A supporter speaks out for the British web designer's proposal for government digital service, ensuring ongoing access to communications.
The Scottish Government plans to roll out Windows 8 tablet PCs from several vendors to key civil servants for use on the job.
The British National Crime Agency has sentenced its first offender after an investigation by the agency's National Cyber Crime Unit (NCCU).
The British government plans to test location-based mobile alerts that could be used to inform the public of imminent emergencies.
Barclays is using Nuance’s FreeSpeech voice biometrics software to confirm and identify customers, instead of using security questions.
British website content will be preserved along with traditional library resources in a project shared by six libraries in the UK.
If you don't craft a great mobile app strategy, then other companies will fill the gap and get your customers.
Hosting facilities for networks must become more adept at filtering software bots that foster denial-of-service attacks, because they are as likely to abet such actions as infected home PCs, AT&T's chief security officer says.
Top tips for retailers include being clear and open about cancellation rights and also providing a full refund when things go wrong.
Wolverhampton is part of the Oracle Academic Initiative, which allows it to pay very little for licenses to teach the software.
The New York Stock Exchange says it plans to use Twitter and Facebook for finding buyers and sellers to close daily trading, following a technical glitch that saw its usual method of e-mail fail.
Gartner says cloud computing is moving slower than what everyone thought it would.
Reuters News Service's blogging platform has been hacked, allowing false posts claiming that Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal had died to be published.
The London 2012 Website has deteriorated during demand during the Olympic Games, performing poorly in a number of areas.
The official London Olympics website, london2012.com, has been found to be the worst performer in a number of online tests.