What a week: top stories you may have missed

Cyber war in tandem with military strikes, more government data lost, Linus Torvalds slamming security experts and a wake up call on virtualisation. Who said nothing happened in August?


Editor's Highlights

Georgia calls in Estonia and Poland to fight cyber attacks

Transport for London wants £1m compensation for Oyster card outages

Fujitsu calls for carbon measurement standards in outsourcing

Torvalds: Fed up with the 'security circus'

Business intelligence: Take a step back

Reader's choice

Home Office lost details on 3,000 workers on CDs

Gartner: Believe the cloud computing hype

Giant Microsoft patch secures Office and Internet Explorer

Gartner: India's top outsourcers will win bigger deals

IT jobs increasingly hard to find

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Making London super fast

Desperately Seeking Chandler

Dell stakes its claim to greenest credentials

The challenge of TUPE

Digging Deeper: Virtualisation

VMware CEO blames quality control for 'time bomb' blunder

IBM: Virtualise now to save power

Black Hat: Speakers question virtualisation

The gilt comes off virtualisation – or does it?

VMware joins Linux Foundation

Digging Deeper: Olympics special

IT at the forefront as Olympics begin

Microsoft SharePoint powering Olympics portal

Lenovo looks for strong finish at Beijing Olympics

Nortel wins Olympic contract

Digging Deeper: Security

Specialist police in raid on credit card fraud factory

Child data lost by BBC production firm

Dutch police notify botnet victims

How does the CIA keep its IT staff honest?

Hackers use fake MSNBC alerts in malware ruse


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