A quarter of Web projects fail to meet their budgets, and 31 percent are delivered late, according to a new study.
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'Crimeware as a service', where criminals use online cybercrime services instead of running their own servers and software, is the latest development in internet crime, according to a report.
Service-oriented architecture initiatives must involve managers across the business, in order to avoid losing sight of the overall strategic goals, executives say.
Britain's leading telecoms managers are deeply frustrated at the quality of service provided by their suppliers, according to the 15th annual survey of the UK Communications Management Association.
TV and broadband firm British Sky Broadcasting saw up to £7 million (NZ$19 million) wiped from its balance sheet in the three months to Sept. 30, thanks to an ongoing lawsuit against EDS.
A leading business school professor has challenged businesses to radically rethink how they value their IT, after conducting research into technology's business value.
System integrator EDS has vowed to fight claims by BSkyB that it deliberately misled the broadcaster when it pitched for a services contract.
British businesses are better prepared for key IT risks than their foreign counterparts, with about eight out of 10 having formal documentation in place.
Lloyds, the UK’s fifth largest bank, which recently reported half year profits up 15% at £2 billion (NZ$5.4 billion), is offshoring 210 jobs to India.
UK pharmacy and beauty retailer Boots has confirmed it will drop the role of IT director, after the Rob Fraser, the last Boots employee to hold the position, stepped down earlier this month.
Intelligent Finance, the online and telephone bank owned by HBOS, suffered extensive online downtime on Sunday and Monday after a routine hardware upgrade ran into problems.
IT managers are reacting increasingly quickly to security issues, a survey has revealed.
Only 27% of IT managers have directly measured the return on investment from ITIL implementations, and under half measured the value that IT service management brings to their business, according to new research.
Almost two-thirds of IT managers in the UK are unclear what software is being used in their companies, and a third are unable to account for how many software licences they own, according to a survey.