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The iPhone cometh

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The countdown is nearly over for the UK availability of the iPhone.

Security vendor Sophos goes public

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Sophos announces plans to float on stock exchange to fuel growth in North America and finance growth through acquisition

HMRC extends IT contract

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HMRC restructures Aspire contract to save 10 per cent, months after MPs criticise expensive tender process.

Amazon offers Red Hat on-demand

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E-commerce giant teams with open source leader to offer on-demand web service compute capacity in the cloud, by the hour

Cost revision for ID card scheme

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The cost of the identity card scheme and biometric passports has fallen, according to Home Office numbers, but is runnin

Half of workers use office printer for personal use

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High costs of ink are driving people to print at work - sometimes even CVs for job hunts.

Microsoft targets SMEs with new server

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Server software bundle known as 'Centro' to get public unveiling at next week's TechEd developer conferen

Focus on Belgium: Aventiv set to launch NomaDesk hosted storage

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Flanders-based start-up is readying a new form of hosted storage and shared document workspace to compete with the likes

Focus on Belgium: Why is Tele Atlas at the centre of a bidding war?

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The chief executive and founder of digital map maker Tele Atlas spoke to IT PRO on the eve of TomTom's revised offe

Internet raises enterprise application expectations

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New survey finds availability and speed thresholds high for web-enabled enterprise applications.

British Airways ensures email access on the move

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Rollout to over 30,000 mobile employees simplifies airline giant's corporate communications.

Orange unveils mobile email service for SMEs

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The mobile operator says its new product removes the barriers of cost and complexity for smaller players.

Edinburgh takes applications online

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City council moves its 28-page form to the web to improve customer service and efficiency.

UK organisations ill prepared for continuity risks

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New report finds business longevity, reputation and ability to succeed hampered by lack of information availability and

Operators must create strong successor to SMS

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Mobile players must think beyond SMS but mirror its success with the next killer app.

Microsoft plans data centre for Ireland

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The software giant is investing £237 million into a Dublin data centre, it's first outside the US.

Microsoft fires CIO

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Following an internal investigation, Stuart Scott is dismissed for 'violation of company policies'.

MoD spends £8 million on software

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Ministry of Defence drops millions on contract with Infonic for SharePoint-improving software.

O2 prepares for iPhone launch with extra staff

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The mobile operator is beefing up its employee ranks in preparation for Friday's launch of the iPhone in the UK.

Focus on Belgium: IT research and development on the rise

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Keen to build a base for technology innovation and excellence in the centre of Europe, Belgium's IMEC is investing

Mobile firms join Femto Forum

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The forum's popularity grows as mobile operators sign up to develop Femtocell technology.

Supercomputer aims to give Williams F1 competitive edge

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A recently deployed Lenovo supercomputer is already helping F1's last independent race team design faster cars.

Microsoft announces SaaS developer pack for Outlook

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Outlook + Services will provide blueprints to make connected Outlook add-ins easier to make and deploy.

Microsoft offers Search Server Express free

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Microsoft offers free Search Server Express 2008 product as it makes a play in the enterprise search market.

Lenovo launches into workstation market

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PC maker's new 'ThinkStation' branded product line is first since acquiring IBM's Personal Computing

Public Sector Roundup: Land Registry pulls web docs

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Potential for fraud leads Land Registry to take documents offline, Leeds uses discovery to help with XP migration, and S

Online consumers experience problems checking out

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New survey finds online shopping growth hampered by UK consumers' experience of transaction problems and poor custo

Firms overlook software value

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Report by international business school INSEAD shows that executives have failed to properly assess the value of core so

SLM vendor guns for big guys

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Latest Nimsoft release targets large enterprises and extends compatibility to open source stack.

Dell makes largest ever acquisition with EqualLogic

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PC maker to pay $1.4 billion for storage area network specialist as key part of enterprise virtualisation portfolio.

Google announces Android software platform for phones

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After months of heated debate and hope of a Google-branded and Google software-based phone, the company has announced no

Thomas Cook signs $400-million outsourcing deal

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Holiday operator extends Accenture relationship with 10-year contract following its MyTravel acquisition.

15,000 Standard Life customers' data put at risk

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HMRC admits CD containing personal data lost in transit may put pension customers at risk of identity fraud weeks after

Royal & SunAlliance outsources for £92 million

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UK insurer signs 10 year deal with T-Systems to outsource its print and IT operations.

Microsoft jumps gun on Vista SP1 again

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Friday posting claims initial release candidate to be released before admitting a mistake was made.

Nearly 150,000 children on DNA database

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Figures obtained by the Liberal Democrats show 150,000 under-16s on the government's DNA database.

RIM launches software for SMEs

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BlackBerry maker offers new professional software designed specifically for small to medium businesses.

UK users send more than one billion texts a week

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Texting volumes continue to grow according to the latest figures from the Mobile Data Association.

Leopard fails firewall tests

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Researchers at Heise Security have said that firewall in Apple's newest OS was unable to prevent any incoming traff

Microsoft defends Facebook stake

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Chief executive Steve Ballmer says £115 million investment in social networking site was an important investment.

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