Small and medium sized enterprises are the main target of the tour that is aiming to help SMEs use technology more efficiently and foster collaboration between them.
With 2015 approaching, Howard Simms, co-founder and director of the UK’s leading mobile app developer Apadmi, gives his technology predictions for the year ahead and, in particular, how we may begin to see increased use of technology in the public sector.
Office 365 Enterprise E5 replaces Enterprise E4, which will be dropped by June 2016, and will cost £261.60 annually per user compared to £193.20 for its predecessor.
The growth in high-speed internet connectivity across Europe, the increasing adoption of cloud services, the consumerisation of IT and the move towards mobile working are trends that, in theory, play to the strengths of SMBs.
Us Brits are renowned for our superior levels of patience and tolerance, but new research from Delphix suggests that this doesn't transfer to the digital world.
The sheer number of sites attempting to revoke and reissue their security certificates following the reveal of Heartbleed could have an effect on the speed of browsers, say analysts.
Industry analysts at Gartner have emphasised the importance of CIOs taking a bimodal approach to strike a balance between fluid innovation and stability. Rather than resisting change, organisations need to adapt to ensure that the continuous disruptions facing their business are turned into new opportunities. Read more: EMC survey finds 73% worried about keeping pace with...
Iranian President, Hassan Rouhani, extolled the virtues of the Internet in a state speech on Monday. Rouhani's embracing of high-speed Internet has faced much opposition from political adversaries.
A privacy watchdog for Hamburg, who was speaking on behalf of the entire country, has ruled that Google needs to allow users further control of how data is aggregated.
California chip making giant Intel, British software developers SwiftKey, and Professor Stephen Hawking were in London today unveiling a new communications platform that will help ease communications for disabled people around the world.
The Robotics and Autonomous Systems Mission 2014 took eight UK startups out to Silicon Valley. ITPP went along and mulled over the open innovation process.
The new home security product is able to detect unusual events all over the house, using machine learning and low frequency sound waves undetectable to human ears.
Security and data-mining expert Kreshnik Musaraj of Thales spoke about the importance of trust in mobility services. He told a packed hall about the use case of mobility services in France.
The second annual Trust in the Digital World conference has got off to an impressive start, bringing in leaders from industry, government and digital identity to tackle the problems of the new age.
The sole purpose of the Federal Communications Commission is to regulate cable, satellite, radio, television, wired and wireless communications.
Can you function without an internet connection? We’d hope so, but another study has emerged which has shown that young folks find net connectivity and smartphones are just as important as fresh air to breathe.
Yesterday Newcastle launched Go Digital Newcastle, an economy boosting plan intended to turn the city into one of the UK’s first super-connected metropolises.
Digital Economy Minister Ed Vaizey has urged businesses to apply for £3000 broadband grants before it’s too late.
Upwards of 50% of calls delivered to front-line Police officers are said to have originated from complaints relating to social media.
A recent report by communications regulator Ofcom has found that although superfast broadband is on the rise in the UK, the rollout is uneven across the country.