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The police have the power to put you in jail if you don’t hand over encryption keys to the data they want.
Jacqui Smith stresses that a database of communications intercepts will not contain content from emails and phone calls, as a government minister slams the plans.
The top storage news from the show floor of this year's Storage Expo in London.
Schools have invested more into their ICT systems this year than ever before, but teachers are slow to adopt the technologies in the classroom.
An annual information security survey has revealed budgets are on the rise to combat damaging data breach incidents, despite the economic downturn.
Traditional ‘anti-virus’ software doesn’t do enough, even though it is advertised as being a complete solution.
There’s more to saving the planet than making things recyclable or using less energy, according to a leading analyst.
Local authority boosts data protection efforts with NetVault: Backup.
Otto Group, the owner of Freemans and Grattan, is enhancing its operational efficiency by expanding its data warehouse with time-critical information.
The botnet which wrecked havoc in early 2007 is dead, but it looks like it has been replaced by something stronger.
Storage virtualisation has become another major piece of the virtual infrastructure – and iSCSI appliances look set to dominate this market.
Novell will pick up the firm and its Configuration Management Database for an undisclosed sum.
Another bumper Patch Tuesday addresses nearly 10 vulnerabilities, some of which affect mission-critical systems, like Active Directory.
According to the MAMA system, the average web page has 47 markup errors and some 80 per cent of sites use CSS.
Netbooks prop up computer sales as Acer takes the top spot for EMEA shipments, according to Gartner data.
The tech giant said demand was steady but prices had dipped, as analysts praised the chipmaker's strong product line-up.
Microsoft is to offer its Office suite for an annual subscription.
A new McAfee report shows criminals are increasingly targeting the human, rather than the technology, to steal personal data.
Most small and midsized businesses are eager to embrace cloud computing benefits, but few are considering the network and security implications.
The codename for the next Windows system will be kept on as the official name, Microsoft has announced.
Xerox tackles the mid-range colour laser market, but will its latest low-price business printer in the Phaser line outperform cheaper entry-level models?
The department store retailer will use touch screen displays to test an electrical goods price comparison service in its new West London flagship store.
Gary McKinnon's fight against extradition may finally be at the end of the road as the Home Secretary rejects his appeal.
The iconic device has reached its quarter century milestone.
A clever attempt to take advantage of Microsoft’s ‘Patch Tuesday’.
Spam attack on email provider Tucows hits users of Virgin Media's service.
Reliability and power efficiency are key attributes, according to product’s makers.
More open source development support and collaboration improvements top the list of new features in Microsoft’s rival to Adobe’s Flash and AIR.
The chain of opticians has signed a global agreement for IT supplies to speed up its international expansion plans.
The Cupertino-based technology maker is scheduled to announce new portable products, with hints of a possible move into netbooks.
US antitrust investigators end their study of the graphics chip industry and take no action against the owner of ATI.
US president George Bush signs off on the new legislation that will increase the penalties for audio and video content piracy.
The two internet giants are in talks with US authorities to avoid their advertising tie-up being declared anti-competitive.
ACCA, British Chambers of Commerce, Everywoman and Dragon’s Den’s Peter Jones join BT to kick off week-long event.
Poor pay is the main driver behind IT workers checking personal email and Facebook at work, according to a new survey.
Server manufacturer highlights success in industry standard enterprise benchmarks to sell the benefits of its latest Solaris based system.
The adoption of open source increases as businesses look to tighten their IT budgets.
Reading University details contenders in its artificial intelligence competition.