What a week: top stories you may have missed

What do you do when an IT administrator allegedly hijacks the networks of a major city? What went wrong with London's Oyster travel card, many of which were wiped after a system failure? For more on these stories, and our new Quality & Testing zone, read on.


Editor's Highlights

System failure wipes London Oyster cards

Santander plans £65m IT savings from Alliance & Leicester takeover

IT administrator pleads not guilty to network tampering

Barclays cuts 1,800 UK IT staff in offshore move

Five Web 2.0 developer lessons for enterprise IT

Reader's choice

HP exec faces 10 years for IBM secrets theft

Co-op's £1.6bn Somerfield takeover will challenge IT

Forrester: Enterprise open source is a consumers' game

ITSMF takes legal action against former director

In Praise of Modularity

From our Blogs

IT and corporate manslaughter

Patent Absurdity Becomes...More Patent

Are Late Test Results as bad as Wrong Test Results?

Digging Deeper: Security

Encrypted hard drives may not be safe

AOL spammer gets 30 months in prison

Protesters call bad 'Phorm' outside BT meeting

Marriott takes disaster recovery underground

Gartner: Security through the cloud will triple by 2013

Digging Deeper: Careers and HR

Dell workers hit company with class-action lawsuit

IT workers join council strike over pay

San Francisco crisis highlights insider threat

Sun starts redundancy programme with 1,000 layoffs

Digging Deeper: Enterprise IT

Oracle User Group gets executive upgrade

Update: SAP hikes support costs for customers

Red Hat spells out details of patent deal

SAP user group battles to overcome skills shortage

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