What a week: top stories you may have missed

A week of ups and downs for NHS as a new report slams its Choose and Book system, and its first London hospital care records rollout ends in 'chaos'. But the appointment of two IT chiefs may herald a new era for the National Programme for IT.


Editor's Highlights

Govt appoints new NHS CIO

Kaminsky reveals 'many ways' to attack with DNS

Forrester calls for IT culture overhaul

SQL Server 2008's future 'cloudy'

Clouds and Storms: Nicholas Carr on cloud computing

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Microsoft prepares for end of Windows with Midori

Barclays could axe 500 back office staff as Siemens contract ends

Former prosecutor: McKinnon hack looked like terrorist attack

IBM promises open source supercomputing code

Met Office storms into £33m supercomputer deal

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