it

XP diehards cannot expect Microsoft to support the platform indefinitely, argues V3 technical editor Dan Robinson

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