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Make IT Better: Technology firms need to look beyond computing and engineering students to attract the best IT talent, says Avaya

Michael Bayer, Avaya president of EMEA, shares his views on IT skills and recruitment

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PRISM: Why the UK GCHQ's internet snooping is scarily funny

Snooping sets a dangerous precedent for our future online, argues Alastair Stevenson

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New gTLDs will require skill and strategy to manage

Solicitor Catherine Richardson reveals how companies can understand and manage the looming generic top-level domain rollout

PRISM: Scandal could prove watershed moment in web privacy battle

Outcry brings hope that industry won't roll over for government, writes US correspondent Shaun Nichols

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

Microsoft and OpenStack set for heated cloud battle

Vendors aim for a consistent platform to ease hybrid cloud adoption

Dell needs more than servers to stave off Carl Icahn at its Enterprise Forum

Enterprise IT is more than commodity x86 servers, argues V3 Correspondent Lawrence Latif

Cut the tax breaks for large firms like Amazon and focus support on SMBs and tech startups

Priorities must change on protecting technology business interests

Yahoo Tumblr purchase could be the next Google YouTube success

Blogging platform could bring big returns for Yahoo

Amazon, Google and Apple won't need to pay tax, despite government threats

Governments won't have the courage or power to get a fair deal from big tech companies, argues V3 editor Madeline Bennett

Cloud computing is the new normal

The cloud is no longer an exotic technology but a standard part of the corporate IT toolkit, says V3 technology editor Dan Robinson

Outdated Windows XP and IE systems not acceptable in the public sector

Government should promote use of current operating systems and browsers to improve security and protect privacy of users

Right to be forgotten on the web is great for users, but not feasible for businesses

Taylor Wessing’s Debbie Heywood looks at some of the most contentious EC proposals for data protection law reform

UK government likely to outsmart Obama on cyber security

Investment in security education is the way forward, says V3 reporter Alastair Stevenson

CISPA: Security and privacy compromise needs to be sought

Legislators not quite there on ensuring data protections, says V3 US correspondent Shaun Nichols

Kickstarter and Seedrs spur the crowd funding revolution

Tech lawyer Vanessa Barnett gives her advice on how start-ups should approach crowd funding

The mobile phone will be obsolete in 40 years

Forty years in the future will the mobile phone as we know it still exist, asks V3 news editor Dan Worth

Microsoft needs a cure for the Windows 8 Blues

Will the upcoming update for Windows 8 give a boost to its lacklustre uptake, asks V3's technology editor Dan Robinson

Facebook’s Sandberg and Yahoo’s Mayer don't pass muster as tech role models for UK young women

The lack of women in tech is becoming a crisis, says V3's special projects editor Rosalie Marshall

Samsung fails to outclass Apple in BYOD battle for business users

Galaxy S4 launch event highlighted Korean giants’s shortcomings as a credible enterprise provider, argues V3 editor Madeline Bennett

Lenovo BlackBerry deal could see firm repeat success of IBM PC acquisition

Chinese PC maker should snap up ailing smartphone firm, argues V3 US correspondent James Dohnert

Ofcom figures reveal folly of superfast broadband pledge

Britain needs more than just internet connectivity to kickstart its flatlining economy, argues V3 correspondent Gareth Morgan

The dangers of APTs are being overhyped

US correspondent Shaun Nichols wades into the debate on just how seriously the threat of APTs needs to be taken

VMware Horizon Suite looks impressive but could be the mother of all lock-ins

New suite lets organisations deliver end-user computing as a set of centralised services, but does it depend too much on VMware infrastructure, asks V3 technology editor Dan Robinson

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