It is with a sad and heavy heart that I officially compose my last blog post as the true custodian of this blog...well I guess it is the case.
On Monday our new Editor in Chief Bryan Glick, formerly editor of age-old rival Computing, will be...
Well that's pretty much it from us at ComputerWeekly for the rest of 2008.
We will be updating the website with some great festive content, like our Christmas quiz,
Update: the competition to win a Dell Inspiron 1720 Notebook from Dell Outlet is now closed.
Check Google's offices out in this blog post. They do look pretty cool.
Do you think the style of an office says a lot about a company?
Well if you check out our offices at RBI in...
Last week's most popular stories were topped by doom-and-gloom in the IT job market as loss-making Sun Microsystems cuts...
So what were your favourite stories on ComputerWeekly last week? What were the headlines that made your fellow IT pros double click? What news or bizarre content piqued your fellow peers interest?
Well last week's top story was a big spat between two big players in the broadband market...
What was hot the site last week - well not suprisingly it was Heathrow and Terminal 5 dominated, what with the baggage-handling glitches for the grand opening on Thursday.
The top five most read stories on ComputerWeekly.com last week were
These were the top five most read stories on ComputerWeekly last week.
1. Police build national database of mugshots to help CCTV policing