Despite all the hype about iPad minis, there's no doubt the most significant product launch of the week for IT managers is the release of
Last week in Rio de Janeiro saw a gathering of the "informed elite".
That phrase is in quote marks because it's not one that I would ordinarily use, nor in fact is it one that even the person who used it wants to use, as I shall explain.
But it's the impending demise of...
So Gary McKinnon stays free - for now.
At Computer Weekly, we've followed the self-confessed hacker's story for the 10 years it's taken to fight his extradition to the US. Along the way we've seen...
When will the traditional model of software licensing die? Surely it is only a matter of time.
This week alone, we've seen
This year's Global Economic Symposium (GES) takes place in Rio de Janeiro next week, on 16-17 October.
GES is an annual event that invites stakeholders from around the world to discuss global issues, challenges and...
This is a Powerpoint slide I've used a lot lately when I've been asked to give talks on the state of IT or "the next big thing", and it usually seems to raise a smile from the audience:
HP has announced so many "turnaround plans" in the last few years that employees and customers must be getting dizzy.
As well as the