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Power costs dominating data centres

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BroadGroup report shows that high demand applications are driving power consumption at data centres.

Forum calls for standard phone chargers

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Mobile phone operators have called on manufacturers to use standard USB connectors to charge and connect their handsets.

Merger of Saga and AA triggers IT shake-up

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Saga IT director takes on outgoing AA counterpart duties, dumps £50-million IBM outsourcing deal.

Microsoft's quest for shared-source approval

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With two outstanding shared-source applications awaiting approval by the Open Source Initiative, we look at the implicat

Google's DoubleClick deal under scrutiny

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Google seeking European and American approval for its £1.5 billion takeover of online ad firm DoubleClick.

Emerging markets steal broadband march on UK

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Newer, cheaper technologies drive fastest growing broadband markets in Eastern Europe and Asia.

Microsoft launches Vista to XP downgrade option

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Users keen to run Windows XP rather than Vista on their machines will now find it far easier, thanks to a new scheme fro

'$100 laptop' to sell in developed world

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The One Laptop Per Child programme is set to offer a "give one, get one" scheme to encourage donations.

Holland & Barrett updates store IT

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Heath food company takes store-based management to task with new web-based retail software.

Lib Dems - CCTV doesn't solve crime

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The 10,000 CCTV cameras across London seem to have little effect on solving crime, statistics obtained by the London Ass

Xerox launches low TCO colour printers

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New range sees Xerox clash with HP in the market for enterprise printers with lower running costs off-set by higher hard

IDF 2007: WiMAX and ultra-mobiles will unleash web next year

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The way we access broadband will change next year thanks to WiMAX technology and Intel's new mobile platforms, acco

Government awards biometric IT deal

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Major fingerprint scanner deal moves biometric visa programme ahead.

Council workers sacked for surfing eBay and the BBC

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Exceeding acceptable levels of internet use leads to investigations and sackings at Neath Port Talbot council in South W

IDF 2007: Q&A: The state of WiMAX

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WiMAX will be an option on Menlow UMPC systems and Montevina Centrino notebooks next year and Intel is investing with KD

IDF 2007: Intel promises SSD in 2008

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Solid state hard drives could matter more in the data centre than on notebooks.

Public Sector Roundup: Vale protects documents

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Vale Royal Borough opts for fault-tolerant servers, students get access to digital maps and Wales offers foot-and-mouth

Oracle results reveal software licence gains

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Strong first quarter results suggest database giant making headway in target markets.

Northern Rock web collapse exposes frailty in all online banking

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Analysis: The online run on the bank experienced by Northern Rock has provoked concern over how reliable other online ba

IT diploma to help close skills gap

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Schools minister praises new diplomas, saying they offer the right mix of practical and academic education.

SAP reveals it has designs on the mid market

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Analysis: The enterprise software giant puts $400m bet on mid-sized firms but will it pay out for either SAP or its cust

SEC asks Steve Jobs for deposition in Apple shares case

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Apple chief to give evidence in SEC share options case examining former general counsel Nancy Heinen's role in the

IDF 2007: Q&A: Ultra mobile PCs and mobile internet devices (MIDs)

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The true mobile internet needs a PC, however small, but it might not be running Windows.

IDF 2007: Intel beefs up its focus on developer communities

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The chip giant renews its developer marriage vows and promises to do even more to encourage developers to engage with it

IDF 2007: Technology Showcase unveils future of computing

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The labyrinth of booths at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) played home to many technology gems.

Government IT must be greener, minister says

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As the biggest IT user in the UK, the government needs to set a better example, Cabinet Office Minister Gillian Merron h

UK online services improving

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The UK's online services and "Gov 2.0" has been ranked fifth in Europe by a Capgemini survey.

Eircom wins £70million Northern Ireland deal

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Irish firm will rollout "Network NI" over the next two years for the Northern Ireland Civil Service.

Europe finds Galileo funding

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No more private or public funding needed to fund satellite navigation project, the European Commission has said.

Aberdeen mobilises building services

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City Council increases productivity and efficiency with real time mobile and performance management systems.

SCO's woes worsen with delisting

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First the lawsuit falls apart, then collapse looms, now SCO warns of Nasdaq delisting.

NetScout to buy Network General for $205 million

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The latest takeover of the Sniffer creator comes just 10 years after McAfee bought the business for $1.1 billion, and so

Employees are organisations' weakest link

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New research from Deloitte Global Security finds that nearly a third of breaches are inside jobs.

Government appoints new tech tsar

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Airbus UK head Iain Gilmour Gray takes on new role to advise on IT-related policies and innovation.

Dealing with disaster recovery

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IT PRO talks to IT managers to get their views on the growing importance of disaster recovery provisions, and to find ho

Mobile operators face spectrum auction

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Ofcom's move to offer 3G services on 2G networks could mean auctioning off radio spectrum from Vodafone and O2.

Storage weighs heavy on IT managers' minds

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New survey finds that reducing storage headaches is the number one problem for IT managers.

Notes goes mobile with Visto

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Global agreement mobilises Lotus and Domino apps on a multitude of mobile devices, not just BlackBerry phones.

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