The Federation Against Software Theft (FAST) is urging businesses in the UK to take control of their IT estates as they start 2014 to save money, reduce hassle, and ensure compliance with the law.
Joanna Shields will step down from her role as Tech City Chief Executive.
Global computer giant, IBM has announced an investment of more than $1bn in data centres and cloud storage business.
Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael has welcomed the announcement of improvements to the provision of high speed broadband in Scotland.
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S technology giant, [b]Apple[/b], has signed a deal to bring the iPhone to [b]China Mobile[/b], the world's largest mobile carrier.
The National Cyber Security Strategy (NCSS), launched in November 2011, provided government with a framework and objectives in tackling cyber threats, promoting awareness and providing a growing platform of strong private sector partnership.
Technology giant Apple have bought social media data analytics firm, Topsy Labs, which specialises in using data from Twitter to track customer sentiment.
The 50 fastest growing UK tech companies generated over £672 million in total annual revenues, provide jobs for over 5,000 people and recorded an average five-year growth rate of 1382 per cent in the year 2012/13, according to the Deloitte Technology Fast 50.
Thousands of those in the tech community, from programmers to software architects, are needed to volunteer their skills as the revised national curriculum for Computing is introduced across England.