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Websense launches web 2.0 threat protection

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New HoneyJax system could stop hackers from using web 2.0 attacks against unsuspecting users.

E-borders could be used to enforce fines

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Additional details from Home Office e-borders plans shows how the Home Office may make further use of traveller data.

IBM buys Princeton Softech

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Deal sees Big Blue pick up data archiving software company.

SOA deployments start to bear fruits

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A new report by analyst Aberdeen Group suggests that SOA supporters are starting to come out ahead of their less support

E-government spending to jump

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Spending on web-based applications and services to jump to £1.4 billion as local authorities look for ways to cut techno

Email outages a major worry for companies

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Most email outages only noticed by IT departments when users phone up to complain, according to new research.

IT managers spend too much time buying

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According to a new study, IT managers spend a fifth of their time on procurement and another fifth on administrative tas

2.5GHz - taking wireless broadband mobile

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For all the talk of 4G services like WiMAX and long term evolution (LTE), the first services we see in the 2.5GHz spectr

Criminal tracking pilot exposes technology flaws

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A pilot to test electronic satellite tracking of criminals comes with mixed results and reveals problems with tracking a

Microsoft pushes back Office 2008 for Mac due date

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The proud parent to be has announced that its much-awaited Office 2008 for Mac offspring will not be delivered on time.

Education Roundup: £60 million for student tech

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The Learning and Skills Council boosts spending on post-16 educational IT by £20 million, Leeds university goes virtual

Mobile operators meet EU roaming rules

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A majority of mobile operators across the EU have met or exceeded roaming price caps, with 3G operator 3 coming in with

AV products fail 64-bit Vista virus tests

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Latest Virus Bulletin lab results find that a host of anti-virus products fail to secure the 64-bit version of Windows V

Data centre cuts energy use by 40 per cent

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Switching to DC power, diskless servers and lower-voltage chips contribute to lower electricity bills for East End data

Mobile, UIs and Web 2.0 can transform business

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Analyst Gartner tips companies on the key technologies that they should be embracing over the next decade.

Old malware threats resurface

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Nude pictures and the Downloader trojan make reappearances as experts warn users to be vigilant.

Dell snaps up ASAP for $340 million

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The computing giant is boosting its software asset management portfolio through the acquisition of ASAP Software.

The Midweek Interview: Rob Gretton part one

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Rob Gretton, Business Development Director for DISUK talks about the inherent risks associated with data security, parti

Google pumps big money into GPhone

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The search giant has approached networks in Europe and the US regarding its forthcoming handset, according to media repo

Red Hat delays launch of Global Desktop Linux

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Due for release in August, the next version of Red Hat's desktop product will now be delayed until at least Septemb

Symantec updates storage management software

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CommandCentral reaches version 5 and adds support for virtualisation.

£80 million IT system to hold military medical records

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New solution from LogicaCMG will bring military medical records overseas and to the battlefield as early as 2009.

Nokia reports strong Q2 results

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The mobile giant is still enjoying massive market success, particularly in relation to demand for its devices.

E-borders to cost £1.2 billion

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The Home Office claims electronic borders pilot has helped in over 1,000 arrests of people charged with murder, rape and

Which? demands end to misleading broadband speed claims

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Following a study that revealed many customers weren't getting even close to the advertised speeds of their broadba

Cognizant Q2 revenue hits $516 million

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The offshore outsourcing giant has unveiled a 53 per cent revenue increase compared with the same quarter last year, dem

LateRooms.com unveils mobile offering

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The discount hotel booking service has replicated its online offering for mobile users.

VMware launches Mac virtualisation

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Fusion goes on sale next week, letting users run 60 different operating systems from their Macs, offering a challenge to

Attachment spam on the rise

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Spammers increasingly turn to attachment spam as a means of avoiding detection by junk mail filters.

TelecityRedbus to build new Amsterdam datacentre

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New facilities in the Netherlands will see the construction of the hosting company's 20th European datacentre.

Watchdog calls for halt to e-voting pilots

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Electoral Commission does not see merit in continuing "piecemeal piloting" without direction and strategy from

Laser printers as unhealthy as smoking

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A study by Australian scientists shows some models of laser printers give off the same amount of particulate pollution a

Deletemusic worm threat to mp3 collections

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Researcher warns of new worm that spreads via USB flash disks and deletes user's online music collection.

Laptop prices threatened by component shortage

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Supply problems for key parts including screens and batteries will hit retail stocks and could force prices up.

Docklands IT density could be disastrous

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The density of data centres and peering connections in the Docklands could be disastrous for firms who can't afford

MPack malware more dangerous than phishing attacks

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Expert warns that the MPack malware toolkit gives criminals the means to steal bank account details without users going

Public Sector Roundup: Servers, e-buying cut costs

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Stoke-on-Trent halves the costs of order processing with e-procurement, Nottingham cuts energy use with blade servers, D

Users still at war with IT departments

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Users are still frustrated by ill-performing applications and slow responses from their IT departments according to new

Public sector failing on IT disposal

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National Audit Office report says public sector is lagging private enterprise when it comes to getting rid of old IT in

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