May 2000

  • May 24, 2000 24 May'00

    BT fails to offer hacker protection to ADSL users

    Antony Savvas

    Users wanting to take advantage of the arrival of Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) in the UK through BT, have yet to be...

  • May 24, 2000 24 May'00

    E-business legislation creating uncertainty

    Getting IT systems to conform to statutory financial services regulation is an obstacle course, particularly when it comes to storing Web data for several...

  • May 24, 2000 24 May'00

    Demand for IT staff is still rising

    Web and e-commerce skills are leading the way as demand for IT staff continues to grow at the fastest rate since the summer of 1998.

    In April demand...

  • May 24, 2000 24 May'00

    Computer Weekly has exclusive tif presence

    Computer Weekly was exclusively invited to participate in this year's Technical Infrastructure Forum annual conference. This is a result of the...

  • May 24, 2000 24 May'00

    Oracle unveils e-business suite

    David Bicknell

    Oracle will this week ship an e-business suite comprising a string of offerings for users wrestling with e-business...

  • May 24, 2000 24 May'00

    Transmeta low-power chip debuts in mobile computers

    Transmeta is to unveil a range of mobile computers that will use its low-power, PC-compatible Crusoe chip.

    The lightweight laptops and Webpads, to...

  • May 24, 2000 24 May'00

    £50k to find Java team

    Antony Savvas

    The IT poaching game has taken a new turn, with e-commerce systems supplier Entranet offering a £50,000 bounty for anyone...

  • May 24, 2000 24 May'00

    GPs get free NHSnet

    Lindsay Clark

    The NHS Executive in Scotland is to fund GPs' access to NHSnet, the health service's intranet.

    To align with England and...

  • May 24, 2000 24 May'00

    Thinking search system

    Language developer NQL Solutions has produced a search system which "thinks like a human".

    The California-based firm is building a "fuzzy logic"...