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Storage Expo: MiFID creates data retention challenges

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A majority of financial firms will have a problem with five-year transaction retention period mandated by little-hyped A

Archived data affecting business operations

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A new survey suggests companies are backing up too much information.

Scottish councils must be more careful with identity

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The Information Commissioner's Office has urged local authorities in Scotland to be more careful after a signature

Europe has customer service problems

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And automated telephone systems were rated the worst, according to a survey by EasyNet.

Questions raised over enterprise back-up processes

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Survey of UK IT directors reveals startling proportion of companies either have no data recovery plans, or simply don�

Samsung moves into GPS-equipped phones

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Demand for all-in-one devices capable of making calls as well as offering travel directions sees GPS integrated into Sam

CBI extends IT investment with Getronics

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Business lobbying organisation to re-engineer IT infrastructure as supplier Getronics faces takeover by Dutch telecoms g

Microsoft launches Office Communications Server 2007

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The software giant signals the worldwide launch of its new communications portfolio.

IWOOT assures business continuity ahead of Christmas rush

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Online gadget retailer installs server health monitoring tool in time for key Christmas trading period.

Ericsson's Q3 results to fall short

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The mobile network giant says its next set of results will not match previous expectations.

999 over VoIP for businesses

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Following a call from Ofcom, new firmware from VegaStream lets VoIP call 999.

Apple will let Mac OS Leopard loose on 26 October

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Apple and resellers are now taking pre-orders for both the client and server editions of the new Mac operating system, w

Attachmate gives green screens Vista treatment

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Launch of Reflections 2007 delivers next generation of IBM mainframe terminal emulation offerings.

Apple threatened with legal action over iPhone pollutants

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California's Centre for Environmental Health takes action on Greenpeace iPhone report.

McKinnon given leave to appeal hacking extradition

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House of Lords gives Brit accused of hacking NASA one last chance to fight extradition to the US.

UK takes charge of satellite disaster relief

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Satellite information sharing group has provided data to help assess damage after disasters such as this year's sum

BBC and Adobe to add Mac and Linux support to iPlayer

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The Beeb signs a deal with Adobe to add Flash video streaming to the iPlayer service, providing a quick-fix to appease M

EU considers moves to boost broadband coverage

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Increased competition seen as key to expanding coverage and availability of broadband across EU member countries.

Hitachi announce plans for 4TB desktop

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A 1TB notebook drive and a 4TB desktop drive capable of holding a million MP3 tracks could be on sale by 2011, Hitachi h

AOL to axe 20 per cent of workforce

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Former internet giant planning massive staff cutbacks as owner Time Warner readies it for a sell-off or repositioning.

MPs slam asset recovery information management

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The Assets Recovery Agency shows the importance of information management systems, a parliamentary report has said.

Citrix upgrade gives school secure, flexible access

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Presentation Server deployment gives school two-factor authentication, speedier access to graphics apps and remote acces

Wireless health risks to be studied

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The Health Protection Agency expects the results of its two-year study on Wi-Fi and WLAN to be "reassuring".

Motorola to buy half of UIQ from Sony Ericsson

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Sony Ericsson makes good on its promise to let other vendors buy into the Symbian-based mobile developer it bought last

Novell and Red Hat sued for patent infringement

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Linux distribution lawsuit could be key test case in open source independence.

Nokia starts shipping N95 8GB

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The mobile device giant has unleashed the latest multimedia handset in its Nseries lineup.

BEA rejects Oracle's takeover offer

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The company says the price tag proposed by Oracle last week isn't high enough.

Council engineers get mobile eprocurement app

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New software platform will make it far easier to acquire parts and materials in the field, as well as reducing paperwork

Random House considering Google book search partnership

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One of the world's biggest book publishers is warming to Google's online book search project, which has been l

Learning tech gets £3.9 million boost

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The Technology Exemplar Network will help fund users and providers of educational technology.

Google patent fuels rumour mill

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Data centre-in-a-box draws speculation of diversification into infrastructure network and mobile services.

NHS knowledge base goes for single sign-on

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Identity and access management roll out will consolidate multiple information sources, streamline access and provide pla

Little change for independent Teradata

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Teradata will keep it's focus on internal research and development, but won't say if acquisitions are in the p

IE bug behind Adobe security warning

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Bug in Internet Explorer 7 at root of security problems relating to Adobe's Acrobat products.

T-Mobile to launch PAYG 3G data service

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The German-owned mobile network unveils plans for pay-as-you-go mobile broadband alongside its existing monthly all-you-

Skype and 3 planning VoIP mobile phone

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3G mobile network operator and market-leading consumer internet telephony provider set to collaborate on new mobile hand

Gartner: key to security not more money but better management

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Analyst warns that it is not necessarily the material loss caused by a security failure that will hurt, but the fines an

Data warehousing tears down oil silos

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University of Manchester researchers and Teradata have teamed up to develop geospatial solutions to oil and gas industry

Oracle launches $6.66 billion takeover bid for BEA

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Offer values BEA at a 25 per cent premium on share price, but BEA stays quiet about Oracle's move.

Local authorities ignore mobile data security

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Survey finds councils, boroughs and police authorities' mobile working and disaster recovery plans lacking.

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