Google have entered the social networking fray with their new Buzz network. It's not the first time they've tried their hand at social networking (their Orkut network has a very respectable 100 million users), but by integrating it into…
With visions of Nicky Campbell rummaging through the litter bins of major high street banks fresh in the mind, it seems that every Government agency, and even a few private companies, have had a go at losing our personal data this year.
The Inland Revenue (sorry, Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs), the Driver and Vehicle Agency, Fasthosts, the Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Service, Leeds Building Society, the Citizens Advice Bureau… I could go on, but it’s too depressing.
Yes, despite all the warnings about how vigilant we, the innocent members of the public, should be — shredding bank statements, having decent security on our PCs, securing our home wireless networks, and so on — it seems the “big boys” still aren’t getting it right.
Today sees the launch of the Green Technology Initiative (GTI) which aims to educate and help UK businesses to reduce the carbon emissions from energy used by their IT equipment.
BT has revealed what it thinks are the ten quirkiest customer calls to its Home IT Advisor helpdesk, and it just goes to prove (as if proof were needed) that there are some very strange, computer illiterate people out there….