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I want rather a lot from Government IT - but I will settle for "confining its ambitions to what can be safely delivered by the staff currently in post or being recruited or trained".
The report of the 2009 Survey, "The Internet in Britain" talks of the UK reaching a "tipping" point in social usage but the peak of buying products on-line more than monthly was in 2007:
The growth within the UK of advertising-funded services (including search engines and social networks) is only sustainable if a reasonable proportion of the profit is invested into the local ...
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They don't but most of the machines in their botnets have been switched off for the day. Only the obsessives are on-line and they are less likely to be infected.
Dodgy delivery - You get an email saying "We tried to deliver your package, but were unable to reach you. Please click here to rearrange your delivery" The link delivers something - malware.
That means basing services on market research into what the majority of customers actually want. And given that only the credulous respond to on-line surveys (the rest of us listen to the advice ...
The communications costs currently being quoted for smart metering could be slashed by up 90% if pooled with investment in mixed (satelite, mobile and fibre) next generation networks.
One of the problems with organising the E-Crime Reduction Partnership will be to get the various communities talk constructively with each other - instead of just shouting at each other across the ...
The pressure is building up to cleanse the domain name system as a key points of leverage in the fight against on-line fraud but that raises the interesting question of who is serious. Co.uk may be ...
I think the message is that even pop-ups on trusted sites are not to be trusted.