What a week: Top stories you may have missed

The most important and most read stories from Computerworld UK.


Editor's Highlights

Waiting for Conficker to strike

Gartner:Outsourcing prices to fall by up to 20%

Students praise IT course they say will make them employable

Google: IPv6 is cheap and easy

Why is social networking struggling in the enterprise?

Reader's choice

Santander calls in Accenture for £93m Abbey integration project

Google open source chief: Java could benefit from IBM/Sun deal

CIO Open Source Corner - The Top 5 FUD Myths used against Open Source

IE8 cracked already

Visa tests new credit card security initiatives

From our Blogs

Five simple steps to reduce software maintenance costs

Why TomTom is the new SCO (in the nicest possible way)

Data toxicology

The Power of Regulation?

Open source, Twitter and narcissm

Digging Deeper: Cloud computing

Nicholas Carr: How cloud computing will disrupt IT

Cloud computing interoperability hit by row

Sun's head in clouds as IBM rumours continue

Top 3 Things about Clouds that CIOs Want

Microsoft won't let companies host Azure on premise

Digging Deeper: Management briefing

Gartner: A business guide to Twitter

British businesses ‘losing £300m’ a year leaving PCs switched on

HSBC to cut thousands of UK back office staff

VMware launches 'cost per app' calculator

Forrester: Outsourcers are learning from mobile phone pricing plans

Digging Deeper: Security spotlight

Fresh security fears force halt to work on ContactPoint child super-database

Economic crisis 'could drive IT professionals to cybercrime'

China becomes world's malware factory

EU to slash price of mobile roaming

Virus holds data hostage

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