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Entry opens on Friday 28 June and closes on Friday 9 August
Exploring what mobile devices businesses cater for and how their approach to mobile content really does affect their business and base of customers
Read the top 10 reasons to upgrade to the Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 [Content by Microsoft].
All the news from IBM's user event in Las Vegas
All the news from the annual San Francisco security show
All the news from the mobile extravaganza in Barcelona
News, views and blogs live from Boston
The latest news, interviews and blogs live from Salt Lake City
Thirty per cent of the online population is now visiting or writing an online diary
Microsoft's 'most significant desktop release in a decade'
The IT and consumer electronics trade show rolls into Hanover
All the news, reviews and developments from this year's open source extravaganza in Boston
What IT managers need to know about XP SP2
How virtualisation technology can dramatically improve return on hardware investment
XP Service Pack 2 provides some security improvements which users cannot afford to ignore, but some existing apps may need to be tweaked to run at their best
In the middle of its legal battles with IBM, SCO is out to prove that it's business as usual
Now in its sixth year, the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo is the largest event focusing on Linux and open source solutions for the enterprise.
Exploring the emerging grid concept for pooling processing resources
The music industry has finally worked out how to make money out of internet music downloads. But will legal online music services be as popular as P2P sites?
The Computex show in Taipei brings together the world's hardware vendors to show off their latest products.
Keen to forget its problems of the last couple of years, Computer Associates heralds a bright new future of on-demand computing and open source development at its annual conference.
The pros and cons of Windows and Linux in enterprise IT
Linux is becoming the operating system of choice for an increasing number of corporates, and even the mighty Microsoft is acknowledging the threat ...