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Ten percent of UK Windows PCs are not fully patched, Secunia finds

Internet Explorer 11 recorded large number of flaws in 2014 read more »

Security teams flooded with security alerts that are ignored, study finds

Only 4 percent of alerts are ever investigated, says Ponemon read more »

The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Monday, January 19

Microsoft is all about Windows 10 this week ... the NSA was lurking in NK networks ... Alibaba starts with partners in US ... and more read more »

UK police make arrest related to denial of service attack on Playstation and Xbox networks

The police seized equipment and arrested an 18-year-old man on Friday read more »

French newspapers go offline, but hosting company rules out DDoS as cause

Early speculation that jihadists were responsible for the outages seem less likely as the hosting company rules out a DDoS attack read more »

The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Wednesday, January 14

IBM unwraps a new mainframe ... Samsung finally has a Tizen phone ... Valley firms try again to settle lawsuit with workers... and more news read more »

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Police Blogs

Could Cameron Be So Stupid as to Undermine Encryption?

How to destroy liberty, online safety, commercial confidentiality and the UK tech startup scene with one sentence read more »

After Paris: More Intelligence, not More Surveillance

Why not keep calm and carry on instead? read more »

Help Defend EU Net Neutrality (Yes, Again)

Urgent: please act now read more »

The traffic stop: Rethinking technology and government innovation

Most innovations in government services will come from new ways of mixing current technologies read more »

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Innovation, productivity, agility and profit

Watch this on demand webinar which explores IT innovation, managed print services and business agility.


Windows 8

Windows 8

Check out our latest articles on Microsoft's next-generation operating system.


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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ComputerworldUK 2014 round-up: Top 10 stories in the world of government

Universal Credit waste, the expiry of big ICT deals, PSN, Care.data, new digital services & G-Cloud all featured in the headlines read more »

Westminster View: The Autumn Statement is a missed opportunity for Digital Government

The government's digital ideas seem to echo those from Labour's recently published review of digital government read more »

How the Internet of Things is transforming US law enforcement

From connected guns to wearables for canine units, the IoT is spurring change in the law enforcement field. 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 »

Westminster View: Engineers are not to blame for mass surveillance

The widespread spying unveiled by Edward Snowden raises questions about the UK’s digital legislative framework that requires more technical knowledge from people on all sides of the debate, says cyber security shadow minister Chi Onwurah read more »

City of London police commissioner hits back at cyber-crime critics

Adrian Leppard explains how the forces are tackling the growing threat posed by cyber criminals read more »

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Police Slideshows

ComputerworldUKs top 10 UK and global stories as read by you

The stories that made you click in 2014 read more »

How is Network Rail digitising UK's railway?

Network Rail will offer its data services to other firms as a new revenue stream read more »

5 things you need to know about the UKs new Counter Terrorism Bill

On Wednesday, the government will announce the details of the latest version of the 'snooper's charter' read more »

Silicon Valley tech execs behaving badly

Move over Donald Sterling. The exploits of these misbehaving technology executives give the now-infamous billionaire L.A. Clippers owner a run for his money when it comes to moronic acts. read more »

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