Stories by Computerworld UK staff

EC pushes for overhaul after carbon trading scandals

The European Commission has called for a series of reviews to beef up the security of the European carbon market following a <a href="">series of cyber frauds</a>.

UK plans national cyber security centre

A national cyber security centre to combat the growing threat of foreign states and criminal gangs hacking into the public sector and enterprise IT infrastructure will be announced later this month by UK prime minister Gordon Brown.

Digital Britain Report gets muted support

The Digital Britain Report has received wide spread support from IT-focused organisations, but many feel that its core recommendation - a minimum speed broadband available to all - doesn't go far enough.

Microsoft puts cloud over manifesto launch

Microsoft and the companies behind the <a href="">Cloud Manifesto</a> will today attempt to patch up the differences that could threaten efforts to create genuine interoperability in cloud computing.

Merrill Lynch to ditch Satyam for Tata

Merrill Lynch will move many of its IT contracts from struggling Indian software firm Satyam Computer Services to rival Tata Consultancy Services, according to Indian newspaper The Economic Times.