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September 2000

  • Former ilion chairman returns to spearhead launch of Asita



    Former ilion chairman Wayne Channon has returned to the IT industry — but steered clear of the distribution channel — by taking on the...

  • AOL seeks poll position in the flat-rate scramble

    The unmetered ISP market has proved a minefield for some big players and the waiting game with BT has caused confusion among...

  • Debate: Will digital cameras supersede film photography?

    Digital cameras have already attracted droves of devotees - but are their celluloid counterparts ready for retirement? The...

  • RIP Act extends culpability

    E-commerce expert Catrin Turner explains the implications of the RIP Act, which makes firms criminally liable for intercepting...

  • Sainsbury's IT staff want compensation



    Trade unions are planning to press supermarket chain Sainsbury's for compensation for 900 IT staff transferring from the supermarket to Andersen...

  • Re-ignite potential with reverse headhunting



    David Taylor

    Inside track

    Resignation from a company is fraught with different emotions. Behind the statistics (it costs three...

  • Inland Revenue spikes one million tax records



    Tony Collins

    The Government has approved an Inland Revenue move to clear one million unresolved tax records from its systems.

    It...

  • ROI questions haunt dotcoms

    Venture capitalists are putting the squeeze on dotcoms - placing the more vulnerable ones close to the edge

  • Ageism threatens economy



    Despite repeated warnings to companies that they ignore the contributions of 'older' workers at their own peril, a report released last week claims that...

  • Barclaycard in £40m smartcard deal



    Daniel Thomas

    As part of its commitment to issue smartcards to all customers by 2003, Barclays Merchant Services (BMS) has signed a...

  • AMD and Intel price war rages



    Intel and its main rival Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) have resumed a price war on microprocessors in the face of slowing demand in the European and US...

  • Banks splash out withpost-crash e-spending



    John Riley

    Shocked by the dotcom hysteria last autumn, and emboldened by the shake-out last March, big corporations are currently on a...

  • Whose jurisdiction covers us?

    We host a Web site for a UK firm in the US and membership data is stored on the US server. What are the implications of the Data...

  • e-Government: the whats, whys and whens

    Cabinet Office minister Ian McCartney says UK Online means the Government wants to get people online rather than having to wait...

  • £1.8bn ASP success for housing quango



    Mike Simons

    The Housing Corporation, the giant quango which hands out government money for social housing, has taken bids with a...

  • Women put off by IT's image

    Women are ideally placed to succeed in the IT sector, but the possibility of hitting a 'glass ceiling' in their careers is...

  • You too can be a star

    So popular has IT recruitment become and so great the current demand for people with top information technology skills that...

  • Worries about the euro



    Last year my IT department spent a large part of our budget on Y2K compliance, egged on by the doom-mongers working for consultancies and among...

  • Thumbs down for accountants

    Traditional accountancy firms and conventional umbrella services are failing to meet the needs of today's IT contractors,...

  • Wireless printing from mobile phones is here

    Mobile phone users will soon be able to print information from their handsets using Bluetooth technology, following a...