The UK is the biggest electronic patient record market in Europe, with $2.1bn expected to be spent on the technology by the end of 2015
California-based cloud provider CenturyLink will bring hyperscale storage/compute as-a-service to the UK from summer 2014
IBM is holding a competition to find app developers for its Jeopardy-winning supercomputer Watson.
A smartphone designed for the defence and security industries has been developed by Boeing.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) outlines plans to cut costs and improve customer services, slashing the number of IT systems in the process
The NHS is to buy its new NHSMail2 email service through a framework which has been tendered by the Government Procurement Service
After RSA 2014, are we any closer to understanding RSA's relationship with the NSA?
Contactless transactions are on the rise, with WorldPay reporting annual growth of over 226%
MasterCard and Syniverse have launched a number of mobile and payment services for mobile users to use while travelling abroad
One third of all UK online sales were made using a mobile device in the last quarter of 2013
The telecoms giant will be seeking top science, technology and business graduates, as well as school leavers and out of work youngsters in this government approved recruitment drive
The latest Samsung Knox products have been designed to help small to medium-sized businesses invest in enterprise mobility
Organisations running Windows XP should migrate to a more recent version of the operating system for security reasons, says Microsoft
Microsoft says it is determined to solve the problem of ineffective authentication that relies on usernames and passwords