June 2000

  • June 28, 2000 28 Jun'00

    Elan expands in Edinburgh

    Elan Computing's Edinburgh branch has relocated to larger offices, citing a "dynamic" business strategy and the growth of IT opportunities in e-commerce...

  • June 28, 2000 28 Jun'00

    Tapping law could push work abroad

    David Bicknell

    Encryption specialists battling to overturn the government's proposed Web-tapping legislation are advising companies...

  • June 28, 2000 28 Jun'00

    Recruiters lobby over IR35 skills shortages

    Bill Goodwin

    Changes made by the Government to the way self- employed IT workers are taxed could lead to a shortage of contractors with...

  • June 28, 2000 28 Jun'00

    Staff changes to fuel growth at Mortimer Spinks

    IT recruitment company, Mortimer Spinks has announced several changes to its senior management team in an effort to fuel further growth. David Singer,...

  • June 28, 2000 28 Jun'00

    Symbian to let users view Microsoft files

    Symbian has gone into partnership with Infomatrix to allow its Epoc operating system users to edit and view Microsoft Office e-mail attachments, including...

  • June 28, 2000 28 Jun'00

    UK banks must move out of "dark ages"

    UK banks risk losing customers to internet and foreign banking rivals unless they develop online cheque clearing and reconciliation systems, software...

  • June 28, 2000 28 Jun'00

    Suppliers to fund ASP user group

    Antony Savvas

    Application service providers (ASPs) have agreed to fund a user group to disseminate good practice in ASP projects....

  • June 28, 2000 28 Jun'00

    BT Cellnet in WAP row

    Antony Savvas

    BT Cellnet has found itself at the centre of a debate over whether businesses will be able to exploit the mobile Internet as...

  • June 28, 2000 28 Jun'00

    Cable TV becomes an easy target

    Advertisers wanting to target different TV cable franchises can now call up their details on a graphical basis by visiting the

  • June 28, 2000 28 Jun'00

    Xisource launched to help choose outsourcer

    A new Web site is offering IT managers a free service that it claims will cut the time taken to choose an outsourcer by 70%.