Small to medium businesses (SMBs) are risking the loss of valuable corporate data because they are failing to take enough steps to secure their data and are not backing it up.
Stories by Tom Jowitt
New research has found that companies are expecting their in-house data centre capacity to decrease going forward, despite most organisations moving their client server-based applications into the cloud.
A US company has upgraded its cross-platform videoconferencing service and at the same time launched a new plan designed to broaden its appeal to the small to medium business (SMB) segment.
Most organisations are getting a poor return on their investments in firewalls due to the complex issues in managing them. This is despite the fact that enterprises are facing on average 300 network attacks every year.
Virtualisation market leader VMware has introduced what it is calling the industry's first operating system for building the internal cloud.<br/>
Fujitsu Siemens Computers (FSC) is to offer a security bundle for its customers that will allow them to locate their laptops, as well as protect confidential data, in case of theft.
Opera Software, which is battling hard for market share with Google's Chrome, is promising users a faster surfing experience, an improved email client, and better browser-synchronisation capabilities, with the latest version of its browser launched last week.
The U.K. operations of archiving specialist Plasmon have been placed in administration, as the company continues takeover talks with a potential buyer.
Research In Motion (RIM) is continuing to confront the encroachment of Apple's iPhone into its traditional business arena, with a second iPhone killer device, this time featuring a touch screen. The device, which it is expected Vodafone New Zealand will announce this afternoon, will be officially available exclusively to Vodafone subscribers in Europe, India, Australia and New Zealand, and Verizon Wireless subscribers in the United States soon.
European companies are increasingly adopting virtualisation and adding sophistication to their virtualised infrastructures, according to a new survey released by analyst house IDC.
CA, long regarded as one of the most acquisitive IT companies with a massive product portfolio, has quietly undergone a software development overhaul so it can offer customers a better integrated product set.
IBM has officially launched the commercial version of its Lotus Symphony suite of productivity applications, and looks set amount a challenge to Microsoft Office in its enterprise heartland.
IBM has joined the in-memory database (IMDB) party after launching the IBM solidDB, which it claims will deliver data 10 times faster than a conventional relational database.
Public sector computer users are more computer compliant than their private sector brethren when it comes to storing data, despite high profile disasters such as the HM Revenue & Customs losing 25 million personal records in the post.
An independent watchdog body has urged the U.K. telecoms regulator to come up with a mandatory code of practice for U.K. broadband ISPs, to allay user concerns that they are being short-changed over broadband speeds.
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