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£3 million claim against IBM over patent
Blog it like Beckham!
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Malware in MP3 players
Regaining Public Trust in e-Government Services
Web Security - Scanners, Firewalls and the SDLC
Turning Threats into Opportunities
Will the last ISP to leave the EU not switch off the Net?
Image of the week: PSD's Vision of the Web in 2008
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NPfIT spending £1.5bn less than expected
Malware still the biggest threat
Privacy bears its fangs for Phorm
The Softer Side of Security
Eggstra hits guaranteed
Budget day 2008: What's in the brown bag, Alistair Darling?
2008 Budget - On biometrics at Heathrow
Budget - Binge spending
Some Budget goodies on the Skills Front
Your application platform is obsolete - you just have not been told
BBC R4's "Today" and the High Court case over ID Card Gateway reviews
Today's budget day - but what will it mean for your IT business and the IT sector?
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The London Marathon: a month to go and I'll be enduring a world of pain
The web: what next?
Confidential Briefings and the Chatham House Rule
Analysing the State of Play for ID Cards
Civil serf: UK government to call time on employee blogs and social networking?
High Court case on ID Cards Gateway reviews, the 1689 Bill of Rights and Commons' Speaker
Consumer networks for business use
Tall stories from Chinese hackers
Identity Cards Get Personal
Biometrics would not have prevented SocGen incident
Crosby changes the nature of the ID debate
Mobile Computing (Image of the week)
I can't help but watch the progress of Ray Ozzie
New ID cards timetable - as robust as NPfIT pledges?
A big day for the National Identity Scheme
The identity quiz: Can you remember how to prove who you are?
Last in line for the DNA database
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Its all in the Microsoft MIX
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Counterfeit Cisco gear threatens more than the network
Counterfeit Cisco gear – a problem of its own making?
Patient database access - exclusive on Computer Weekly.
BBC R4's "Today" and our article on the NPfIT summary care record
No qualifications needed to access national health records database
The name has changed to protect the innocent
Getting value from a Microsoft Enterprise Agrement
De-perimeterisation Gets Closer
Cold Boot Encryption Hack - Follow Up
HMRC appoints 37 data guardians
The Apple does not fall far from the corporate tree
Successful transformation needs more anarchy
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Professional Accreditation - IISP
Police won’t use national e-health records for fishing - government pledge
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Buzz if you like, but don't sting me!
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Video interview: David Hobbs-Mallyon, Sql Server Product Manager, Microsoft
ATM Security Weaknesses Publicised Again
Police to be allowed searches of national database of NHS patient records
Microsoft’s response to the EU’s £680m fine
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