The short arm of the law
What makes a perfect laptop?
Value of CISSP status
Its not just any data, its M&S data
Foreign national ID cards will be unveiled
EnCoRe - Ensuring consent and revocation
BBC Mailing List Compromised
Cross-dressers and Collaboration (with a touch of pink champagne)
We know where you're looking
Your life's data in their hands?
IBM says "Its our ball and we are not playing - so there'
Cern LHC big bang experiment shuts down till spring
Unauthorised software on the network
Getting to grips with the human factor
Entering the Beehive - be careful you don't get stung!
Gphone or iPhone - place your bets now!
Free GPhone on £40+ monthly contracts from T-Mobile
Think globally - act locally
Worried about your career in IT?
Not 'Rich' = not interested
Patient dismay as medical data shared with council
Cern - some issues with the LHC machine will delay results
Is your database really necessary?
Dealing with unplanned events
An ICT-driven crash? The recriminations begin
There's a hole in your network and you're not the first to know...
Freedom not fear
Twitter - cleaning up its act
The new media landscape
The lights are going out...
Hypothetical situation: security incident or not?
Web 2.0 - Another Bubble?
HMRC again threatens legal action against EDS
Laptop and PDA losses still a major problem
IBM - Moving forwards (in a backwards sort of way)
Facebook (Windows in disguise)
Rumour has it that Google will launch GooglePhone next week
Lehmans - The case against Collaboration v2
VMWare counters Microsoft
Information security is not recession proof
Survival Lessons from the 1991 recession
IBM - Back to the future
Farcical data breach notification laws
Lehman Bros: The case FOR collaboration
Quote of the week
Lib-dems' Vince Cable: stop questionable IT projects
CSC's talks over £3bn NPfIT contract re-set nearing end
Sharing patient records - Whitehall consults
UK Lotus User Group 2008 conference
Spy versus spy
Lehman Bros: The case against collaboration
HP to slash 24,000 jobs in global restructure
Communication and the first law of security
What a difference a day makes
Cern Website Hacked
Spin, FUD and disinformation
Building a real Web 2.0 family
It's good to see Adam Burstow's back posting
Read all about IT! - a blog from ComputerWeekly.com's news team
Hotel networks put corporate users at risk
Hell hath no fury like a journalist scorned
Cerner: some pros and cons
Government faces ID Cards setback
Data loss detection and prevention
Getting the work - life balance right (Is RIM ruining our lives?)
Bill Gates made me laugh
PCI Compliance - dispelling some common myths
Chairman Mao's little red Facebook
UK Census 2011 contract awarded
PA Consulting's remorse over prison data loss
More computer-related disasters that never happened
E-records without a central database?
Preparing your organisation for the next ICT Skills Crisis
Virtualisation goes mainstream
NPfIT break-away trust reveals business case details
Newcastle's break-away trust: "NPfIT was taking forever"
The benefits of lock-in (redux)
Cern and the Big Bang... so we didn't end up in a black hole
Contractor changes at the Identity and Passport Service
Security Posture Metrics
NPfIT lull - some trusts may not wait says Ovum
It's quiet out there, Hoskins. Too quiet
The Future is a long time coming
Will the world end as we know it.... Cern and the big bang theory
Google to go the way of Microsoft?
Blackberry or crackberry.... or is time to slowdown
Are you an IT superhero???...... if you are, we need you!
Why UK SMEs will not use SaaS Desktop productivity
Superfast Broadband costs less than the 3G Licenses
Success through influence
Reading between the lines
Happy 10th Birthday Google, but will you make it to your 20s
A Cartel Masquerading as Anarchy: who governs the Internet?
Bonkers for conkers
EDS lose hard-drive with prison employee data
Cern: bringer of the apocalypse or hit factory?
A Formula for Innovation - guest post by Tom Ilube of Garlik