What a week: Top stories you may have missed

Google confronts China, HP loses a major government contract, Accenture loses Barclays deal, strikers accuse Fujitsu, SAP gives in to user pressure, profiling geekdom. All this and more in your ComputerworldUK.com roundup.


Editor's Highlights

HP-EDS to lose giant DWP desktop contract to Fujitsu

IT personality types: 8 profiles in geekdom

Fujitsu strikers allege ‘discrimination’ in redundancy procedures

Google, China and web censorship: A sorry history

Update: SAP does U-turn on Enterprise Support

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Windows XP users at risk from IE6 flaw

HP averts nine day strike in pensions and pay dispute

Gary McKinnon extradition delayed again

Mobile researchers crack new GSM algorithm

Acer unveils Greenpeace-approved laptops

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Digging Deeper: Management briefing

Barclays drops £400m Accenture deal

Gartner: One in five companies will close IT departments

IT must integrate social media tools into business architecture

IT spending downturn is over - Forrester

Google takes flak over Nexus One returns

Digging Deeper: Technology update

Microsoft and HP promise 'infrastructure-to-app' integration for cloud services

ERP: Looking back, looking ahead

Alcatel aims for telecoms revolution with 1,000-fold power reduction targets

Google adds storage to Docs

Windows XP comes with broken Flash player

Digging Deeper: Google confronts China

Google defiant over China censorship

Google Apps not affected by China hack, says search engine

Google hack hit 33 US companies, not just dissidents

Yahoo also victim of China attack

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