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August 2000

  • Inland Revenue hunts 'missing' files



    Tony Collins

    The Inland Revenue is at odds with a Government software supplier over the hunt for millions of "missing" tax...

  • Huge increase in thin client sales



    According to a report by market analysts at IDC, worldwide sales of thin clients are showing a 90% increase but Western Europe is seeing much greater...

  • IT's the tiger in the Volvo tank

    Once seen as an overhead, Volvo Truck's IT department is held in high esteem by the rest of the business. Ross Bentley met the...

  • ISPs face salary meltdown



    Almost two thirds of all UK internet services companies will not be able to afford next year's salary increases, warns financial analysis firm,...

  • ICL: English Patient in need of radical surgery?

    Fujitsu must make some radical decisions about its UK subsidiary ICL. Nicholas Enticknap assesses its options and finds that...

  • IBM wins linear tape protocol race



    Eric Doyle

    IBM will release its first tape storage products under the new Linear Tape-Open (LTO) protocol next month, with Fujitsu...

  • Intel outlines peer-to-peer vision



    Nick Huber

    Intel's grand vision of peer-to-peer computing, outlined at its developers' forum last week, will have only a limited impact...

  • ITers unfazed by surveillance

    While companies are embroiled in a war with the Government over whether the security services should have access to their...

  • Intel recalls 1.13GHz P3



    Lindsay Clark

    Intel has been forced to recall its fastest Pentium processor because of problems while under software testing....

  • More girls take IT GCSE



    Robert Dunt

    The IT industry could start to lose its male dominated image if trends in this week's GCSE examinations...

  • Net quality marks stay divided



    David Bicknell

    The Department of Trade & Industry (DTI) has ruled out a rapprochement between Web site hallmarks operated by Trust UK...

  • Network Associates patches up PGP loophole



    Bill Goodwin

    Network Associates has issued a patch following the discovery of a loophole in PGP encryption software that could leave...

  • Laporte in e-buying roll-out

    Laporte believes an electronic procurement system can slash its annual consumables spend.

  • Tivoli network software limbers up for Olympics

    Tivoli's Software Distribution technology will be deployed at the forthcoming Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, writes Paul Phillips

  • Web techies buck downward trend



    The IT jobs market may have fallen to its lowest level since 1995, declining again during the second quarter of this year, but demand for IT professionals...

  • You are watching Big Brother

    As if there was ever any doubt that we are indeed a nation obsessed with the Big Brother phenomenon, the latest rankings from...

  • Why adopt a Knowledge Management strategy?

    Key pointers about the value of adopting a knowledge management strategy. Is KM a business or an IT tool?

  • Triumph of the super nerds

    IT-phobic bosses are in danger of being superseded by their more computer-friendly staff, as technological advancements in the...

  • The power and the glory: don't be complacent about electricity supplies

    We all take electricity for granted, but an IT director cannot afford complacency as power interruptions can wreak havoc in the...

  • KnowledgePool deepens portfolio of e-business training



    IT and business skills training company, KnowledgePool, is to expand its portfolio of e-Business training programmes in an effort to meet growing industry...