September 2001

  • September 28, 2001 28 Sep'01

    Electronic signature directive falls behind

    The member states of the European Union are falling behind schedule in their implementation of the European Electronic Signature...

  • September 28, 2001 28 Sep'01

    Banks turn away from bespoke systems

    UK banks now have the technology to launch a wave of highly personalised, web-based banking services.

  • September 28, 2001 28 Sep'01

    Microsoft to launch XP Embedded

    Microsoft will officially unveil its embedded operating system based on Windows XP at the second annual Windows Embedded...

  • September 28, 2001 28 Sep'01

    New law will treat hackers as terrorists

    The US Congress is considering new legislation to combat terrorism that, according to the civil liberties group Electronic...

  • September 28, 2001 28 Sep'01

    BCS extends support for IT workers of tomorrow

    The BCS is expanding its support to schools at a time when teachers and parents are facing challenges ranging from Internet...

  • September 27, 2001 27 Sep'01

    Tragedy revealed human strengths

    Although I was about 100 miles from New York at the time, the 11 September tragedy is imprinted indelibly on my mind. I was with...

  • September 27, 2001 27 Sep'01

    Quantify and control your 'underground'

    Staff will always adapt software programs to suit their needs, but IT must be informed and consulted

  • September 27, 2001 27 Sep'01

    It's a man's world

    We've had wide ones (Wans), local ones (Lans) and even tiny ones (Tans), but the future may belong to Mans (Metropolitan Area...

  • September 27, 2001 27 Sep'01

    Logica to axe 250 UK jobs

    As the economic slowdown continues to bite, systems integrator Logica is set to axe 5% of its UK workforce in a bid to remain...