What a week: Top stories you may have missed

The good news - demand for IT professionals is still strong. The bad news - the theft of IT equipment appears to be raising its ugly head again with the raid on Cable & Wireless that hit the Financial Times and Sainsbury's websites.


Editor's Highlights

No servers, no comment at Financial Times

London Oyster card chip maker seeks to gag security boffins

The dangers of cloud computing

Demand for IT pros grows, despite downturn

Obsession with enterprise wide systems will drive user backlash - Gartner

Reader's choice

Google gives away free Web application security scanner

HSBC cybercriminal gets nine years

Microsoft offers free Vista-to-XP downgrade help

Update: VMWare replaces CEO, shares tumble

Google open-sources data exchange language

Digging Deeper Security

Word attacks are underway, Microsoft says

Vendors unite to fix critical internet bug

Lords blast ‘slow’ progress on e-crime

Privacy advocates shocked by Google's YouTube monitoring

Microsoft warns of Active X flaw in Access

Digging Deeper Public Sector

CMA slams government over slow business broadband

Govt IT project delays contributes to £2bn benefits losses

Europe data protection laws not fit for purpose, says ICO

A powerful reminder of what we do IT for

Digging Deeper: Open source

It's not the Gates, it's the bars

More companies flock to Symbian Foundation

Appeal against OOXML approval falls on deaf ears

Developing open-source business policies that work

GNOME Gets Stormy...

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