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Red Hat launches Enterprise MRG beta

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The open source giant has played the latest card up its Linux automation sleeve with the beta release of a new real-time

Met Police push for new e-crime unit

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The Met head of computer crime has endorsed calls for an e-crime unit to coordinate the police response to growing cyber

Computer Clubs for Girls hits 100,000 members

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Group to encourage girls into IT jobs is adding a thousand members a week.

ICO wants more power, money

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Information Commissioner Richard Thomas tells government he needs more money and spot check powers - and challenges ID c

VPN to connect Gate Gourmet's kitchens

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Airline and catering logistics company supports worldwide SAP installation with outsourced scalable network service.

Efficiency to top Government IT spend

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Efficiency will outpace budget and service improvements as the main factor in spending decisions as growth in spending s

OQO launches HSDPA-enabled ultra-mobile PC

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But 3G, wi-fi and Bluetooth in a 5" PC with sliding keyboard is only for Europe and Asia.

Parallels bundles Premium Edition

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The latest version of the virtualisation product for Mac includes security, disk management and backup in a single packa

New site offers chance to rent iPhone

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For those put off by the cost or contractual terms of Apple's new iPhone, a newly launched e-commerce website offer

Most UK firms offer flexible working

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Government study shows that the majority of UK companies offer flexible working of some sort.

Data issues hamper M&A integration

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Research suggests that merger and acquisition activities too often ignore IT integration, to the detriment of shareholde

Nokia World: Mobile market to grow 10 per cent

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Four billion mobile subscribers by 2009, according to Nokia's chief executive.

Ofcom releases high frequency spectrum

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Online auction, announced for early next year, is expected to encourage high-capacity wireless broadband services.

EU launches mobile climate control application

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Innovative mobile app calculates our effect on the environment.

Nokia World: Nokia announces unlimited music downloads

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Green phones and "context aware" services to drive mobile internet.

In-house coding is banks' own worst enemy

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Financial services organisations are causing self-inflicted harm by creating poor-quality in-house code according to a n

UK users' satisfaction wanes for Oracle support

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Results of annual UK Oracle User Group survey has found that, while the satisfaction levels in technology is gaining, su

UK trailing Nordic leaders in web access

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The UK is above average in Europe for internet access and broadband rollout, according to an EU survey.

All systems go for GNER's new website

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The rail operator has launched its new site, designed to make the ticket-buying experience easier for customers.

Firefox has 125 million users a month

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A Mozilla executive has said his firm's web browser jumps to 48 million Active Daily Users from 23 million last yea

Domino's Pizza celebrates £1 million web orders

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Customers are hungry for the pizza chain's products as the company boasts a bumper week of online sales.

Vista adoption cautious as OS turns one year old

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The latest Microsoft operating system celebrates its first birthday, but it is marked by slow enterprise adoption.

20 billion spam emails hit UK inboxes daily

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Latest spam and virus end-of-year trends and prediction report has found 2007 spam levels have increased 100 per cent on

Today marks online shopping bonanza

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Payments association predicts online shopping will smash the £5 billion mark in December with today the most popular for

ID card support slips

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A newspaper poll has shown that support for the identity card scheme has fallen to 43 per cent.

Q&A: Jon Callas of PGP

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In the wake of the HM Revenue and Customs data loss debacle, IT PRO sat down with security expert Jon Callas, chief tech

Happy birthday SMS: 15 today

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It is 15 years today since the first commercial text was sent over the Vodafone network by Airwide Solutions engineer Ne

Motorola chief resigns

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Ed Zander steps down as chief executive in January and as chairman in May following swingeing job cuts and three quarter

SatLav shows Londoners where to spend a penny

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Council-backed location-based text service will guide the public to the nearest loo in Westminster.

The Pier assures networks in time for Christmas

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New mobile routing technology installed across store estate guarantees communication and transaction network access and

Google to bid for wireless spectrum

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Web search giant is looking to increase competition in the wireless world by bidding for block of spectrum with a reserv

Security experts petition for e-crime unit

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An online petition has been set up to ask the government to form a central e-crime police unit, following last week'

Fasthosts' FTP spaces compromised

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The largest web hosting firm in the UK has told its customers that some FTP spaces have been compromised, just a month a

Teen hacker arrest shows clampdown continues

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New Zealand police confirm they have questioned a teenager for allegedly leading a gang that created a one-million stron

Public Sector Roundup: Plate scanner cuts crime

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A Manchester mall uses Automatic Number Plate Recognition to cut crime by 65 per cent, Barking patients get free text re

Online sales top £130 billion

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Sales by UK businesses over the internet jumped 29 per cent on year, according to the Office for National Statistics.

Amazon users will answer your questions

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Launch of Askville.com puts the online retailer into the business of answering ad-hoc questions, alongside the likes of

Europe backs DVB-H as mobile TV standard

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The European Union settles on DVB-H as it tries to harmonise mobile TV services across Europe and ensure compatibility o

Plastic fibre offer 'last mile' alternative

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Researchers have developed an alternative to copper and glass network infrastructure cabling they claim could eliminate

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