What a week: Top stories you may have missed

Catch up with this week's most important stories.


Editor's Highlights

Dirty secrets of IT security vendors

More IT staff cuts ahead warns Forrester

Tesco standardises security systems

IBM pension backlash looming, says union

Windows 7 will be free for four months

Reader's choice

Windows 7 available for knock-down £65

Apple tried to block Sunday Times Steve Jobs profile

Chinese police stop beatings of ‘Web addicts’

The rise of the philanthropic hacker

SOA security: Good enough and getting better

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World's biggest identity theft case heads to court

US government informer charged with largest ever data breaches

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Digging Deeper: Business briefing

Apps development budgets grow despite recession

Nokia picks Kewill SaaS solution for global repair ops

RSA extends application deal with Accenture

Delivering business value: The key to making hard decisions

Microsoft appeals Word sales ban

Digging Deeper: Technology update

Patch now: WINS attacks now in the wild

Microsoft Exchange 2010 hits final beta

Red Hat, IBM and Novell lead contributions to Linux kernel development

IBM middleware promises better ROI from RFID data

Oracle 11g R2 database set for September release

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