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  • Byte Night 2012 set to smash records

    The IT industry’s annual fundraising event in aid of youth homelessness, Byte Night, looks set to smash its registration and fundraising targets by a substantial margin. 

  • BYOD offers data roaming opportunity for channel

    iPass has published a Mobile Workforce Report, saying Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in the workplace is creating a generation of productive workaholics. 

  • AMD VP to lead EMEA sales

    AMD corporate veep Darren Grasby is to head up sales efforts in EMEA, reporting to chief sales officer John Byrne. 

  • Olympics kickstarts SME remote working

    The Olympics could have a lasting impact on the way SMEs work with more now enjoying the ability to allow staff to work remotely. 

  • IT bosses not sold on Coalition growth policy

    A survey of IT bosses by trade body Intellect has found that many feel the government does not understand their needs. 

  • End users ‘too busy’ to do security, says IBM

    A Forrester Research survey commissioned by IBM has found that nearly 70% of end users neglect IT security because other responsibilities keep them too busy. 

  • The hunt is on for Team GB's IT stars

    After Team GB’s success at the London 2012 Olympics, David Cameron and Boris Johnson have called for more compulsory sport in British schools. But what about compulsory competitive IT? 

  • Costs a barrier for small firms training

    Small firms are finding that costs are a barrier to undertaking more training and the courses around compliance and technical skills that are on offer lack flexibility 

  • The case of BYOD versus CIO

    If you love court room dramas, the trend for bringing your own device through the company firewall offers rich potential, says Nick Booth. 

  • IT temps head for London games

    An uptick in demand for IT contractors during the second quarter has likely been driven by firms opting to hire short-term IT pros to meet Olympic deadlines.