One third of people use the same password for every login, creating a high security risk for businesses, a new survey has found.
Stories by Leo King
More than three quarters of businesses in Europe will make a large investment in customer relationship management (CRM) this year, according to a Gartner survey.
The Department of Health and its key IT supplier CSC have been slammed by MPs for a confidentiality agreement surrounding the £12.7 billion National Programme for IT, the world's largest civilian IT programme.
The Ministry of Defence has admitted losing 440 IT devices in the last year, including computers, hard drives and memory sticks.
HM Revenue and Customs has promised to make its "best endeavours" to improve data security by 2011, in line with recommendations made in a key review.
Development and systems staff are the most in demand IT personnel in the jobs market, according to a new survey by the National Computing Centre.
Internet telephone services pose a serious threat to Britain's security, the head of MI5 has said.
Barclays is set to cut another 408 IT staff, in addition to the 1,800 announced last July, as the tough economy continues to squeeze UK banks.
The number of firms accelerating their green IT initiatives is double that of those scaling back such projects, according to a survey by Forrester Research.
Nearly seven in 10 IT departments are confident they will deliver their IT projects next year, in spite of the risks of budget cuts.
Workers that are anxious about being laid off are prepared to steal corporate data on removable devices or bribe IT staff for information, a survey shows.
Ten thousand PDAs have been rolled out to police officers across the U.K., home secretary Jacqui Smith has said.
UK Information Commissioner Richard Thomas is set to gain tougher powers, if new government proposals are approved by parliament.
The government lost 53 PCs in the last year, meaning one every week, according to alarming figures just released by the Conservative party.
Gordon Brown was lambasted for the government spending billions on troubled IT projects while the country slips into recession, during Prime Minister question time Wednesday.