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Direct Line costs fall as it migrates IT from RBS infrastructure

Direct Line costs fall as it migrates IT from RBS infrastructure

Direct Line has revealed that a number of IT initiatives have helped it reduce its costs and increase its profits. read more »


Austrian privacy campaigner files 'class action' suit against Facebook over privacy policy

People can join the suit and claim €500 in damages, campaign group Europe-v-Facebook said read more »

Microsoft ordered to turn over customer data stored in the cloud

Federal court says warrant for info stored in Ireland is not an extra-territorial application of U.S law; decision has privacy implications read more »

Paddy Power contacts 650,000 customers over data theft

Affected customers who held accounts with the betting firm in 2010 read more »

Mitro makes password manager open source as team heads to Twitter

The client and server side code is being released under an open source license read more »

Microsoft security tool EMET 5.0 puts a leash on plugins

The latest version of EMET allows administrators to block plugins on certain websites read more »

Some are twisting the facts in requests to be forgotten, Google says

Some requests are being made with 'false and inaccurate information,' Google says read more »

Almost 200,000 people may have been affected by US visa system crash

Recovery efforts are being hampered by 'outdated software and hardware,' a government spokeswoman said read more »

One of Google's mysterious barges is on the move

Barge docked in Maine is reportedly sold and was moved out of Portland harbor read more »

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British Gas ‘on track’ to complete SAP billing and CRM system migration

British Gas ‘on track’ to complete SAP billing and CRM system migration

New systems to provide a more ‘integrated’ customer experience read more »

SAP partners with Apigee for enterprise API application

Businesses are increasingly looking to APIs to get better visibility of their digital assets and attract developer talent read more »

Police ICT Company still not operating two years after launch

Home Office admits the initiative is still during exploratory stages despite being launched in July 2012 read more »

Cabinet Office to launch new technology project next month

Department gearing up to replace Flex contract with Fujitsu when it expires in January read more »

North West NHS trust eases data management and slashes cost of data storage

Four times the storage at half the cost read more »

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Most USB thumb drives can be reprogrammed to silently infect computers

The firmware in such devices is unprotected and can be easily overwritten by malware, researchers from Security Research Labs said

Windows Server 2003 support expiration could push sales next year

The tale is akin to what happened when Microsoft ended Windows XP support, which lead to PC upgrades

NASA plans next-gen scientific tools for 2020 Mars rover

Rover's instruments will try to make oxygen, search for minerals and signs of past life

Attackers exploit remote access tools to compromise retail systems

DHS warns retailers of threat to point-of-sale systems

Judge rules against Microsoft in email privacy case

The company is compelled to comply with a US warrant for emails held in Ireland, a judge rules

MongoDB snags key Oracle engineer

The chief architect behind Oracle 6, Roger Bamford will be helping MongoDB mature its namesake NoSQL database

FTC's in-app purchasing cases ignored consumer benefits, critics say

The agency's recent cases against Apple and Amazon.com involve legitimate business decisions, critics say

Some SAP users remain unhappy with pricier Enterprise Support

SAP must do a better job of educating customers on the service's benefits over Standard Support, a user group says

Twitter reports a rise in government data requests

Requests worldwide rose by 46 percent to 2,058

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