Linx is now deploying BlackDiamond X8 switches from Extreme Networks in preparation for the Olympics to handle the onslaught of Internet traffic.
Almost two-thirds of mobile employees say they are working 50 to 60 hour-plus weeks, with most working weekends too, according to research.
Car insurance firm insurethebox is using a business analytics appliance to analyse drivers' habits and set insurance premiums based on how safe they drive using telematics.
Despite the majority of UK citizens saying they access government services digitally, a third are concerned about their personal data.
ARM has launched a higher-performance chip for laptops that also delivers more efficient power management.
Tablet users are being let down by poor-performing websites and the companies behind those websites are potentially losing large amounts of cash as a result.
The European Banking Authority says new top level domains for the financial services industry could boost fraud and phishing.
A further sign of industry-specific SaaS development?
The system is seen as a future way to help comatose and locked-in patients to communicate.
The bureau is accepting proposals to design a system that tracks social networks to learn more about criminal behavior.
PC recycling charity Computer Aid International has launched its Christmas Appeal, seeking donations of cash and computers for developing countries.
Recruitment agencies have reported a dip in the overall number of permanent job placements during October, but the IT sector showed a slight increase.
In light of the recent Apple Siri and RIM BlackBerry outages firms will avoid moving to cloud services unless suppliers stop "designing them to fail."
Public sector bodies have been urged by governments and analysts to move toward shared services to save money in response to budget cutbacks.
"We do not know why the system failed," BlackBerry CEO says of the data center crash that caused its biggest network outage.