What a week: top stories you may have missed

London Stock Exchange doubts its core platform, Government does ID card u-turn, Windows 7 pricing rows continue, Apple faces critical iPhone vulnerability, Obama's internet shutdown plan. These stories and more in your Computerworld UK weekly roundup.


Editor's highlights

London Stock Exchange to dump £40m TradElect - reports

Gartner again slams Windows 7 upgrade limit

Government U-turn on £5bn ID cards

Determining the true cost of Microsoft SharePoint

Government IT to be key election battleground

Reader's choice

Apple may patch serious iPhone vulnerability

Government criticised for plan to hire "naughty boys"

Software not smart enough to sort human relationships

Computer Aid International slams Gartner over PC re-use

Oracle launches Fusion Middleware 11g

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Dining with the father of the web

IT value - we reap what we sow

The Huge Hidden Cost of Microsoft Software

Small is most definitely beautiful

Are we mis-selling 'open source'?

Digging Deeper: Security spotlight

Barack Obama to get power to shutdown internet during cyber attack

Microsoft releases 5 security service packs

There is no alternative to PCI, says security chief

Security firm gagged over ATM flaw

DiskShred offers mobile disk destruction service

Digging Deeper: Cloud computing

Enterprises say no to cloud computing

Forrester: Don’t take cloud –based email security at face value

Microsoft to open giant new Dublin datacentre

Gartner again slams Windows 7 upgrade limit

The cloud at your fingertips

Digging Deeper: Management briefing

Lloyds TSB job cuts hit IT

Give us back control of our data

Windows XP: The OS that won't die

Playing on the corporate conscience

Client side virtualisation

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