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Law Society of Scotland get spam filter

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New email security systems strengthen security at Scotland's legal body and improves email management.

Skype users hit by worm attack

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Worm hits Windows PCs by fooling users into clicking on Skype users into opening infected dummy JPEG files.

Splunk search engine raises $25 million

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Funding to help fuel rapid data centre adoption of Splunk's data search technology for unstructured data.

Firefox downloaded 400 million times

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The browser's popularity has gone from strength to strength since its launch three years ago, according to the late

VMworld: Virtualisation is now an industry

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VMware boss argues that growth in adoption combined with pressures on budgets and environmental factors have moved virtu

Stanhope ditches tape for online backup

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Property firm Stanhope moves from tape backup to online managed service to decrease data recovery times from days to min

NHS IT needs "external scrutiny"

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Report finds that national programme for IT needs better information to forecast costs and increase funding.

Microsoft, Novell sign up BMW and Siemens to Linux deal

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Controversial Linux interoperability agreement gains more support from European companies.

Microsoft details four updates for Patch Tuesday

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Microsoft issues patches to fix problems in Windows 2000, MSN Messenger, Windows Live Messenger and Windows Services for

Drug delivery with HP inkjet technology

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Licensing agreement means Irish firm Crospon will develop high-tech drug delivery patches based on HP Labs research.

Software as a service to fuel CRM boom

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Analyst firm Gartner predicts growth in analytics and marketing automation underlined by growth of vendors including Net

Trojans using Windows service to update malware

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Background Intelligent Transfer Service used to update and patch Windows is being used to download malware, according to

PC market boosted by rise in Intel revenues

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Stronger-than-usual demand for computers helps Intel raises its revenue forecast for the third quarter.

Midsize businesses unprepared for data loss

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European survey highlights deficiencies in IT skills and storage provision in the UK.

IBM signs up with the OpenOffice project

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Big Blue to back ODF as it agrees to contribute Lotus Notes code to the open-source office suite project.

Mobile data shortfalls increase compliance risk

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Survey highlights growing issues and concerns as almost 90 per cent of business fail to track mobile information and the

EU anti-trust powers to be tested by Microsoft ruling

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A Luxemburg court is set to hand down a significant anti-trust ruling in relation to Microsoft's on-going spat with

VMware shrinks hypervisor technology

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Vendor boosts server virtualisation strategy with the launch of VMware ESX Server 3i and deals to embed the technology i

HP ProCurve Networking unveils new enterprise core switch

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New core switch completes HP ProCurve Networking's switch family.

Is Virgin Media vulnerable to takeover?

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In the latest in our occasional series, the spotlight falls on troubled cable operator Virgin Media, a company that'

SWSoft updates Virtuozzo virtualisation app

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The company behind the popular Parallels desktop virtualisation product releases a beta of the latest version of its vir

Blyk set for UK launch this month

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Advert-funded mobile phone operator plans for launch of UK MVNO service later this month.

China to launch its own next-gen DVD format

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CH-DVD will compete with HD DVD and Blu-ray, and is expected to debut in the first half of 2008

Eudora mail client goes open source

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One-time market-leader in email software, Eudora had almost become extinct, but is set for a new lease of life as its em

Capgemini to support Google Apps

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Leading system integrator to offer and support Google's hosted application suite for enterprise users.

Intel unveils new Quad Core chips

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Six new processors announced by Intel ahead of AMD's Barcelona launch.

London is top spot for online card fraud

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New report puts capital top of the list for internet credit card fraud.

GSM is 20 today

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GSM celebrates 20 years of mobile evolution since its innovative birth.

Apple offers $100 credit to disgruntled early iPhone fans

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Following its announcement to slash the price of the iPhone by $200, the company plans to hand out discount vouchers to

EMC wraps up Avamar data deplication in virtual machine

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Avamar purchase sees technology deployed in EMC appliance.

First school of the future opens

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Bristol Brunel Academy is the first in the Building Schools for the Future programme, which will see new facilities and

Retail IT Summit: Levi's banks on SAP for growth

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Jeans maker realigns IT with business drivers.

EU calls for action on skills shortages

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The European Commission decides to take action on ICT skills shortages by creating a board and offering advise to indust

Virtualisation grows, but management challenges prevail

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Data centre inefficiency still exists in the enterprise, study finds.

Retail IT Summit: Firms overlook data for payment compliance

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Data standard awareness is increasing claim card companies.

Toshiba launches industry's highest capacity 1.8in HDD

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New development see 160GB of capacity squeezed into 1.8in hard disk drive.

Retail IT Summit: Specsavers targets growth with reusable tech templates

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Reusable technology template accelerates expansion.

Public sector IT set for slowdown

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Market's growth to contract as bigger deals become less common, according to research by Ovum.

Public Sector Roundup: Upgrading IT management

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The Isle of Wight improves its email management, a mental health trust gets ITIL suite and the Cabinet Office asks for f

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