What a week: Top stories you may have missed

Another extraordinary week for IT professionals. It began with the government's efforts to boost the economy and ended with the terrorist attacks at the heart of India's business community.


Editor's highlights

Spammers regaining control over massive botnet

Privacy is not an add-on says Information Commissioner

Hot qualifications in a cool job market

Nicholas Carr gets on the cloud

Mumbai terrorist attacks 'won't change' technology companies' strategy

Reader's choice

NHS' grim catalogue of data breaches

Lenovo lets text message kill a laptop

Judge orders Apple's new VP to quit

Daily Mail says its IT shakeup was 'decisive action'

Microsoft’s Ballmer ordered to testify in 'Vista capable' case

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SME Outsourcing

Mapping the OpenStreetMap Ecosystem

Tech job cuts are more about pleasing investors than reality

IBM's ex-Mr GNU/Linux Joins Obama Policy Group

Deploy on Linux or stay with XP - Hasta la Vista

Digging Deeper: Spam fighting

Spam levels creep up as cybercriminals regroup

Anti-virus no defence against botnets, says vendor

Estonian ISP cuts off control servers for Srizbi botnet

Spam is silenced, but where are the police?

Why cybercrime is thriving

Digging Deeper: IT and the Economy

Government promises technology boost to aid economy

High tech industry leaders welcome Darling tax cuts

Opportunities for IT as Whitehall targets £5bn more savings

Tax rises will clobber CIOs

Digging Deeper: Efficient IT

HSBC to build £300 million ‘green’ datacentre in York

Notting Hill Housing moves to virtual desktops

How IT can Green retail – anything’s POSsible

Greenpeace: Companies not serious about climate change

Most UK datacentres ‘near full capacity’

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