podcasts @ComputerWeekly

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UK IT news round-up for 4 July 2008: Can IT help to reduce corporate carbon footprints?

The biggest contribution CIOs can make to fighting climate change may not be in the datacentre but by applying IT...

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UK IT news round-up for 1 July 2008: Government data handling after the Poynter report

Highlights include an exploration of proposed changes to Government data security measures following two recent...

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Banking technology update from Computer Weekly with Avivah Litan from Gartner

Avivah Litan, information and security analyst at research firm Gartner, talks to Computer Weekly's Warwick Ashford...

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Geoff Huston: Prepare to pay for your IP addresses

The internet is running out of addresses. As it stands today the internet can support four billion addresses and...

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Computer Weekly IT news round-up 20 June: IPv6, Internet meltdown and the iPhone 3G

Internet meltdown could follow if you don't make the switch to IPv6, says Cliff Saran in discussion with Warwick...

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Consumerisation of IT: Tom Rogerson from Computer Sciences Corporation

Computer Sciences Corporation CTO financial services EMEA, Tom Rogerson, talks to Computer Weekly's Warwick Ashford...

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Computer Weekly IT round-up 13 June: New look Computer Weekly magazine

Warwick Ashford charts the most popular IT news stories on Computer Weekly.com in the past week and discusses the new...

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UK IT news highlights from Computer Weekly for w/e 9 June

Includes a report from Warwick Ashford that the number of computing students in UK universities and colleges has...

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Accenture CIO Frank Modruson on exploiting the power of social networking within the business

Accenture CIO Frank Modruson talks to Computer Weekly's Bill Goodwin about Accenture's moves to exploit social...

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Computer Weekly UK IT new highlights: 30 May 2008

Stories this week include: reactions to Fujitsu’s withdrawal from the NHS National Programme for Information...

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Against the Machine - an interview with Lee Siegel

How can we be sure that what we read, hear or see on the Internet is real? The Internet has changed the way we work...

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Computer Weekly's IT news highlights: 23 May 2008

Warwick Ashford rounds up the UK IT news highlights according to Computer Weekly, for the week ending 23 May 2008,...

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The death of the IT department: Interview with Carl Bate, CTO of CapGemini

Cap Gemini CTO Carl Bate explains to Computer Weekly's Karl Flinders why the IT department - at least in its current...

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Software Development: Navigating the pitfalls.

There are many factors that can cause a software development project to run into problems. The most common are...

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Bennie Vorster of BMW discusses renewable energy in data centres

BMW is two-thirds of the way through a three year green IT programme to improve the efficiency of its data centres....

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Columbia space shuttle: the recovered disc drive

Last week, the Internet was buzzing with news some research had been published based on data that was recovered from...

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Business continuity is not just an IT issue: Russell Price of the Continuity Forum

The responsibility for business continuity has to reside at the highest level or any organisation and not just with...

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Microsoft Brad Goldberg on Live Search: more focus than Google

As the bid for Yahoo quietens down, Microsoft has revamped its Live Search engine, expanding the types of searches...

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Microsoft's COO Kevin Turner on how to earn the big bucks in IT

Microsoft hired Kevin Turner to be its Chief Operating Officer and offered him base salary of $570,000 (£285,000) per...

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Top tips for powering and cooling datacentres

Powering and cooling data centres can be expensive if done incorrectly. Gartner analyst Rakesh Kumar gives the latest...

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