Nearly half of the 1,700 IT managers polled in a pan-European survey do not receive guidelines on which emails should and shouldn’t be saved.
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London's financial district -- known as The City -- will have saturated Wi-Fi access within six months, city officials announced Monday.
Businesses will face a ten-fold increase in the amount of information generated by their IT systems over the next five years, research firm Gartner says.
Microsoft is warning of two bugs in its software that could potentially give unauthorized control or access over a person's computer, while a third problem has been highlighted by a security research company.
Microsoft's forthcoming Internet Explorer (IE) 7 browser will have a thorough flush feature that clears its history and all associated files stored after a Web site is accessed.
China's smart tag market is projected to grow around 33.2 percent per year, buoyed by government support and promotion, according to a report released Wednesday by Analysys International.
Microsoft is receiving scattered reports that one of the security patches issued last week for Internet Explorer (IE) is causing problems for users testing a new beta version of the browser alongside the existing version, according to a company blogger.
The Swiss government will switch to Suse Linux on more than 300 public-sector servers as those systems are upgraded, an official confirmed Wednesday.
Software vendors are still employing aggressive methods to lock in sales, according to a new study by market analyst Ovum.
Adobe Systems Inc. will reduce part of its workforce in light of its acquisition of Macromedia Inc., saying Monday that employees who don't lose their jobs may be offered relocation packages.
Six weeks after Oracle bought Finnish software developer Innobase, MySQL is working to provide its customers with an alternative to the open-source InnoDB database engine often used at the heart of its product, a MySQL executive says.
The latest variant of the Sober worm is aiming for the top virus of the year spot, with a staggering one in 14 emails containing it, according to the antivirus vendor Sophos.
EDS has agreed to pay £71.25 million (NZ$177 million) to the British government’s tax agency after trouble with an IT system that tracked tax credits.
A former Microsoft Corp. employee was sentenced to four years in prison Friday for illegally selling the company's software, netting him US$2.3 million, court documents show.
Microsoft fleshed out its road map for transitioning customers to 64-bit computing and unveiled updates to several of its management and server products at its IT Forum 2005 conference in Barcelona on Tuesday.