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  • Gimme shelter: Wall Street braces for next superstorm

    Heading into the heart of hurricane season 10 months after Sandy slammed the New York metropolitan area, Wall Street has had time to reassess and revamp backup plans.

  • Consumerisation makes IT personal

    While it may be viewed with trepidation by many IT leaders, consumerisation is essentially a good thing for the workplace.

  • Alan Turing and the stage he set for computing

    Without Alan Turing's work, computers as we know them today simply would not exist, says Robert Kahn, co-inventor TCP/IP protocols. In a world without Turing, "the computing trajectory would have been entirely different, or at least delayed," he said.

  • LinkedIn breach reminds us to safeguard ourselves online

    The mammoth security breach that exposed 6.5 million LinkedIn user passwords should be a wakeup call for end-users everywhere. We should all practice due dilligence and ask the companies we deal with questions about how they deal with security.

  • What happens if IPv6 fails?

    During the past six months, the Internet engineering community has undertaken an unprecedented effort to promote IPv6 as an urgent and necessary upgrade for network and website operators to allow for the continued, rapid growth of the Internet.

  • Solving Windows 7 crashes with debugging tools

    Everything is perfect; you've upgraded to Windows 7. It's fully patched, all drivers are updated, security is tight, maybe you even have new hardware... yet the old Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) taunts you from your new high definition-screen.

  • Wikileaks project to make Iceland free information host

    Whistleblower site Wikileaks is helping to create a project that could make Iceland an offshore center for the publication of leaked documents. Wikileaks has worked with parliamentarians, lawyers and other organisations to develop a draft law that will be presented to Iceland's parliament, the Althingi.

  • Snow Leopard vs Windows 7

    Windows 7 is a worthy rival, but Mac OS X Snow Leopard is the better operating system by a whisker for discriminating professionals

  • How to get the most out of Twitter: 8 free Twitter clients

    If you want to keep up with your friends, support political campaigns, gossip about your favourite celebrities or find out about new technologies, your best bet in today's digital culture is Twitter. Twitter has also become a necessary part of every business's marketing plan. You want people to visit your Web site? Buy your product? Talk about your CEO's philosophy? You need to be tweeting about it.

  • 11 top Snow Leopard features

    Snow Leopard may be a "minor" update to Mac OS X, with a £25 upgrade price and a focus on improved speed and reliability, but it's still bursting at the seams with tweaks, changes, and improvements - as well as a few modifications that might well be quite controversial. Here's a look at some of the biggest changes due to arrive with Snow Leopard on Friday, August 28.

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