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Organisations put personal data at risk

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Database research and analysis safeguards questioned.

Public reject contactless payments

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Survey questions security and convenience, while card issuers hit back.

West Yorkshire Fire Service goes for online data backup

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Yorkshire firefighters deploy agentless backup from Asigra to centralise data protection.

First Choice uses testing tool to boost online service

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The travel company will use Empirix's e-TEST software suite to automate testing and identify issues before they adv

NBC pulls content from iTunes

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But contractual spat could have much wider market implications

BT launches search engine marketing service

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Web Clicks offers the smaller players a chance to get bigger by targeting new customers, according to the service's

Synchronica offers disaster recovery for mobile users

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New product allows mobile users to back up important phone data over the air.

Most malware in August spread from Korea

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New Fortinet report finds that most malware activity last month emanated from Korea.

Camden cuts ICT services by £600,000

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Centralising a devolved IT department has helped the London Borough create efficiencies, cut jobs and upgrade their tech

Travel tech to beat traffic

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National Traffic Control Centre to use automatic number plate recognition to warn drivers on the M25 of traffic delays.

BT signs up four millionth broadband customer

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Acquisitions help BT Retail sail past four million broadband customer mark.

Virtualisation vendor ups the ante

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SWsoft set to unveil beta, acquisition news

Small businesses ignore peril of cybercrime

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New research finds that small companies in Europe don't think that they're a prime target for cybercrime.

US government website hit by Monster breach

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Jobs website for US government hit by same hack that breached Monster.com

NXP starts shipping ultra-low-cost phone chips

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Samsung to take delivery of processors for very cheap mobiles in fourth quarter.

Inertia the obstacle to Linux on the desktop

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The Year of the Linux desktop may never come.

Telehealth market set for boom

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Using technology to deliver healthcare remotely will be a booming market by 2012, worth some £4 billion globally, accord

VoIP spending on the up

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Companies in Europe and North America are spending more on VoIP deployments as worries over reliability ebb.

Dell's preliminary Q2 results toast good health

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The company's preliminary second quarter financials have been published, showing a 46 per cent increase in profits

IFA 2007: Consumer electronics must be "sustainable"

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Industry needs to act on power consumption and recycling, delegates are told at the IFA event in Berlin.

Public Sector Roundup: Pens and CCTV go digital

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Fishing regulators are using digital pens for their paperwork, Peterborough cabs get extra protection with digital CCTV

IT departments must be ready for the iPhone

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UK businesses must ensure they can support the deluge of user-driven device demands, typified by the growing interest in

Microsoft delays tax IT workflows

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Analyst pours cold water on Vista service pack frenzy.

NHS IT making 'impressive' progress, says report

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A Department of Health report claims "impressive milestones" for the NHS' £12 billion IT programme.

Second attack on Monster website discovered

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Investigations into data breach uncover second attack on job website.

IFA 2007: Accessories are the future of laptop business says Toshiba

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Ultra-slim external HD DVD writer and rugged external hard drives with fingerprint readers lead new line of Toshiba acce

Dunfermline hunts down risk

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Building Society signs up to Experian ID fraud service.

The Midweek Interview: Rob Gretton part two

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In the second part of this interview Rob Gretton, Business Development Director for DISUK discusses the performance and

Atomic advance paves way for ultra-high capacity storage

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Nano-technology research by IBM scientists could put equivalent of 30,000 movies on single iPod.

Application access gets the royal treatment

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Historic Royal Palaces modernises application access.

eBay targets texters with new bidding service

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Online auction giant rolls text-based bidding out to UK users.

IFA 2007: Flat panel costs to halve

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Sharp expects to double sales in Europe.

AMD invests in virtual desktop

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AMD has announced it will invest in virtualisation startup Nivio, which has developed a web-based Windows desktop.

IFA 2007: Samsung goes for ease of use

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Samsung plans to unveil new range of innovations at the IFA event in Berlin.

E-science project bears fruit

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Research initiative shows the way.

Swindon Commercial Services gets fit for business

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Technology key to profit and business continuity

BT and Xansa team up for £128 million BPO deal

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The two companies renew their BPO marriage vows in a £128 million deal that will see them partnered until at least 2014.

Microsoft talks up Parlano acquisition plans

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The company plans to add group chat software to its Office Communications server and client products.

BT in million-pound schools contract

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Schools and council offices in East Sussex are getting a broadband boost from BT.

Windows Server 2008 release delayed

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Microsoft says that the RTM version of Windows Server 2008 will now not see the light of day until next year.

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