Paper and the personal touch - better than email after all?
More evidence that the Identity & Passport Office has lost its way
Valentine frustration? Play the game
Being Here - Being There
Thin client computing
More on data loss compensation - would $54m do?
Top five stories on Computer Weekly last week
Fujitsu and the NHS - bound by obsolete contracts
Travel Tales from Sao Paulo, Brazil
I love it when a plan comes together
True Colours #2: Domino customer service takes a tumble
Government paying out data loss compensation? Surely not
How to rip me off
World's brightest torch tale
No Hiding Place for Data Breaches
An Archbishop for the Internet Age
Measuring Security Progress in an Uncertain World
Personal Web Mail Security Risks
Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization
One Step Closer to Internet Single Sign-On
Poor service from IBM: Big Blue shows its true colours
Mash and liquor: Taking the Oh out of SOA
The Importance of Email Disclaimers
Does minimal disclosure provide maximum protection?
image of the week - well it has to be, doesn't it - Microhoo!
Nobody owns the big picture around NHS information says official
The Name of the IT Security Game
New top NHS jobs as Richard Granger leaves
Reporting live from CERN in Switzerland day 2 part 2
The pane game
Spooks in the spectrum
User centred like a laser guided bomb in Faluja
Why we campaigned over Downing Street NPfIT papers
Cabinet Office - investing public money in IT secrecy
Reporting live from CERN in Switzerland day 2 part 1
Think Tank on Social Networking
Reporting live from CERN in Switzerland day 1 part 2
It's all in the name - "Microhoo"
Reporting live from CERN in Switzerland day 1 part 1
Availability and Security
Our hardware hoarders competition - what's your smallest but most impressive piece of IT kit
Biometric travel controls at Heathrow T5
Can Microsoft swallow Yahoo?
Minister defensive over Cerner NPfIT NHS sites
The Evolving Role of Managed Security Services
SAP go-live leaves 18,000 unpaid bills at Europe's largest local authority - what went wrong
Software testers say "waterfall" is as popular as "agile"
Garlik honoured as technology pioneers at Davos
Technical controls versus people and process
It's the end of the world as we know it
Metrics - not quite there yet
Who Needs Network Security?
I've been mashed!
Microsoft bids for Yahoo - get all the latest analysis here
Why government doesn't keep statistics on IT failures
Microsoft's Yahoo! bid: the end of Windows
Microsoft buys Yahoo?
Government review of IT spending - The Times front page
Is the Internet fit for life/business critical systems?
The half-life of personal information
Weekly IT news round-up is now a podcast
Indian internet disruption hits UK
Broadband minister should look east for inspiration
We have the group, now we just need the users
Autism in commercial software testing
The risks of social networking
Context and CCTV
Thin Client Solutions to Laptop Theft
Libra project – lessons learned from its bounce-back
Can Agile development be secure? Yes it can!
A last chance to save UK science from scholasticism
Keeping your bank details secure - how hard can it be?
Let me please introduce myself
What's this blog about? Maybe you can tell me.
Windows Server 2008: worth the upgrade?
The next broadband minister after Baroness Shriti Vadera
Carry on broadband
The real European identity
Missing Laptops - Is there an acceptable rate of loss?
Virgin Media says Government should relax
New UK broadband minister, but are we better off?
21st century GUI
Courts £447m IT project is 16 years late – now heading for success?
IT workers almost as unhappy as HR personnel
Detecting Insider Threats – Easy in theory, hard in practice
Whiskey in the Jar Bill, yes it is about Lotusphere
Janet & John Security
Coder or cannibal? Friday is fear-day...
Notes from Sutton high street
Political donors take note
Who will stay the course in the ID card bidding race?