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IT will have a key role to play allowing Chancellor Alistair Darling to meet his budget promises of investing the UK's way out of recession.
Merrill Lynch will move many of its IT contracts from struggling Indian software firm Satyam Computer Services to rival Tata Consultancy Services, according to Indian newspaper The Economic Times.
More than half (53%) of local authorities believe rolling out standardised systems and processes would cut costs, according to new figures.
Heavy snow fall across Britain has highlighted weaknesses in UK's digital infrastructure planning, just as clearly as it revealed the failure of the country's physical infrastructure to cope.
The jobs market in IT is holding up better than in other sectors of the economy, according to a new report from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG.
Nine out of ten companies plan to grow their use of software-as-a-service (SaaS) in the next year, according to a survey by Gartner.
Human error is the number one IT security issues for UK IT directors, according to a poll conducted by YouGov.
Only one third of IT professionals are using social and professional networking sites to find their next IT positions.
Open-source software is almost universal in the enterprise a survey from analyst group Garner has confirmed.
Government, business and academics must do more to ensure the web remains an open platform, says Sir Tim Berners Lee, the founder of the world wide web.
A major new study into students' attitudes to careers in IT show a general belief that IT offers well paid work with good prospects, but that it is still not attractive to non-IT graduates.
Lenovo launched ThinkCentre A61e ultra small form factor desktop in India. The company claims it be the smallest, quietest and most energy-efficient desktop yet.
Phishing attacks in the U.S. soared in 2007 as £1.6 billion (US$3.2 billion) was lost to these attacks, according to a survey by Gartner.
Interest in the deployment of open source enterprise applications is lagging far behind knowledge of and deployment of the Linux operating system, according to a survey from analyst group Forrester Research.