Data security, regulatory compliance and IT governance will be top of the agenda for IT professionals over the coming year, says Isaca
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A US standards body has rejected Microsoft's Office Open XML document format as an international standard, which could further boost the popularity of open source standard OpenDocument (ODF)
UK resident Gary McKinnon has lost his legal challenge against extradition to the US to face charges of hacking NASA and military installations.
The Free Software Foundation Europe has accused Microsoft of "stuffing the ballot boxes" in a vote designed to establish Office Open XML as a recognised industry standard.
The Open Source Initiative's (OSI) founder Eric S Raymond is very unhappy with Microsoft for trying to force a "divisive" and "technically bogus" specification through as an international standard.
Google has asked for a precise list of the laws the European Commission thinks it has broken in response to a deadline given by regulators, chairman Eric Schmidt has said while maintaining the company has done nothing wrong
The cost of most Microsoft UK volume licences will rise by up to 33.5 percent from 1 July, Microsoft has said, although the implications for public-sector costs have yet to be decided
The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer, a module that will go into space to conduct particle physics experiments, is set to leave CERN for the Kennedy Space Cente
Larry Ellison and Larry Page have appeared in court in San Francisco to give evidence in Oracle's patent litigation against Android
The CRC Energy Efficiency scheme will ultimately help organisations running large datacentres, according to consultants