Whitehall advertises for NHS CIO
The Commodore 64 is our life
HC2008 - the lighter side of Healthcare Computing event in Harrogate
Cobol programmers back in demand
BT Openreach and SLAs - not up to scratch?
How to prove ROI on Web 2.0 projects
It's hot at Infosec 2008
Flame fizzles out on CNN attack
Another world, another time
Small-scale NPfIT look-alike in Australia is in trouble
Why I won't be at Infosecurity (but there's a competition if you are)
Phorm - 4 key rules that ISPs must obey
IT workers could swing US elections
Infosecurity Europe 2008
We are the weakest link
O2's mobile broadband service - what you should know...
Web 2.0 spending to increase - but who pays?
Have NPfIT contract talks in the south stalled?
Web 2.0 - creating digital lightening rods
Environment Agency takes phishing rather too literally?
Judge says ministerial statement about ID Card gateway reviews and FOI was "wrong"
Centralisation – Does it Really Help Security?
Laptop repairs? If in doubt hammer IT
Right on the case Mr White
The battle for the Internet
Laptop privacy on the train
Post-It note proves revealing
Career management: How to get headhunted
Daytime TV turns IT contractor to life of crime
Weekly video round-up
Women value chocolate more than data security
Wot a mesh you got me into!
All eyes on the NPfIT go-live at Barts?
Rebuilding the eeePC - Part 3
Bond.com domain name goes for $1 million
What not to do about Social Networking
Rapist poses as council care worker to access its data
CEOs court out by phishing bait
Spam video - how to stop spam harming business productivity
If you work with IBM or MS collabarative technology in the Enterprise, you may be out of work
The Apprentice UK
Rebuilding the eeePC - Part 2
How to hack guide
Choose and Book problems: up to 340 patients affected since Friday
Fingers burned by flaming laptop
Swindells report on NHS IT: is it being held up?
Former NHS CIO: the risks of enforced standardization
Robert Mugabe, spin and the NPfIT
Most read on ComputerWeekly last week
The Telegraph's Matt on Surveillance
Rebuilding the eeePC
More on Linkedin (less ads please)
The Future of Intellectual Property
Phorm public meeting
Barts NPfIT go-live: “a roller-coaster ride”
A week in the field with the eeePC
Positive Approach to Security Requests
Listen in, Directors: privacy matters
London Marathon 2008: See how they run!
No, I don't hate Linkedin
Too much thinking
Enigma, Ultra and Bletchley Park
RFID chips and the London Marathon
e-dictatorships versus e-anarchy - national and global?
Small things (Twitter, Symbaloo and Plaxo)
Video: weekly video round-up to end the week
Downturns, language and how the internet will not ‘become obsolete’
Malware Gets Personal
Telecoms Sans Frontieres - Setting up a telecoms centre
Flickr joins in online video but not everyone likes it
The Next Manhattan Project
Collaboration in an adversarial world
Another leading figure in NHS IT and the NPfIT quits
Barts NHS NPfIT go-live ends up in "The Sun"
Open letter to IBM Lotus - postscript - challenging all who really care
Vanuatu - The IT that coordinates emergency response at Telecoms Sans Frontiere
End to end trust
Making the user voice heard
NPfIT minister “clarifies” incorrect statement to Parliament
Are you for or against the BBC's iPlayer
Spare-room database too close for comfort
UK beats Azerbaijan to win thuggery crown
UK triumphs over USA for data-loss crown
Silicon aesthete offers digital discrimination
Phorm opens itself to independent scrutiny
Most read on CW.com
10 years to "sort out" Denver's baggage IT problems
Open letter to IBM Lotus
The Seven Deadly Sins of the Internet
The stocks are too good for them
Customising the eeePC part 1
NHS and Fujitsu to sign NPfIT MoU
And now on the World Service 2.0....
The end of biometric security at airports?
Lost weekend discovering the joys of eeePC
Some NHS trusts put NPfIT plans on hold