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A cloud in the shape of a G

G-Cloud sales reach £154m with SMBs winning most deals

G-Cloud team celebrates new milestone as government departments continue adoption of cloud services

Heartbleed has created problems across the web world

NSA denies knowledge of Heartbleed OpenSSL flaw, firms urged to patch systems

ICS-CERT calls for users to patch huge security gap as soon as possible

Colourful web address URL bar in blue

Microsoft, Google and BT back government plans to get 2.5 million more people online

BT, Google, Microsoft and EE among those to pledge support for Digital Inclusion Strategy (DIS)

OpenSSL Heartbleed bug: Founders slam tech world for not supporting project

Wider tech and business communities need to take some share of the blame for major error

End of XP support helps slow PC market slump as Lenovo, HP and Dell rebound

Europe has first positive growth for eight quarters

Only three of 43 police forces able to tackle cybercrime challenges

Just two percent of officers are trained to combat hackers, government watchdog finds

Police and intelligence agencies overusing data request powers

Interception of communications commissioner Sir Anthony May issues report to parliament on state of data gathering from public bodies

Windows XP support finally ends, leaving millions of PCs at risk

Tech sector waits with baited breath to see what happens next

Holland follows UK with costly government Windows XP support deal

Nation could be spending as much as $8m to protect old systems

PRISM woes and CISP holes: CERT-UK has its work cut out

Emergency response team opens in the knick of time, says V3 reporter Alastair Stevenson

RSA ties to NSA PRISM spooks go deeper than first thought

Academics find evidence that state hackers used a flaw in security extension tech to crack encryption protocols faster

Anti-hacker CERT-UK opens for business

Government also launches Cyber Assist programme to help SMBs deal with security threats

Chinese CERT accuses US of carrying out 3.6 million cyber attacks on its systems

US responsible for 30 percent of 2013 PC infections, says defence team

Turkish ISPs are spying on Google customers

Intercept company's public domain name system server data

Government data requests to Google reach new highs

Firm sees 120 percent increase in data requests since 2009

Top US military research department to focus on solving big data riddle

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency moves to solve world's information conundrum

Obama presents plans to end bulk telephone metadata collection

Government to put stricter controls on intelligence agencies

Bletchley Park codebreaker Jerry Roberts dies aged 93

Tributes paid to hero of war who formed part of key code-cracking squad

£10m fund opens to solve broadband rollout challenges in UK's remotest areas

Firms invited to submit ideas for how to use funding

Turkey blocks Twitter but users find workarounds

Latest censorship threat to communications tools amid protests

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