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September 2000

  • Web host glitch exposes data

    Security: Business data is left exposed while security standard lies idle

  • Web control or Web anarchy?



    John Riley

    Groundswell

    The ignorant in pursuit of the uncontrollable. That...

  • Agency aims to beat IT ageism



    A leading IT recruitment specialist is spearheading a campaign to outlaw ageism in recruitment, writes Antony Savvas. It is also calling for the...

  • BCS prompts ministers to scrutinise IT training deal



    Government ministers are rushing to act on a BCS warning that a new scheme to encourage IT training opens the way for suppliers to increase their fees...

  • Bugs on the move: mobile viruses start to bite

    Summer always brings out the bugs and this year was no exception as the first mobile viruses started to bite.

  • Australian database brings golden rewards



    Robert Dunt

    Australia's Olympic victories should come as no surprise considering a computer is being used to highlight potential...

  • E-business spending explosion



    John Riley

    Investment in e-commerce systems has rocketed in the past year, according to extensive user research.

    Spend by IT...

  • E-business awards: Design award



    The bold and the beautiful

    You can set up an impressive e-business engine, but if you don't pay due attention to content design, you'll be...

  • Don't forget the human touch

    A Web presence can substantially reduce business costs but savings should not be chased at the expense of customer relationships,...

  • E-business awards: SME award



    The live wires of the Internet

    The three companies that have made it to the shortlist in the SME E-Business Award are shining examples of...

  • MPs lack faith in UK Online aims



    Mike Simons

    MPs are losing faith in ministers' ability to deliver their e-commerce and e-government goals, according to a new survey by...

  • 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...

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    Microsoft's ASP scripting technology is being superseded by a more suitable version for large corporate Web sites, writes Nick...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Seeing is believing in the video age

    Recent developments in mobile technology have shown the viability of video phones, writes Antony Savvas.

  • Outsourcing set to pave way for UM



    Daniel Thomas

    One in four UK IT departments believe there will be business benefits from outsourcing their messaging...

  • NHS surgery is a tricky operation

    Taking on IT for the health service was never going to be a smooth operation. So one year on, how is the patient responding to...

  • Normal trading rules apply for e-procurement



    Most business-to-business (B2B) marketplaces have the potential to generate enormous savings over more traditional methods of selling or procuring goods...