British students coordinated their recent mass demonstrations using social media sites, including Twitter and Facebook.
SAP has vowed to make all data from its systems that would be useful on the move available on mobile devices.
Remote staff using Facebook are seen as the biggest security and productivity threat to mobile working, according to research.
Businesses should test Microsoft Windows 7 this year, in order to orchestrate a move away from Windows XP by 2012.
Google is moving its employees off the Microsoft Windows operating system as part of efforts to improve security, it has been reported.
Microsoft touts easy access to data from PCs, laptops, and mobile devices in its update.
Jimmy Wales, co-founder of Wikipedia, has revoked some his site founder's privileges after contributors protested that he had deleted images of children without warning.
Security concerns aren't deterring online shoppers, but they still don't know how to protect themselves, study reveals.
Businesses are taking a hiatus from green IT to put priority on direct cost-cutting, Gartner says.
The Alliance to Save Energy urges a change in attitude and practices of leaving systems on at night.
Gartner offers a business guide to Twitter as a useful resource but security risk.
IT departments continue to boost spending on green initiatives, Forrester reports.
The UK leads in green IT strategy, although research reveals that half of European firms are making headway.
Doctors are carrying unencrypted patient data on portable storage devices, a London study warns.