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  • June 15, 2009 15 Jun'09

    Air France Airbus crash: its last few minutes?

    What is known about the crash of an Air France airbus on 1 June bears similarities with the little-noticed loss much earlier of two computer-controlled passenger jets. Those two crashes raised questions of whether the pilots or systems were really ...

  • April 30, 2009 30 Apr'09

    Teradata reveals solid state storage plans

    Datawarehouse and business analytics firm Teradata plans to unveil a data storage management system around the middle of next year that will speed up customers' ability to access large volumes of data at high speed from different types of storage ...

  • April 16, 2009 16 Apr'09

    Oracle database at risk from easy hack, warns database security expert

    Oracle users have been urged to update the database patches Oracle issued yesterday as quickly as possible, because the flaw can be easily exploited, a database...

  • April 07, 2009 07 Apr'09

    Police computer system updated to improve data sharing

    Investigators using the UK police forces' computer system for processing the large volumes of data related to major investigations can now easily find and...

  • March 20, 2009 20 Mar'09

    Government defends red light warning in ID card reviews

    The Identity and Passport Service has defended the "red" traffic light status given to an early Gateway review on the ID Cards scheme.

  • March 06, 2009 06 Mar'09

    Firms waste £2.6m a year looking for data

    Large UK companies waste more than £2.6m a year each as staff search fruitlessly for information they need to do their jobs, according to a survey.

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