Former NHS ICT director gives candid views on the NHS's National Programme for IT
New twist in iSoft soap opera - IBA bids again for iSoft
The Strange World of Large Digital Networks
What's in the Downing Street papers on the NHS IT programme?
Sensitive Downing Street papers on the NHS's National Programme for IT [NPfIT] may be released
Who's to blame for Skype's downtime
More on Pandemic Planning
Congratulations to Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust
The Rules of the New Game of Information Warfare
Is work by Cerner on the NHS’s National Programme for IT hitting its cash flow?
Cerner gives brief response to criticisms by Richard Granger, Director General of NHS IT
Data Mining and Fraud Detection
NPfIT blog series Part 1 - The future of the NHS's £12.4bn National Programme for IT looks hazy
The future of the NHS's £12.4bn National Programme for IT looks hazy - analysis
NPfIT blog series Part 3 - The future of the NHS National Programme for IT looks hazy
NPfIT blog series Part 4 - The future of the NHS National Programme for IT looks hazy
NPfIT blog series Part 5 - The future of the NHS National Programme for IT looks hazy
NPfIT blog series Part 6 - The future of the NHS National Programme for IT looks hazy
Gateway reviews, ID cards and work on a £244m government IT programme that's "on hold"
What Board Members Really Think About Security
Link to government response to Public Accounts Committee report on NHS National Programme for IT
House of Lords Report Points the Way Forward
Government snubs key recommendations of Public Accounts Committee on NHS National Programme for IT
Green is not in Oracle's vocabulary
Should Security Be Nasty or Nice?
Have you seen Oracle h?
No Sensations at This Year's Black Hat
Facebook: a remedy for spam...
What some CIOs in Whitehall earn compared with other top officials
Three chief information officers get pay packets that are among the biggest in Whitehall
What the top Whitehall chief information officers earned
Whitehall's highest-paid chief information officers - do they earn more than their bosses?
Security Needs a New Direction
ID cards - some of the main corporate beneficiaries so far
Upgrade or buy new?
Trends in Security Technology
Responsible disclosure is a two-way street
BBC's File on 4 reveals defects in ID Cards scheme - with wide implications for government IT
What’s in a Name?
Bargain PC upgrade - memory is everything
Confidential briefing to Tony Blair on the NHS's National Programme for IT
BBC File on Four programme on ID cards - tonight, July 31 2007
No Disaster is Too Large to Plan For
Bargain PC upgrade from eBay
Are We Prepared for a London Flood?
Another Breach of Credit Card Data
Billions wasted on poor quality software
HM Revenue and Customs pays a strange compliment to its ASPIRE tax credits suppliers
Return of the elk
A Good Time to Review Business Continuity Plans
Barcelona goes green
How the NHS IT programme, TPP's SystmOne, CSC and BT can help GPs during the floods
Get outta my InBox
More Personal Data at Risk
Security Classifications – more than just a label
Investigation into "unauthorised" Google sponsored link for NHS Connecting for Health
My Dopey Space forever
My favourite desktop software
The biggest thing in IT
Eight reasons for failed IT-based projects - according to Borland
Does the National Audit Office fail to hold senior responsible owners to account?
Top 10 Security Developments of the Last Decade
Say no to default passwords
Ben Bradshaw expected to be 13th ministerial spokesman for NHS National Programme for IT
The Implications of Merging Business and Personal Lifestyles
Policing IT in government - is the National Audit Office too timid?
Loss of 1.3 million medical files in the US - implications for the NHS National Programme for IT
Crisis Room Design – Fantasy and Reality
Security in the hands of the ignorant
Hot xbox 360 - Internet meltdown
De-perimeterisation – What does it really mean?
When things go wrong great leaders look in the mirror
Microsoft software assurance: where is the value?
Replacing Richard Granger as head of NPfIT - how much does it matter to government who it is?
VMWare London Symposia: let's tackle the issues
Data Breach Disclosure Will Focus Minds and Business Cases
Identity Management – Who Decides?
Tackle green IT, make virtualisation affordable
Security in Identity Management – There’s a long way to go
Who Will Control the Market in Zero-Day Vulnerabilities?
InBox woes - unlimited bandwidth is a bad thing
Just £35 for a PC...
Long Term Data Storage – The Real Ticking Time Bomb
Eleven statements that may be early warnings of an IT-related project failure
eBay Mozilla companion - why?
Gordon Brown faces a question on EDS over tax credits systems
Health Secretary announces review of NHS - which could affect £12.4bn NPfIT at time of cost pressure
Can we cut down e-waste with upgradeable hardware?
Changing Threats Require Better User Security Awareness
Web 2.0: the risks
Gordon Brown argues for open government while Treasury colleagues fight for secrecy on IT projects
Another ministerial spokesperson for the NHS IT programme moves on
Lord Hunt, one of the ministers in charge of the NHS's National Programme for IT is reshuffled
NHS IT – are things about to change?
Traffic Analysis Reveals Interesting Internet Activity
Microsoft's second class support for virtualisation
Warnings in 2002 on the NHS's National Programme for IT were prescient
A reader asks: Are Microsoft's Exchange 2007 Client Access Licences part of NHS agreements?