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IT's shame at top of mucky e-mail league
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IT chiefs must win over the health service tribes
Net phones: the cat's whiskers
Cybernetics: The Cyborg
High-tech solution cuts truancy
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Inside track: How to pick a winner
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Michael Dell spells out strategy for market defiance
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Fixing security on wireless networks
Intel extends Landesk network management suite to mobiles
Getting Wired: The wizards of Ogg versus MP3
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Days of the workplace smoker are numbered
IT jobs downturn will not last long
Basic programming mistakes expose company Web sites
Poor planning at root of CSA project delays
The big six
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EAI: the link between legacy and the new economy for retail
Protecting Web site content
McNealy: We will be powerful in the open source community
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Galleries and museums face a tough challenge to get online
The umpire's decision is final
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Hamster spoof wins jargon prize
Data protection guideline sparks Big Brother fears
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Linuxworld: How Amazon saved millions with Linux
Coder takes IT skills to Commonwealth Games
BCS backs online service to get more women into IT
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Next Move: Are there jobs for one-year ITers?
Get security straight first at HQ
Sun focuses application strategy with LAMP initiative
Linuxworld: Assessing the commercial reality
Researchers focus on Net attacks with network telescope
Open Windows angers developers
Active Directory: prepare to pay more for Windows 2000 management
Life on the front line - the reality of end-user IT in 2002
UK in moves to improve special relationship in IT
Keeping an eye on metadata
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Reality and Royal London lift the trophies in Cardiff
Next Move: Should I do a Java apprenticeship?
Sleep with 150 top IT chiefs
Do left-handers make good IT professionals?
Government underestimates need for IT managers in NHS
Technology can now 'talk the talk'
Smart projects:VPN boosts care for disabled
Securing the ethereal Ethernet
Air traffic chief briefs staff against leakers
Microsoft: Why we need Software Assurance
Acting to build online bridges
IT staff on a high
Will eBay become ePay?
Where should old PCs go to die?
Next Move: Moving from ERP to objects
E-mail in the dock
ECDL exam achieves 95% satisfaction rate
Cover for the latest telecoms crisis
Readers urge Home Office to change UK's outdated IT law
Holiday Autos' IT chief takes fame in his stride
Deregulation of 2.4GHz broadcasting: WLan boost may hit 3G players
Building a business case for BPM
Where the money is
Buyers can boost packaged software quality
Is the decline in IT spending perception or reality?
How IT governance can help stop scandal
Pakistan offers all-in deals to entice UK investors
Outsourcing: Location, location, location
Computer graduates still enjoy above-average pay