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September 2000

  • Hackney launches HackneyConnect site



    One London council has leapfrogged over other sites in order to drive e-commerce and e-government ahead

    Prime Minister Tony Blair's...

  • Police crack Egg online fraud case



    National Crime Squad officers investigating attempts to defraud the online bank, Egg, made five arrests this week, writes Bill Goodwin.

    Five men,...

  • Hanging up on BT's stranglehold

    The government is bringing out a white paper on telecoms regulation.

  • Post Office venture aims to cut out Internet fraud

    A new Internet company has teamed up with the Post Office in the hope of removing online security problems for businesses and...

  • Oil giant drills into mySAP.com



    A US oil giant formed by the merger of Exxon and Mobil is integrating its operations around SAP's e-commerce solution, SAP.com.

    MySAP.com will be...

  • Helpdesks face automated future

    The future of helpdesks must lie in systems that weed out routine problems and divert them to automated solutions, says Philip...

  • Further tangles for Web trade

    New legislation could make online shopping less of a gamble for European consumers, writes Robert Dunt

  • Mobile Web is not just hype

    Behind the hype, the world of wireless Internet can offer genuine benefits, and it is time your business got prepared. Andrew...

  • Intel unveils personal client architecture for the 3G sector

    Forget Wintel, it's going to by Symbintel - at least, that was the message from Tokyo as Intel announced its personal client...

  • Just 37 get security cert



    Bill Goodwin

    Only 37 UK organisations have been awarded a certificate for the government-backed security standard, more than two years...

  • Microsoft makes revision to ASP script

    Microsoft's ASP scripting technology is being superseded by a more suitable version for large corporate Web sites, writes Nick...

  • Mobiles are currency of tomorrow, says Virgin

    You will never have to worry about having change in your pocket when you want a drink in the future, if the Virgin Mobile...

  • Oracle announces giant push into 9i Internet software



    Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle Corporation, used the giant Oracle Openworld user conference in San Francisco to launch his company's next generation Internet...

  • Oftel faces shaky future



    British Telecom and telecoms regulator Oftel were this week facing the prospect of legal action from UK operators as the row over access to BT's local...

  • PCs are more stressful than in-laws



    PC failure is more stressful than spending a weekend with the in-laws or being dumped by one's partner, according to Benchmark research commissioned by...

  • Forum for the new media woman

    In creating a dynamic networking forum, Stuart Wilson of One Bad Monkey proves he's the business

  • Standards required for Web pensions profits



    Nick Huber

    The profitability of stakeholder pensions is at risk unless insurers invest in an electronic remittance standard, according to...

  • The Third IT in Chemicals Conference

    Keeping up to date with the fast paced IT in chemicals and software markets is vital to maintain your company's competitiveness. ...

  • The weakest link in the chain

    Breifing: If you want to communicate with the office when travelling abroad you'll need a suitcase full of adaptors. Eric Doyle...

  • Training responsibilities

    Enterprise resource planning (ERP) users within our company have been complaining that they have inadequate levels of training.