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Seagate facing multi-million bill after settling hard drive lawsuit

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Hard drive maker will change its packaging and offer $7 refunds to customers following a legal challenge that it oversta

Carphone Warehouse expects 10,000 iPhone sales on day one

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High-street phone retailer expects a stampede for the iPod-based iPhone smartphone, when it goes on sale in Carphone, O2

Criminal record retention orders opens up debate

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Politicians and the Information Commissioner himself weigh in on order to delete minor criminal convictions, despite con

M&S outsources office networks

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Marks and Spencer has signed up with managed services from Logicalis to handle networks for their offices.

Outsourcing creates convergence confusion

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A new survey has found IT decision makers are managing multiple outsourcing suppliers despite major overlap between the

Hackers prey on Leopard

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Mac users face an onslaught of targeted malware through forums and pornography sites that can remain undetected on their

Garmin tops TomTom offer for Tele Atlas

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The €2.3 billion offer trumps €1.8 billion offer from rival TomTom back in July, with the market expecting a bidding war

Day of the MiFID

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Financial services companies are still preparing for the new MiFID regulations, which come into force in the UK today, b

Public Sector Roundup: £17 million IT for MoD

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The Ministry of Defence spends £17 million on testing, Tameside and Glossop NHS opt for single sign-on, and London counc

ICO order fuels criminal record retention disagreement

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ICO orders four Police forces to delete old criminal convictions, but governing agency defends right not to reply pendin

Record computer sciences enrolment at Southampton

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University of Southampton has reported the highest increase in undergrad enrolment in computer sciences in five years.

Cisco launches prize for promising entrepreneurs

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Cisco announces its new $10 million I-Prize, a competition searching for fresh business proposals.

Women in IT get back-to-work training

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A new initiative aims to target untapped resource of female IT workers not using their skills.

First wave of MP3 spam targets unwary music fans

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MP3 files posing as pop music clips show that spammers are trying new ways to lower people's guard

Microsoft's SOA catch-up draws faint praise

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Project Oslo kicks off as Microsoft makes a raft of announcements to boost its stake in service-led architectures.

Housing Corporation outsources core IT management

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Government housing agency initiates IT transformation with new £7.5 million, three-year managed services deal.

Puma modernises telephony systems

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Sportswear manufacturer migrates to fully IP-capable telephony system to improve communications responsiveness and flexi

Banks lose favour with IT contractors

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IT contractors are losing faith in the financial services sector in favour of boom markets like construction and the pub

Rebuilding college integrating IT from ground up

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Stockport College has chosen Alfred McAlpine to help them design the "college of the future" as part of a mass

Dell takes $92 million hit after restating results

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PC maker posts loss after completing internal investigations to make it compliant with stock exchange listing requiremen

Macabre malware makes Halloween scary

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A gang of malware propagators is using Halloween to lure PC users into responding to malicious spams, warns a security f

HSBC tackles credit card fraud with new system

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Bank turns to business analytics company SAS to provide new platform for analysing transactions and detecting potential

SNW Europe: World's first external small format RAID subsystem launched

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Infortrend take the wraps off the first small form factor RAID subsystem, offering SAS-to-SAS and fibre channel to SAS d

Security appliance spawns managed service

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St. Bernard Software releases new, on-demand reporting to enable mix and match IT security provision.

Condor Ferries extends retail system

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Condor Ferries opts for Torex Dynamic Retail System to better analyse its retail and hospitality sales.

Porn images 'encouraging response to spam'

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An image of a stripping woman is being used to get unwary PC users to answer spam messages.

Leopard hits two million sale mark

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Apple's latest operating system has sold more than two million copies since its Friday launch.

Enterprises 'face major threat from bot armies'

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Botnet operators are turning their attentions away from just recruiting consumer PCs, and are finding new ways to infilt

Doubts cast on InfiniBand as data centre saviour

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With many vendors now backing InfiniBand as the best way to simplify data centre management, doubts are being raised in

Factor skills into legacy migrations, urge vendors

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Whether re-using or migrating away from legacy applications, skills emerge as a key consideration.

SNW Europe: Fujitsu Siemens launches FibreCAT for SMEs

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New products for the mid market will offer enterprise-grade LTO tape and disk as well as low power consumption normally

Samsung updates business mobiles

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New Symbian, Internet and business handsets unveiled by the phone maker.

Poor file management courts disaster, says report

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New research says that many organisations are facing serious consequences from poorly filed information being passed aro

Government dismisses internet safety report

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House of Lords committee says the government is "putting its head in the sand" with its approach to internet s

SNW Europe: DataCore unveils SAN disaster recovery bundle

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New addition to VIF line brings SAN disaster recovery features to smaller organisations such as automatic failover and f

Virtualisation, consolidation top data centre wish list

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Data centre managers target new strategies to better manage and reduce the growing complexities of today's IT infra

Balls backs IT diploma

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Minister for schools and children Ed Balls praises new IT diploma, saying it will help keep the UK competitive.

SNW Europe: Call for greener storage and data centres

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User panel at SNW Europe outlines the realities of what can be done to minimise the power and heat impact of storage in

IT glitch confuses Gatwick travellers

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An error with flight information screens left travellers confused after the time change on Sunday.

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