Stephen Pritchard

Apple hits iCloud problems

Apple hits iCloud problems

Spikes in demand for iOS downloads also puts stress on networks.
By Stephen Pritchard Oct 17 2011, 8:50AM
Data growth forces email upgrades

Data growth forces email upgrades

Ever-expanding mailboxes driving businesses to modernise infrastructure, says report.
By Stephen Pritchard Oct 17 2011, 8:50AM
Goodbye HP PCs, long live webOS!

Goodbye HP PCs, long live webOS!

Inside the Enterprise: HP has ditched webOS and wants to spin off its PC division, but businesses need to buy their devices from someone.
By Stephen Pritchard Aug 26 2011, 8:34AM
Opinion: Will Google/Motorola be good for businesses?

Opinion: Will Google/Motorola be good for businesses?

Google's purchase of Motorola Mobility may be about patents, but businesses will want to see a business Android phone.
By Stephen Pritchard Aug 19 2011, 9:25AM
Apple: Will Lion roar for business?

Apple: Will Lion roar for business?

Inside the Enterprise: Apple continues to win market share, through the iPhone and iPad. Where does that leave Mac OS?
By Stephen Pritchard Jul 22 2011, 8:54AM
Mobile payments levelling off

Mobile payments levelling off

Market to reach 141 million users, but Gartner sees growth slowing.
By Stephen Pritchard Jul 22 2011, 8:54AM
LifeSize takes video to the cloud

LifeSize takes video to the cloud

Vendor promises hardware-free video calling but with business service levels.
By Stephen Pritchard Jul 22 2011, 8:54AM
iPhone 4 prices fall ahead of iPhone 5 release?

iPhone 4 prices fall ahead of iPhone 5 release?

Latest price cuts suggest networks want to clear iPhone 4 inventory.
By Stephen Pritchard Jul 19 2011, 8:35AM
Brands urged to safeguard .xxx domains

Brands urged to safeguard .xxx domains

Brand owners are being urged to register .xxx domains, even if their businesses are not involved in adult content.
By Stephen Pritchard Jul 19 2011, 8:35AM
Adobe buys e-signature vendor

Adobe buys e-signature vendor

EchoSign deal aims to speed up electronic document sharing.
By Stephen Pritchard Jul 19 2011, 8:35AM
Should data be a strategic asset?

Should data be a strategic asset?

Inside the Enterprise: Are bits and bytes as important as stock, plant and machinery? It seems so.
By Stephen Pritchard Jul 15 2011, 8:42AM
M2M subscriptions to hit 1bn mark

M2M subscriptions to hit 1bn mark

Tasks including transport management, smart metering and logistics are driving machine to machine adoption.
By Stephen Pritchard Jul 12 2011, 9:05AM
Business apps struggle to gain consumer traction

Business apps struggle to gain consumer traction

Smartphone users prefer Angry Birds to brands' application downloads.
By Stephen Pritchard Jul 12 2011, 9:05AM
RIM's challenge: unlocking the value in software

RIM's challenge: unlocking the value in software

Inside the Enterprise: BlackBerry is losing ground as the business smartphone of choice. Should RIM now uncouple its software from its hardware?
By Stephen Pritchard Jul 1 2011, 8:30AM
Has ICANN opened the door to a load of dot whatnots?

Has ICANN opened the door to a load of dot whatnots?

Inside the Enterprise: ICANN's new global Top Level Domain system sounds obscure, but could prove a headache for businesses.
By Stephen Pritchard Jun 24 2011, 8:50AM
Q&A: David Elton, PA Consulting Group

Q&A: David Elton, PA Consulting Group

CIOs are increasingly influential, but have to juggle "dual roles", study finds.
By Stephen Pritchard Jun 21 2011, 8:38AM
Silicon Valley feels the skills crunch

Silicon Valley feels the skills crunch

Inside the Enterprise: Start ups are fuelling wage inflation for IT and engineering jobs in the US. Will Europe catch up?
By Stephen Pritchard May 6 2011, 8:30AM
Photoshop, by the hour (or at least, by the month)

Photoshop, by the hour (or at least, by the month)

Inside the Enterprise: Adobe's move to offer its software on subscription should please more than cash-strapped graphic designers.
By Stephen Pritchard Apr 15 2011, 9:29AM
Social media to change business marketing

Social media to change business marketing

Consumers' growing use of social media is changing the way businesses carry out their marketing, customer service, and even innovation, according to new research.
By Stephen Pritchard Mar 4 2011, 8:56AM