But enterprises may be looking at subscription models
Controversial Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill passed by MPs
TfL’s CIO Steve Townsend tells Sooraj Shah how data is crucial to make improvements for passengers and staff at the organisation
Despite years of encouragement from central government to adopt open source software, many public sector IT chiefs are clinging to proprietary tools. Stuart Sumner finds out why
Meanwhile, Edward Snowden suggests that Dropbox is 'hostile to privacy'
Imposing security from above can make IT the ‘Department of No’, writes John Leonard, meaning it’s important to strike the right balance
Successful candidate must have strong strategic leadership experience gained at a senior level, says NHS
Illegally downloading games and films? Expect an email from your ISP soon
Gyges, developed by Russian intelligence, is used in banking Trojans and 'ransomware'
CityFibre the latest company in talks with Google over move across the Atlantic
Fake emails discovered designed to harvest logins and passwords
Stephen Elop touts Microsoft's terrific "severance benefits" in email to staff
Britain's small businesses woefully under prepared to protect themselves against hackers, claims Kaspersky Labs
NSA whistleblower argues Dropbox is a 'PRISM wannabe," urges use of SpiderOak private storage service
Government wants to partner with a data centre provider in a deal that could be worth £700m
The datacentre summit will demonstrate how CIO’s are successfully navigating the architectural and strategic challenges around the datacentre.
The UK IT Industry Awards are the benchmark for excellence throughout the computer industry.