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Business software for iPhone coming 'soon'
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20 May, 2008
Reuters

Sybase chief says new software will let enterprise workers securely access email on the Apple phone.

Social housing contractor mobilises workforce
News
20 May, 2008
Miya Knights

Saltire goes mobile to boost productivity, accuracy and compliance.

Mobile web users head to social network sites
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20 May, 2008
Ash Dosanjh

A growing number of people accessing the internet from their mobile devices are heading to social networking sites.

Websites hit by 'Silent love China' attacks
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20 May, 2008
Barry Collins

The SQL injection attack has damaged thousands of English-language websites in just four days.

IT project failure rife, survey finds
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20 May, 2008
Miya Knights

Changing business needs and unmet expectations are the leading causes of technology project failure.

Met Police takes SAP to the frontline
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20 May, 2008
Miya Knights

The capital's police force is extending its use of SAP to frontline and support functions.

Government plans to store call, email details
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20 May, 2008
Matthew Sparkes

A massive database to store call, email and browser session information is being considered to battle terrorism.

Computing to move from apps to information
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20 May, 2008
Asavin Wattanajantra

EMC leaders show what they feel is the future of their own business as well as IT in general, and it involves complete changes in infrastructure.

EMC: Flash to dominate high-end storage
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20 May, 2008
Asavin Wattanajantra

Solid state drives will have a much bigger role to play in future storage options, says EMC.

Identity theft prime concern, says survey
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20 May, 2008
Ash Dosanjh

Personal and financial security issues worry UK citizens the most, according to a new Security Index report.

Your views: Working from home
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19 May, 2008
Nicole Kobie

Last week, we asked for your thoughts on the ups and downs of working from home.

Software to trap lying employees
News
19 May, 2008
Matthew Sparkes

Calling in sick for the day could become riskier as firms start to use lie-detecting applications.

More smartphones means more security threats
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19 May, 2008
Ash Dosanjh

The growing problem of handset theft is leading to the escalation of security threats for mobile phone users.

Scottish agency improves reporting with BI
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19 May, 2008
Miya Knights

The region's economic and community development agency as used business intelligence consultancy to build new reporting systems to help assess its impact.

MoD deploys first government certified LAN
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19 May, 2008
Ash Dosanjh

The Ministry of Defence has deployed a secure wireless network to improve equipment tracking.

Poor design hinders business IT users
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19 May, 2008
Ash Dosanjh

Most people waste time at work on badly designed software, according to new research.

Qualcomm's UK spectrum buy to fuel development
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19 May, 2008
Miya Knights

Wireless provider Qualcomm has its sights on next generation wireless services in the UK with £8.3-million acquisition of L-band radio spectrum.

Disruption awaits OS software market
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19 May, 2008
Ash Dosanjh

Despite rising revenue forecasts, the industry is likely to feel the ill-effects of new technologies, according to a new report.

Mozilla unveils Firefox 3 Release Candidate
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19 May, 2008
Stuart Turton

The latest test version of the popular browser is released ahead of the official launch in June.

SMEs look to outsourcing for IT efficiencies
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19 May, 2008
Stephen Pritchard

Lower cost and more business should result from more effective IT for smaller companies, outsourced service provider argues.

IBM makes solar energy child's play
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16 May, 2008
Stephen Pritchard

Technology borrowed from kids' games and computer chip cooling cuts costs of photovoltaic cells.

Video: IT PRO Lenovo X300 video review
News
16 May, 2008
Benny Har-Even

Check out our video review of what's arguably the ultimate ultra-portable business laptop currently available.

Sisters are doing IT for themselves
In-depth
16 May, 2008
Maggie Holland

The IT industry is a healthy, fast-moving and vibrant place to work. But why are women still turned off by tech?

Lenovo X300
Reviews
16 May, 2008
Benny Har-Even

Forget the MacBook Air. Is this the ultimate executive ultra-portable laptop?

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Parliament moves to prevent teenage kicks online
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16 May, 2008
Miya Knights

A new survey validates today's legal moves to tackle the lack of age verification online.

IT PRO Podcast: iPhone rumoured next month
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16 May, 2008
IT Pro

This week, we discuss 3G iPhone rumours, security training and racking up big bills checking Facebook on the mobile while roaming.

NHS smartens up endpoint security act
News
16 May, 2008
Miya Knights

Encryption to roll out on 700,000 health service PCs.

Week in Review: Will next month see the 3G iPhone?
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16 May, 2008
Asavin Wattanajantra

Rumours abound about an update to Apple's iPhone, and other top stories from this week.

Innovation collaboration key to IT
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16 May, 2008
Ash Dosanjh

A new survey identifies IT leaders' views on emerging trends in the industry.

Dollond & Aitchison boosts bandwidth
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16 May, 2008
Miya Knights

The High Street optician has signed up for a new, outsourced network infrastructure to provide a backbone for the roll out of IT upgrades to its 401 stores.

Lloyds TSB cuts more UK IT jobs
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16 May, 2008
Miya Knights

The UK-based IT department of the fifth largest bank continues to dwindle as more jobs go overseas.

Apple steps up iPhone roll out
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16 May, 2008
Stephen Pritchard

Orange expands iPhone sales in Europe and Africa, as pressure grows to offer the device to multiple operators.

NAO: NHS IT will be four years late
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16 May, 2008
Ash Dosanjh

Progress report by NAO says the original timescale to roll out the programme "raised unrealistic" expectations and put confidence in the system "at risk".

Tech backs work from home revolution
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15 May, 2008
Ash Dosanjh

Home workers of the world unite - nearly five million across the UK were expected to skip office life today and conduct business from the comfort of their own homes.

Software piracy drops in the UK
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15 May, 2008
Asavin Wattanajantra

UK software piracy dropped in 2007, but globally the rate has increased thanks to the growing amount of PCs in emerging countries.

Olympic construction site goes wireless
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15 May, 2008
Ash Dosanjh

CI-Net will deliver wireless network support for London's 2012 Olympic games site.

Adobe gets flashy with player features
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15 May, 2008
Stuart Turton

The beta Flash Player 10 has been released with a host of shiny new features.

Gartner: ICT 'borderless' by 2015
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15 May, 2008
Nicole Kobie

Emerging markets are growing more rapidly in IT investment and spending, the analyst firm said, leading to changes in how firms must operate.

PC power to increase a million-fold
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15 May, 2008
Ash Dosanjh

Fujitsu Siemens predicts that within 25 years, the average computer will be running at three petahertz and feature 100,000 cores or more.

Software to help Dawson deliver the headlines faster
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15 May, 2008
Miya Knights

One of the UK's largest newspaper and magazine wholesalers is implementing new software to optimise its supply chain.