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Is your Ethernet fast enough? Four new speeds are in the works

Cloud providers, carriers and fast Wi-Fi users are all looking for fatter pipes read more »

Snapchat rolling out non-'creepy' ads that still might get creepy

The company has a fair amount of data that could be used to target its ads read more »

Neil Young's Pono music store has more than 600K songs 'ingested,' downloads are another matter

The hi-fi music upstart was promoted heavily this week at the Salesforce Dreamforce show read more »

Apple patches OS X to protect against POODLE

Apple has issued a security update for OS X Mavericks and Mountain Lion meant to protect Macs against possible POODLE attacks. read more »

Disruptive technology reaps cash as venture capital pours in

Investments in software companies through the third quarter surpassed those for all of 2013 read more »

Researchers to meet with aid workers to build Ebola-fighting robots

Robotics researchers from around the country are working together to come up with technology that could help fight the deadly Ebola outbreak. read more »

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Windows 8

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Securing the Enterprise

 Join ComputerworldUK's editor in chief, Mike Simons, and Dell executives in a series of video discussions on how to respond to cyver criminals.


HP acquisitions

HP acquisitions

Following HP's dispute with Autonomy, we look back at other HP acquisitions in this Computerworld UK slideshow.


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Internet In Depth

Five tips for building a successful hybrid cloud

Companies are opting to mix the speed and flexibility of a public cloud with the security and control of a private cloud. read more »

The man who would be (cloud backup) king

Veeam Software's CEO Ratmir Timashev is out to revolutionise disaster recovery as a service read more »

Is it time to move your databases to the cloud?

Faster time to market increasingly drives firms of all sizes to move their databases to the cloud. read more »

Blowing the whistle without blowing your career

How techies can bring data mishandling and abuses to light without putting their careers in jeopardy. read more »

How an SME overcame technical hurdles to work with government

How an SME is working to gain IL3 certification to enable it to make its mark in the government supplier pool read more »

Organisations must increase the value for customer data if they want to survive

Brocade and McAfee lay out their predictions for big data savvy business in 2050 read more »

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Internet Slideshows

Apple's rotten week: Bent phones, broken software, and shattered security

The only magic in Apple land last week was black magic. read more »

9 Rules for the Developer-isation of IT

CIOs who want to drive innovation and change in their organisations should focus on making the lives of developers easier so they can innovate, produce great apps and deliver valuable IP read more »

Move over, Raspberry Pi: 7 single-board computers for geeks

Get a head start on the next tech boom by hacking together tomorrow’s Internet of things hit today read more »

Hot desking in paradise: 11 exotic co-working locations

Co-working spaces are popping up all over the world, giving remote workers a chance to get their work done in some unusual places read more »

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Analyst Paper: Total Cost of Ownership

IBM WebSphere Application Server v7 vs. JBoss EAP v5 TCO Analysis read more »

A Comprehensive Range of Solutions for All Types of UC Users and Applications

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