Standing at the Crossroads
Security Forecasts for 2010
Why we should care about information overload
Time to say what we want from Government IT
The jargon officials want banned - this blog's most-viewed post in 2009
What makes a website successful?
Newsflash! RSS still not dead: Story at 11.
A Decade of Gadgets 3: The rise of the games console
Security Forecasts for 2009 - Right or Wrong?
A Decade of Gadgets 2: LCD versus plasma screens
The case for e-Government values your time at zero.
A Decade of Gadgets 1: Music deconstruction
The host of Christmas present
How fanboys see operating systems
Is Global Warming God's way of telling us something?
Metrics, Part 4: Subjective measurements
Why do phishermen take Christmas Day off?
Xperia - a touch delayed
Snow Kidding - I come back to ski season and FTTH... Plus Wine!
Review: Shuffle off Apple you've been Clipped
Phished while waiting for the delivery of your on-line orders?
Student Loans: the wrong resignations?
2009 - That was the year that was
The power of ecosystems
The chair that rocks
Obama makes the right choice
How did Rage against the Machine become Xmas No.1?
Gadget Pick of the Year, Decade and Century...
Metrics, Part 3: What are your success criteria?
Review: Avatar - A feast for your eyes but your brain will be washed!
In the bleak mid winter
Root causes of vulnerable systems
Video: Telecom TV's report on UK women in tech
Let's just not build teams
Do men really make better bosses than women?
Metrics, Part 2: Are we measuring the right things?
Google Chrome and Microsoft Windows 7 ads target the general public
Saatchi and Saatchi get it horribly wrong for Toyota
Cover-up allegations after Cerner installation
The attack on off-line banking
Instapaper: Managing your 'To Read' list
Net industry told to adapt or die: it didn't. Now we are kicking the corpse.
Print advertising is the future - Google says so
Metrics, Part 1: The webstats legacy
How much can you trust what HMRC says?
Cloud computing security developments
Who trusts who and what over the Internet?
Twitter's ecosystem points to revenue for the real time web
Why we should like teenagers in the digital age
New uses for old phone booths
Le Web - what's going to be the biggest developments in real time web in 2010
How to make money from mobile apps
Tiger Woods still a good advert for Accenture?
danah boyd and digital anthropology
Will real time web work for e-commerce?
Another busy week in Outsourcing round up 10 december 2009
Real time web validated by Google announcement
Three tips for keeping up with the web
Face your future - it won't be pretty
Facebook kills man in prank
Google's answer to the publishers' big problem
Google wants publishers to stay on board
1 in 4 men pull a sickie to play video games
Tiger Woods cited by FBI in corruption study
Incentives in social media
Online safety literacy
Knowledge is power
Expensive PC move
Law suits and data breaches
Review: BlackBerry Storm 2 - More of a drizzle than a storm
Another State IT-related disaster - Student Loans Company
Palm Pre v iPhone - what a great gadget review
ComputerWeekly.com at Le Web
Excerpts from NPfIT debate in Commons yesterday
Review: HTC HD2 - Time to smash Windows!
Video: Palm Pre review - Melts in your hand not in your mouth
Google's real-time search ups the misTweet ante
Time has come for IT to heal and prosper
Good News Week
EDS boost masks internal HP fury
Accenture loses 2 pre-trial judgments in dispute with Centrica
Notes of caution and notes of hope
Brown: we will publish all performance data online by 2011
Video: Motorola Milestone, Shipping Now
Is NPfIT essential to NHS frontline?
Overview of today's IT efficiency announcements: data access and online services
Apple to Start Streaming from iTunes?
More questions than answers on government IT overhaul
NHS IT cuts will cost millions of pounds
What's happening with the NPfIT?
Is today make or break for UK trusted on-line trading?
Information security skills for the future
Want! Video of the new Gmail Gboard.
IT staff must play crucial role in stopping tech dumping
IT suppliers and government dispute costs of IT security
Why does a blog look like a blog?