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Hackers use spam spikes to disable email security

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New attack method of sending thousands of spam emails could disable anti-spam appliances and knock email servers offline

MPs move meetings online

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Politicians trial web conferencing to reduce environmental and financial impact of face-to-face meetings.

UK users most web active in Europe

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Brits are the most active web user base in Europe, but Germany boasts the largest online population aged 15 and older, a

Ministers out of the loop on IT projects

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Poor project management and inexperienced staff are increasing risks for complex government IT programmes, according to

Rogue security applications on the increase

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Malware pretending to be IT security programs are increasing in number, according to new research.

Wi-Fi handsets set for growth in 2007

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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

Hackers becoming ever more secretive

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New report finds that hackers are profiting from web attacks using "affiliation networks".

Microsoft talks agile at TechEd

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Lack of product announcements shifts developer focus to IT strategy.

Web services saving councils money

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Higher take up of online services means more cost cutting for local governments, despite a lack of long term planning, c

Telemedicine touted as £46 million NHS cost saving option

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Cardiac test machines which use telecommunications and outsource diagnosis could cut costs and prevent deaths, according

Oracle amends SAP lawsuit

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Oracle beefs up its legal battle with SAP by adding new allegations of copyright infringement and breach of contract.

Two-third of companies in the dark over software licenses

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New survey finds that businesses are failing to get to grips with software licensing.

EMC acquires authentication company Verid

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EMC bolsters RSA subsidiary with knowledge-based authentication specialist company.

Brocade enters HBA market

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New iSCSI and Fibre Channel host bus adapters see storage company enter £500m market.

Google adds FeedBurner to list of acquisitions

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Google's almighty shopping spree shows no sign of slowing down as the company snaps up FeedBurner.

Government accused of shredding IT project reports

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Leaked documents show Treasury body officials were told to "securely dispose" of gateway review reports.

The Midweek Interview: Richard Jackson part one

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Richard Jackson, managing director for UK, Ireland and South Africa at Citrix talks about how a successful access strate

Microsoft improves OneCare anti-virus product

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Microsoft no longer has worst anti-virus product but still fails to shine in lab tests.

HSBC embraces web as online sale volumes double

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The financial services giant should 55 per cent growth in online sales last year as more customers realise the benefits

Microsoft gets nod to fight Eolas patent

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US Patent and Trademark Office allows new legal challenge to web patent.

DDoS attacks on Estonia "not from Kremlin"

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Attacks aimed at Estonian government websites came from everywhere except from the Russian government, study suggests.

Nokia takes the wraps off three new handsets

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The mobile giant has announced three new devices, two mid-market 3G offerings and one high-end, aesthetically-focused pr

Brocade profits fall

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McData acquisition makes impact on storage company's bottom line.

Open source software boom to generate $5.8bn by 2011

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Open source software revenue will grow from $1.8 billion in 2006 to $5.8 billion in 2011, but money generated will still

Third of wireless hotspots in London still unencrypted

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New survey finds Canary Wharf wireless networks more secure than one in Paris's La Defense business district but le

Dell to cull 10 per cent of staff in next year

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Despite reporting Q1 sales of $14 billion, Dell plans to shed 8,800 jobs worldwide as it attempts to rein-in market-lead

Microsoft expands Live Search Books, signs up publishers

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New keyword search tools will find content from dozens of publishers.

Alleged spam king Soloway charged with fraud

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First man to be charged with aggravated identity theft under new US anti-spam laws.

Scientists store artificial "memories" in neuron network

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New research from scientists in Israel could pave way for integrating living material into memory chips.

Google hosts first dedicated developer day

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As it increases its focus on software and software-related services, Google holds its first global day of events to enco

Gates and Jobs appear together on stage

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Microsoft and Apple leaders share the stage at The Wall Street Journal's D5 Executive Conference.

Nominet launches UK web best practice challenge

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The UK's internet movers and shakers will descend on the Houses of Commons next week as part of Nominet's best

Verisign chief quits

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No reason given as internet domain registry chief resigns from board.

Orange unveils new business tariffs

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Orange has launched three new tariffs aimed specifically at the unique needs of businesses of different sizes.

Number of security flaws nearer to 140,000

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Most vulnerabilities in applications never see the light of day, according to security expert.

Motorola to shed 4,000 jobs and $600 million costs in 2008

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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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