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November 2000

  • Thieves strike at Deutsche Bank



    Bill Goodwin

    City of London Police have launched an investigation after thieves stole computer equipment, worth an estimated £1m, from...

  • ICL plans to boost hot-desking



    Troubled computer services company ICL is planning a significant increase in the number of its workers "hot-desking" as part of a strategy to break even...

  • IT directors and agencies in fees battle



    Bill Goodwin

    IT directors and recruitment agencies are at loggerheads over plans to make it easier for employers to give permanent jobs...

  • Whistler will block unauthorised software

    Whistler, Microsoft's upcoming Windows release, will include a security feature to block any software lacking a valid digital...

  • Watering systems

    Pouring an enterprise integration tool onto Anglian Water's mix of legacy and proprietary systems created the code it needed in...

  • Will IT cure NHS' ills?

    Jane Dudman outlines the challenges and changes facing the National Health Service in the e-economy.

  • Watch out for Internet 2

    The Internet 2 project promises to revolutionise e-commerce when it finally yields fruit. Danny Bradbury investigates.

  • Chinook tragedy demands reform



    The Public Accounts Committee report into the Mull of Kintyre helicopter crash vindicates Computer Weekly's three-year campaign for justice. It...

  • Law firm's life-line to start-up failures



    Joy Macknight

    Tarlo Lyons, a City-based technology and communications law firm, is launching a specialist Corporate Recovery Group to rescue...

  • N Ireland voices 'come home' plea



    Bill Goodwin

    Employers are urging thousands of IT workers who left Northern Ireland for jobs in the US and Europe to come back home to...

  • User groups: strength in numbers



    Most user groups are repositioning themselves to accommodate the e-induced sea changes sweeping through industry today. They have a golden opportunity to...

  • Not to be stiffed at: combatting unfair software licensing

    IT managers, are supposed to be more business savvy these days. Julia Vowler gives them a few pointers on how they can combat...

  • Offering the right IT training to staff



    My company has a good reputation for providing IT staffers with high levels of training. It is one reason why we are able to attract quality staff in...

  • One2One to launch integrated prepaid mobile bundle



    Mobile phone network One2One will launch a synchronised pre-pay phone and handheld computer at the start of next month.

    The Nokia 5146 pre-pay...

  • Oracle integrates business data



    Oracle has announced plans to combine specialised business technologies - previously separate applications - into a single infrastructure for business...

  • Profit warnings hit confidence in services sector

    Sema's profit warning last week was another unwelcome piece of news in the IT services market and has hit stock market confidence...

  • No ban on hacking tools, says Council of Europe



    Bill Goodwin

    The Council of Europe has dropped proposals to outlaw the use of "hacking" tools by IT departments, following an intense...

  • Archiving for the digital age

    As the quest for the paperless office continues, Philip Hunter reports on current thinking on digital archiving

  • Building a site for a better society

    Setting up a Web site in the banking world isn't easy, and to do it without a hitch deserves praise indeed

  • ASPs bitten by ferocious market



    Nick Huber

    Four in 10 IT directors cannot list the main business benefits of using an application service provider (ASP), according to...