Sainsbury's has announced it will be investing in its IT systems to support and develop its growing online platforms.
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Karl Landert, chief information officer (CIO) of Credit Suisse, is stepping down from his position.
The government plans to provide 5,000 mentors to help women set up their own businesses
Virgin Media Business has finally launched its first Cloud service, the Virtual Private Data Centre (VPDC), in partnership with web hosting and services provider Savvis.
A number of Linux websites, including LinuxFoundation.org and Linux.com, have been pulled offline after a security breach.
Fujitsu workers who are members of Unite union have announced plans to extend strike activity to Manchester over the sacking of union activist Alan Jenney.
Cisco could be set to cut 10,000 jobs in a bid to slash costs by $1 billion (£632 million), according to media reports.
JP Morgan is now able to run risk analysis and price its global credit portfolio in near real-time after implementing application-led, High Performance Computing (HPC) capabilities developed by Maxeler Technologies.
<a href="http://www.virginmedia.com">Virgin Media</a> has warned 1,500 customers that their PC has been infected by malware.
British Gas has launched a new, two-year apprenticeship scheme in Information Systems for school leavers.
Nearly half (49 per cent) of firms that use virtualisation say they have delays in resolving IT problems because of a lack of visibility into their whole IT infrastructure, according to a survey.
Oracle has updated customers on the latest Fusion Applications news, but avoided any mention of when the long-awaited software suite would actually be available.
Cloud platforms are increasingly the "test bed for new collaborative experiences" in the enterprise, analyst Gene Leganza told Forrester's Enterprise Architecture Forum in London yesterday.
Information security professionals should treat cloud computing as they would any other external supplier, according to an analyst at the Information Security Forum.
Nearly three-quarters (73 percent) of female managers believe that there is still a glass ceiling, according to new research from the Institute of Leadership & Management (IL&M).