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Microsoft and WebFusion offer Tech students free web hosting

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The two companies look to support STEM-D students with free web hosting service to free them from sole reliance on unive

Teachers want tech support

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Educators believe technology is necessary to improve the quality of education in schools, according to a new survey.

O2 offers iPhone users more minutes and texts

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The mobile operator adds talk time and texts to iPhone tariffs, claiming it means users get more for their money.

Juniper targets Cisco with EX enterprise switch launch

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New range of enterprise virtual chassis-based switches see the carrier infrastructure maker move firmly into the Cisco-d

Land Rover trials RFID to track parts

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A £600,000 radio frequency identification trial could be rolled out to help spur the productivity of the automotive indu

Berners-Lee tops influential technology poll

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Internet technology leaders dominate recent poll of most influential technologists.

Virgin boosts broadband speeds

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Virgin Media offers free 10Mb/sec upgrades, with plans for 50Mb/sec rollout.

Nokia cosies up to Trolltech and WWF

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The mobile phone giant makes plans to acquire Trolltech and signs up to WWF's Climate Savers programme.

Boost IT, boost UK economy by £35 billion

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Increasing the productivity of the UK technology sectors could mean more money for the economy, but will need investment

Half trust their data is safe

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A survey to mark Data Protection Day has shown that just half of Europeans trust that their personal data is being kept

Music publisher speeds networked application response

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Boosey & Hawkes boosts application response times, reduces costs and maximises productivity with new network optimis

Online shopping booms in popularity

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With the second most active web population, the UK is leading the move to online shopping.

Honda e-learning supports brand diplomacy

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The automotive manufacturer is rolling out a global knowledge sharing and learning programme designed to create 'am

Businesses increasingly dissatisfied with ISPs

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The business ISP market looks set to mirror the price cuts and consolidation seen in the consumer market, according to i

ICO slams CCTV sound recording

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The Information Commissioner's Office has called the use of sound recording technology on CCTV cameras "highly

Technology for dealing with lost laptops

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Manage your data and encrypt everything all the time - that's the advice from security experts in the wake of anoth

Science fiction's influence on technology: ideas made real

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The recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas provided an opportunity to explore the links between science fic

VIA unveils next generation x86 processor platform

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'Isaiah' architecture boasts green credentials in the form of improved performance combined with lower power c

Bourne Leisure manages spending

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UK holiday and caravan park operator streamlines internal buying with new on-demand, purchase-to-pay e-procurement porta

Public Sector Roundup: Hospital goes wireless

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Salisbury NHS Trust rolls out a new wireless local area network, six million use Choose and Book, and Swale boosts its m

easyJet upgrades network to cope with demand

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Work to upgrade integrated network services in anticipation of growing customer and traffic numbers delivers greater res

BAE and Accenture pull out of ID cards bid

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Withdrawal of two systems integrators adds to problems for increasingly controversial national identity scheme.

ICO tells M&S to get encrypted

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The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has found the high street retailer in breach of the Data Protection Act

Mobile handset growth set to slow

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Saturation of mobile phone ownership in developed countries will see handset sales drop to single-digit growth this year

Nokia figures buoyant as Motorola struggles

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The Finnish mobile phone giant continues to prosper in a market where some device makers are struggling.

Dictation software gives Legal Aid work a boost

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Legal 500 firm Glaisyers has increased its Legal Aid administrative support through more efficient report production and

Wiltshire Police develop mobile system

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Police in Wiltshire have signed on for a new £2 million mobile working system, to help them get back to basics of polici

UK organisations ignore data quality issues

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Research reveals nearly two in every three have no processes in place to maintain data quality, despite recognising the

Dell extends Ubuntu Linux offer in the UK

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PC maker says the popularity of Linux-based machines has prompted it to add another laptop pre-installed with Ubuntu to

Councils homeshore to help unemployed

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Local authority technology partners believe "homeshoring" - letting call centre workers work from home - can h

HP releases first solid-state PC

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New business desktop is the first to use solid-state hard drive system, the firm has claimed.

NatWest heads scammers' top 10 aliases

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Study reveals which UK banking operations are the biggest targets for spam and phishing scams.

Six Nations rugby to use BI tools

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The world's biggest annual rugby tournament gets business intelligence tools in renewed technology sponsorship deal

Online retailers need better analytics

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Research reveals that online retailers lack knowledge of consumer and need to improve if they are going to compete effec

Dell and Microsoft to release AIDS charity PC

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The PC maker and software giant become the latest companies to release products that benefit U2 singer Bono's (Red)

Data centres unmanned by 2012

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Fujitsu Siemens suggests that most data centres will be automated in the next four years, creating a need to retrain IT

ARM passes 10 billion processor milestone

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Manufacturers have shipped more than 10 billion processors designed by the British chip company.

SMEs losing out to big business due to poor IT strategy

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Research reveals that only 15 per cent of smaller businesses have an effective IT strategy that allows them to compete w

MoJ loses four court discs

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The Ministry of Justice has confirmed it is missing four CDs containing personal details of witnesses and victims involv

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