Two thirds of British IT managers have admitted they are not ready for version 3 of the ITIL best practice framework, new research has shown.
Stories by Computerworld UK staff
Lawyers representing EDS argued Monday that a damages claim being made by BSkyB over a contract to deliver a CRM system was "artificial" and only made to allow Sky to "claim absurd and extravagant amounts of money."
CIOs need to be aware of the environmental impact of the whole organization, and whether IT helps or hinders green efforts, analyst group Gartner has said.
Businesses need to become more proactive about managing their reputation online as the risks of operating on the web are on the increase, according to research from Gartner.
Business users of open source software should review their open-source licensing agreements, audit their use, and create formal policies for managing source code, especially mixed-source code.
Almost half of British IT managers are fed up because they have to buy more storage than they need, according to research by technology maket research company Vanson Bourne.
The launch of the UK banking industry’s Faster Payments Service has been held back until May 2008, having originally been slated to go live in November.
The U.K. government has stepped up its commitment to its controversial e-Borders program, pledging £1.2 billion (US$2.4 billion) partly on the strength of the success of pilot projects which it claims have resulted in over 1,000 arrests.
The first computer virus to appear in the wild is celebrating its 25th birthday this month.
PayPal has launched a product aimed at helping small and medium-sized businesses accept online payments securely and cost-effectively.
Online advertising hosts 80% of all instances of malicious code, security experts warn.