More than 70 per cent of tech chiefs have been told to reduce IT budgets.
Investor confidence in the US has surged but analysts warn there are underlying concerns adding fragility to optimism.
Panda Software's virus laboratory has reported the appearance of a new Trojan called mIRC/Gif, designed to spread via the mIRC chat application.
Weekend reports put NTL close to sorting out its housekeeping problems.
The buy-out market has shown strong signs of recovery in the first quarter of 2002, with deal value nearly 2billion higher than the previous quarter.
Cybercrime is soaring and there doesn't seem to be anything businesses can do to stop it.
BT says it's going to put the customer first and get debts down to less than GBP 10 billion.
The people who hold the IT purse strings are 'cautiously confident' about how much they'll be spending this year.
Rockstone Ltd is pleased to announce the appointment of Greenfield Ventures, the specialist technology headhunting company to source a high level Chairman and advisory board to aid in the ongoing fund raising and growth of its business.
Cambridge UK, 8 April 2002.
Cambridge Consultants Limited (CCL) has been successfully acquired by its management team following the Chapter 11 process in America to sell Arthur D Little (ADL).
Police are looking for businesses to help with their enquiries.
Designers at Samsung have launched a revolutionary fridge that thinks it's a PC - and a television! The fridge - described as a 'cutting-edge marvel' - doubles up as a complete entertainment and information centre.
Apple has bumped up its commitment to FireWire technology by buying technology specialists Zayante.
Official figures show that the average price of a house in Cambridge is now 180,000 - up ten per cent in the past year.
Quillion XQalibur is another leading edge product from Quillion, which has for over a decade been at the forefront of providing complex data modeling and data management software for broad industrial applications.
Cambridge Consultants is perfect for a management buy-out -- So said arch rival, Dr Gerald Avison, boss of TTP Group at Melbourn, when he was guest speaker at the Cambridge Business & Professional Club lunch in Queens' College on Wednesday.