The U.K buys 12 months of "breathing space" before support for Windows XP expires.
Convicted computer hackers could be recruited to join the government's new Joint Cyber Reserve, the unit's chief has said.
Domino's Pizza has revealed that its e-commerce function has helped deliver a 11 percent increase in its total sales for the first half of 2012.
A British agency that had dismissed the matter decides to take a second look at possible privacy violations when Google gathered data for its online maps.
Company won't comment on reports as CEO Whitman visits customers and HP prepares to announce its quarterly financials this month.
Virgin Media suffered a DDoS (distributed denial of service) attack on its website at the hands of The Pirate Bay supporters yesterday.
The 2008 Beijing Olympics experienced 12 million cybersecurity attacks, and organizers expect hackers will try to "disrupt" this year's Games as well.
Analyst urges firms to hire software developers who take part in Open Source projects, because it shows they're keeping their skills current.
British and U.S. cybercrime investigators have shut down 36 websites accused of selling stolen bank account information during a crackdown.
Video currently has the biggest impact on business networks, according to network solution providers.
Only 40 percent of businesses provide data to their employees in true real time, a survey has found.
Most of the companies adopting Google Apps are small and midsize businesses, not massive corporations, says Google.
Organizations may be able to reduce their hardware costs by buying blade servers bundled with other kit, according to analyst IDC.