Consumerisation is Coming Your Way
Alan Johnson may oversee major NPfIT changes in 2008
Some NPfIT “major issues” - did the PM get a full briefing in 2007?
MacNotes - its not an iTune for bagpipes
Two weeks to influence UK Science & Innovation Policy
ICO plea to business
Why is Sun buying MySQL?
The MacBook Air is here
Bad Broadband - a reader's complaint
The moving finger writes but smart fingers dial
New blog on ComputerWeekly.com
God Given v. State Dictated Information Governance
Ready or Not, Convergence is the Future
Office 2007 victim
Action on Police Central E-Crime Unit in Top 500
Health IT - a success story
CSC's £5m in penalties: will it now fine the NHS?
I want to go back to skool
What CIOs should be doing about security in 2008
Chinese Hackers - are we under attack?
Exploding laptops ring in the new year
Physician Heal Thyself
Six billion dollar IT man(ager)
ex-Ofcom chief becomes spin doctor
Broadband gets political
Second life to become as popular as email in five years
Queen warms to Will’s Wii
How to deal with bad news – and a case study on mismanaging it
Life without Richard Granger
Hacker safe? No it isn't.
I bet you missed these
Clarkson hits skid row on data theft
It’s Time to Clean up our Language
Use this blog with caution
Who owns the data on social networking sites - the website or the person
UK Broadband - who is responsible for it?
Test your cyber security savvy
Get ready for a slowdown
Infosec Podcasts - please listen
Information Overload a £100M cost to UK economy
Please Bill, no more platform wars
Top videos on ComputerWeekly in 2007
Managing data - getting the definitions right
Better to be Safe than Sorry
Who really cares about data privacy or security?
Politics of Security
Office at odds with reality
The top 10 blog posts on ComputerWeekly.com in 2007
DCMS & BERR to study convergence while Brussels blocks it
Couples console each other with video games
Mills & Boon protects its ample, throbbing assets
Computer scientist in official recognition shock
Doctor Who Episode II: attack of the browsers
2008: the year for Vista?
Computer Weekly's bloggers get back to the blogface for 2008
A Black Year for Privacy
Happy New Year
For auld lang syne
Securing home access to the network
Security Forecasts for 2008
Security Forecasts for 2007 - Right or Wrong?
Millennials and Risk
Looking over the precipice: UK ICT in 2008
Out of the Office - Santa's little helpers will be out of the office for the next few days
Losing trust in the Trusts - and the dangers of being driven to abstraction
Seek and You Will Find
Only 8% of HMG data systems not fit for purpose
Back to Security Basics
Have a wonderful Christmas and a prosperous New Year
Don't drink and drive - Don't email and connive
"As user-friendly as a cornered rat"
Top five gorgeous Christmas IT gifts for geek girls and guys
Microsoft Developers Highway Code
Help HMG review its Information Risk Management
Lonely web users warned off caddish software
Security Guidance Shouldn’t Be Secret
L-Driver data breach: L-Government?
DIY Christmas decorations from the IT store cupboard (top five)
Rock-fuelled granddad reinvents the wheelchair
Are we feeling a little vulnerable?
2007 - The Year of Security Awakening
Will sousveillance transform Government?
Prediction for 2008 - more targeted attacks
Select Committee Enquiry into ICT Skills Funding Cuts
Why was Police Portal scrapped?
Scrapped Police Portal - one of its past successes
Home Office agency scraps “world-first” online police system
Downtime slips up making a monkey of a chimpanzee
Facebook frees users from present-tense pickle
Moofers - a new buzzword or is it a possibility
Mystic Mickey and the Smarty Swami preview 2008
Downtime - a new blog on ComputerWeekly.com