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Microsoft will end support for XP on 8 April 2014

Microsoft due to unveil one-year Windows XP support package

Public sector bodies will be thrown a lifeline

House of Parliament at night on River Thames

Public sector told to abandon proprietary software such as Microsoft Office

Smaller vendors to benefit from government policy, calling for more open standard

Data controllers failing to encrypt sensitive data, warns ICO

Lack of security awareness is leaving customer data open to abuse

G-Cloud sales top £30m as IBM still rules the roost

Scheme designed to help SME vendors still favouring larger corporations

Berkshire NHS Trust using 4G to boost mobile working practices

50 staff using MiFi devices to get more done in the field

Samsung set to steal BlackBerry's slice of the FBI pie

Korean firm on brink of closing deal to arm law enforcement agents with Galaxy handsets

G-Cloud spend tops £25m after deals worth £3.5m signed in May

Government IT procurement service sees almost 300 transactions in May

Hounslow confirms Arqiva as WiFi provider in latest council deal

10 London councils plan to follow Camden and Hammersmith and Fulham in deploying free WiFi to residents

Government COO goes to dangerous lengths to prove PC boot up claims

Stephen Kelly takes umbrage that his seven-minute claim might be wrong

Government COO expands on £6,000 PC support cost claim by tweeting video of slow laptop bootup

Stephen Kelly's IT spending figures are cause for alarm, says V3 editor Madeline Bennett

ICO fines Glasgow Council £150,000 over lost laptop exposing 6,000 bank account details

Data watchdog apoplectic over repeated failure to encrypt mobile devices

CCTV code comes into force despite privacy concerns

Voluntary code to cover handful of public sector bodies

G-Cloud head departs as government IT procurement service hits £22m spend

Denise McDonagh gets off the most enjoyable roller-coaster ride of her life

DWP has no immediate plans to support systems newer than Windows XP and IE6 for benefits claims

Claimants restricted to phone and face-to-face meetings for certain benefits

US bill to open up filings and stop patent trolls

The proposed End Anonymous Patents Act would seek to eliminate vague filings from patent trolls

London councils Newham and Havering exit free WiFi plans as Barnet and Islington sign up

Five London councils have pulled out of plans to provide London residents with free WiFi access

Hammersmith and Fulham follows Camden in supplying free WiFi service to residents

Communications firm Arqiva is again selected as the WiFi supplier

TfL shuns public cloud but champions use of big data analytics

Transport for London CIO Steve Townsend talks to V3 about why the public cloud is not always the cheapest option

China dismisses the Pentagon's cyber spying allegations

Chinese government officials say cyber threat accusations hurt China-US relations

Microsoft confirms IE8 zero-day exploit

Microsoft confirms vulnerability uncovered by AlienVault earlier this week

Exclusive: Met Police loses 809 laptops and mobile phones since 2010

V3 uncovers more device losses in wake of BBC incident

CISPA author characterises bill's opponents as '14-year-old Tweeters'

Congressman Mike Rodgers gaffe leads to Twitter outpouring

The private and public sector begin to work together to stifle hackers

Cyber security threats spark increased corporation between government and enterprise

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