Securing support is even more difficult than getting budget or recruiting skilled workers
A spoiler-free verdict of the latest from a galaxy far, far away
Leading-edge gaming technology for below £900? Don't be so sure...
4K, teraflops and all the rest are no replacement for decent games - when is the arms race going to end?
Government promises to up the current 10Mbps minimum via secondary legislation to get the Digital Economy Bill through before the election
New research shows how cloud has yet to penetrate most IT workloads in the UK
DDR5 memory standard coming in 2018, offering twice the bandwith of DDR4 and greater power efficiency
Development of new NVDIMM-P also "progressing quickly"
Fifteen per cent of UK organisations store ALL of their data in the cloud
As literacy rates stall, robots keep on learning
"They'd want to just spin up tin and charge us for that over a five-year period" says Joanna Smith
Founder Nick Ogden says security of platform key selling point
5G connected-car trials on three kilometre section of French roads declared a success
Debunking the nonsense and hype around the "next generation" of wireless data
Firm unveils rival to Skype for Business
'Last minute issue' to blame, but firm coy on specifics
Stop 'pinging' sensitive documents over WhatsApp, urge public-sector IT leaders
Customers get access to tech giant's 10,000 patent portfolio, and other assurances
How the "Dynamic Delivery Framework" is developing the betting giant's future
$605m acquisition "fits squarely within our strategy" says Whitman
SMBs need to offer "higher pay, career progression and flexible working" to keep staff, warns Databarracks MD
Even small firms can incubate, claims Peter Groucutt
Risk of higher tax from inefficient government systems, warns accounting software firm
The world changed, but did Nintendo?
Government backs scheme to ensure more people have basic IT skills