A European Commission taskforce warns of spending shortfall, as Microsoft admits software for small businesses is "just too expensive".
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Heading a failed IT project should carry a similar penalty to medical malpractice, according to a senior executive at the software giant
The company says the photo-editing software, as well as video-editing package Premiere Elements 7, will be released in October
Security analyst Jay Heiser gives his take on the rash of UK public-sector data losses and explains why authentication systems aren't up to scratch
The company has won the right to patent a piece of accelerator code in the UK, after a High Court ruling found the application did not contravene the UK Patents Act
Announcement won't affect its antitrust investigations against the software giant, says European Commission.
A Chinese factory supplying major technology vendors has been described as being 'like a prison' by a human rights organisation
Big Blue has announced its intention to acquire Outblaze, a hosted e-mail and messaging business based in Hong Kong.
The U.K. authorities have given a response to Facebook's assertion that monitoring all communications on social-networking sites would be overkill.
The Conservatives have raised concerns about who will have access to communications-traffic data, but welcome a halt to plans for a single, centralized database.