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Barclays was flagged the most times on a data breach "concern" list. The Department for Work and Pensions, HMRC, police departments and UK stores like Asda were also found likely to have breached the Data Protection Act during 2013. read more »
Security viewed as purely technical problem, despite high profile hacks read more »
Small nations have been attacking the US for years. Why has nobody noticed until now? read more »
The hack is one of the rare examples in which a digital attack caused physical damage read more »
The new Chthonic Trojan borrows features from ZeuS and several of its spinoffs, researchers from Kaspersky Lab said read more »
The Commision wants to break down national barriers to create what it calls a digital single market read more »
The attack hit stores in 35 states from California to Connecticut read more »
COOK's ready-meals and puddings are hand-prepared in its kitchen in Kent and sold through its shops and website. read more »
The Science and Innovation Strategy sets out the government’s priorities for investment and support to 2021 read more »
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Next July, Microsoft will cease supporting Windows Server 2003, giving businesses a chance to modernize their IT architecture read more »
Energy suppliers' legacy billing systems and customer platforms will be an obstacle, report finds read more »
Dropbox introduced its Project Harmony solution for collaboration in the desktop Microsoft Office suite in early access. read more »
Too much security complacency in the IT department read more »
Salesforce today is introducing the AppExchange Store Builder, an easy way for customers to roll out a customised app store. read more »
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Windows Server 2003 Migration: what you need to know, part 1
Support for Windows Server 2003 ends in July 2015, and now is the time to start working towards a smooth upgrade to Windows Server 2012. Computerworld Editor Mike Simons discusses the migration options with Dell and Microsoft.
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