What a week: top stories you may have missed

Catch up with the week's top stories from Computerworld UK.


Editor's Highlights

Government issues ultimatum to NHS IT suppliers

Victory for SAP user groups as Enterprise Support price rise is delayed

Open source developer? Uncle Sam wants you

Swine flu: Expect 40% absentee rate says Gartner

Windows 7 gets virtual 'XP mode'

Reader's choice

Government IT suppliers have ‘free ride’ with taxpayer money

Apple grounds Steve Jobs

Behind the scenes of an online fraudster's arrest

The 15 best BlackBerry apps

End software maintenance charges says Salesforce CEO

From our Blogs

CIO Blog:
Madhatter's tea party

Forrester blog:

SAP and users make progress on Enterprise Support

Open enterprise:

Whatever Happened to OOXML?

OS hearts and minds:

Linux desktops... too much too late

Hart of outsourcing:

The Budget – what does it mean for outsourcing?

Digging Deeper: Infosec 2009

InfoSec 2009: Cyber police need resources and partnerships

Infosec: Companies dragging their feet with patches

London Olympics a target for cyber attack

Infosec: PGP complaint forces ElcomSoft climbdown on security claims

Infosec, Blunkett and scaremongering

Digging Deeper: Swine Flu

Swine Flu: to fear is to fail

10 tips for swine flu planning

Swine Flu? What It Means For IT Professionals

Google tracks swine flu

Spammers seize on swine flu to pitch bogus medicines

Digging Deeper:Technology update

Developers overwhelm Windows 7 download site

Forrester: Breaches via software flaws affect two thirds of companies

Backward compatibility issues in Google Android upgrade

Microsoft to put infrastructure stack on cloud

Adobe investigates zero-day exploit

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