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Politicians trial web conferencing to reduce environmental and financial impact of face-to-face meetings.
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Poor project management and inexperienced staff are increasing risks for complex government IT programmes, according to
Malware pretending to be IT security programs are increasing in number, according to new research.
Wi-Fi shipments are set to grow from three per cent of the total market in 2006 to 20 per cent in 2009, according to mar
New report finds that hackers are profiting from web attacks using "affiliation networks".
Lack of product announcements shifts developer focus to IT strategy.
Higher take up of online services means more cost cutting for local governments, despite a lack of long term planning, c
Cardiac test machines which use telecommunications and outsource diagnosis could cut costs and prevent deaths, according
Oracle beefs up its legal battle with SAP by adding new allegations of copyright infringement and breach of contract.
New survey finds that businesses are failing to get to grips with software licensing.
EMC bolsters RSA subsidiary with knowledge-based authentication specialist company.
New iSCSI and Fibre Channel host bus adapters see storage company enter £500m market.
Google's almighty shopping spree shows no sign of slowing down as the company snaps up FeedBurner.
Leaked documents show Treasury body officials were told to "securely dispose" of gateway review reports.
Richard Jackson, managing director for UK, Ireland and South Africa at Citrix talks about how a successful access strate
Microsoft no longer has worst anti-virus product but still fails to shine in lab tests.
The financial services giant should 55 per cent growth in online sales last year as more customers realise the benefits
US Patent and Trademark Office allows new legal challenge to web patent.
Attacks aimed at Estonian government websites came from everywhere except from the Russian government, study suggests.
The mobile giant has announced three new devices, two mid-market 3G offerings and one high-end, aesthetically-focused pr
McData acquisition makes impact on storage company's bottom line.
Open source software revenue will grow from $1.8 billion in 2006 to $5.8 billion in 2011, but money generated will still
New survey finds Canary Wharf wireless networks more secure than one in Paris's La Defense business district but le
Despite reporting Q1 sales of $14 billion, Dell plans to shed 8,800 jobs worldwide as it attempts to rein-in market-lead
New keyword search tools will find content from dozens of publishers.
First man to be charged with aggravated identity theft under new US anti-spam laws.
New research from scientists in Israel could pave way for integrating living material into memory chips.
As it increases its focus on software and software-related services, Google holds its first global day of events to enco
Microsoft and Apple leaders share the stage at The Wall Street Journal's D5 Executive Conference.
The UK's internet movers and shakers will descend on the Houses of Commons next week as part of Nominet's best
No reason given as internet domain registry chief resigns from board.
Orange has launched three new tariffs aimed specifically at the unique needs of businesses of different sizes.
Most vulnerabilities in applications never see the light of day, according to security expert.
No let up on aggressive cost-cutting efforts from the mobile phone giant as it announces plans to reduce its overheads b
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