The top 10 blog posts on ComputerWeekly.com in 2007

Firstly, here’s to a happy and prosperous New Year.

Secondly, what were your favourite blog posts in 2007? I have compiled a list of the top 10 most popular blog posts for 2007 on ComputerWeekly.com.


1. Cryptography and Snake Oil by David Lacey

2. HMRC’s missing Child Benefit CDs – what went wrong and lessons for NPfIT and ID cards by Tony Collins

3. Just £35 for a PC… by Cliff Saran

4. Top 10 Security Developments of the Last Decade by David Lacey

5. Bargain PC upgrade from eBay by Cliff Saran

6. Pulse magazine launches campaign over the NHS’s National Programme for IT by Tony Collins

7. Wanless report 2007 – what it says in full on the NHS’s National Programme for IT by Tony Collins

8. NPfIT security warning after NHS staff view celebrity record by Tony Collins

9. Green is not in Oracle’s vocabulary by Cliff Saran

10. Microsoft shows its true Linux strategy by Cliff Saran

ComputerWeekly.com added nine new bloggers the IT industry in 2007 and we plan to add more in 2008. If you believe you have a great idea for a new blog that you would be really useful to you and other ComputerWeekly.com readers then please get in touch with me.

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Tall Buildings and Popular IT Posts Ah, dear. Nearly 7pm on a Friday evening and I'm still in the office. I really must get around to acquiring a life. However, I have just come across a couple of interesting bits in our blogs that I wanted...
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