The decisions made by BT, by far the largest communications provider in the UK, have a huge impact, whether it is on the broadband we consumer or on tech in general.
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The British telecoms incumbent has had a tough first quarter, with an overall revenue decline driven by the European recession offset by a decent performance in its broadband division
Welsh broadband is set to get a significant speed boost if the European Commission approves a £425m project with a contribution of around £220m from BT
The regulator has been able to allocate numbers to BT and other telcos for free until now, but on Wednesday it announced a test of annual charges in a bid to relieve the shortage in some areas
BT Openreach has formally launched its portfolio of up-to-330Mbps FTTP products for other ISPs, which will then resell them to homes and small businesses
British Telecom, the U.K.'s largest broadband provider, is the last ISP to comply with a court order blocking access to The Pirate Bay. But the block was futile and circumvented in a matter of minutes.
British ISPs have begun blocking access to The Pirate Bay. The court-issued block only applies to ISPs. There is nothing stopping customers from circumventing the blocks.
Mobile phone giant Vodafone is set to buy Cable & Wireless Worldwide for $1.67 billion.
The UK's Digital Economy Act, which forces ISPs to send out notifications to alleged file-sharers who infringe copyright, will go ahead after the two largest ISPs' appeal fails.
A legal notice against Accenture along with working beyond 200 Million citizen registration limit have the UIDAI in a tough place.
New ranking of 15 global services giants underscores shift from green IT know-how to broader corporate sustainability expertise.
Net neutrality is only necessary because American carriers have a bottleneck on the last mile.
British PM will announce later today a London 'rival to Silicon Valley' ready for the 2012 Olympics, enticing in new graduates to work with backing from Facebook, Google, Cisco and Intel.
25 IT services players boast formal sustainability or green IT practices
This question has been bouncing around in my head for the past couple of weeks, ever since I spoke with Orange Business Services, which was recently recognized by analyst firm Verdantix pretty high up on its matrix of sustainable telecommunications companies (sadly, the list is just specific to Europe): How green is your wireless carrier or broader telecommunications company?
The paths of CEOs and CIOs are starting to cross and if the CIO becomes more engaged in the company itself, as it's been suggested, shouldn't the CEO also take a greater interest in company's technology?