A Web site has been set up to provide support for 150 former employees of Grey Archer, an online exchange for the UK pub trade.
E-mail is now a tool that is to be found at the heart of everyday business. Along with the increasing reliance that is now placed upon e-mail has come a cost: the very large cost associated with managing these systems. At the moment Microsoft supplies one of the most widely deployed e-mail engines in the guise of Exchange. But will the recent changes to Microsoft's licensing plans and revelations concerning the next version of Exchange have any effect on usage?
One-time teenage "dotcom millionaire" Benjamin Cohen has finally flogged his porn empire.
The Web hosting industry is on its knees and shows little sign of recovery in the near future.
Dutch computer pioneer Edsger W Dijkstra has died, aged 72.
Workers at PSINet Europe will have an anxious wait over the next eight weeks following the ISP's decision to begin a strategic review of the company.
UpdatedUK corporates are bombarded by porn and pedo bulk-emails - and ineffective anti-spam software and outdated email usage policies mean that many are coping badly
Convergys - the software billing outfit - is to axe 90 jobs across its European operation.
UpdatedNTL restored its Web site to normality today after its contractors mistakenly loaded an alarming pop up message on to ntlworld.com.
Microsoft is to introduce a wide-ranging information security program for its Passport web service, after falling foul of the USA's might Federal Trade Commission.
UpdatedA presentation at Blackhat last week by Tim Mullen of AnchorIs, offering a novel treatment for the Nimda worm, has caused considerable controversy because it involves taking unauthorized actions against the offending box.
IBM is to release a version of the dual-core Power4 processor aimed at the desktop, and will disclosed details at Microprocessor Forum in October.