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75% of IT directors ‘fear BYOD will put too much strain on outdated wireless networks’

But survey finds 65% of companies have no plan to expand the capacity of their networks.

Networking

Published 31 July 2013

Windows 8: boom or bust?

Microsoft has released one of its most important products ever: Windows 8. Steve Evans looks at the new operating system and examines whether...

Operating Systems

Published 26 November 2012

Catching some air: What UK businesses can learn from the Olympics

CBR asks what UK Plc can learn from the London 2012 Olympics in three hot areas: mobile and wireless, security and social media.

The Boardroom

Published 08 August 2012

HP: Here we go again

It may be one of the biggest and most iconic firms in Silicon Valley, but the past few years have been unkind to HP, with boardroom unrest, falling...

The Boardroom

Published 28 June 2012

Mac security: Apple under fire

Apple Mac OS's reputation for being more secure than Windows, however false, has taken a battering recently after a series of damaging incidents...

Security

Published 31 May 2012

Big Data in sports: Calling the shots

UK football clubs could learn a great deal from European and US sports teams when it comes to monetising digital content, as Allan Swann reports.

Mobile & tablets

Published 30 May 2012

Social networks in recruitment: Invasion of privacy?

US bosses have controversially started demanding that job applicants give their Facebook logins as part of the interview process. Tineka Smith...

Security

Published 30 May 2012

The UK's web economy: Boom or bust

The UK has been crowned the leading Internet economy in the G20. But how has it risen to the top of the sector so rapidly, and just as importantly,...

E-commerce

Published 16 May 2012

Augmented reality: Tomorrow's world

UK start-ups are leading the way in a new marketplace, augmented reality. But is it a gimmicky fad or a new advertising model? Allan Swann...

Social

Published 06 March 2012

The $10bn man: The strange saga of Mark Hurd, HP and Oracle

HP’s market cap lost $10bn when CEO Mark Hurd left. Steve Evans assesses his track record and looks at his move to arch rival Oracle

Desktops

Published 15 October 2010

Seeking print perfection

No longer is the humble office printer just a bit of kit that sits in the corner, waiting to be called into action. Companies are realising the...

Desktops

Published 04 August 2010

Back to the future

Although many have been predicting the death of the PC for a while now, desktop virtualisation has yet to catch on to the same extent as server or...

Operating Systems

Published 10 June 2010

OK Computer

CBR’s Gary Flood reports on the University of Southampton’s new supercomputer, claimed to be the fastest machine running Windows in Europe

Desktops

Published 10 June 2010

The Techies of the Noughties

CBR’s editorial team here unveils its choice of the 20 Most Influential Technologists of the Decade. Jason Stamper picks through the wreckage of a...

Published 04 January 2010

Seventh heaven?

October saw the release of Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 7. With XP now nearly ten years old and Vista generally bypassing the...

Published 30 November 2009

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