Editorial

CM = KM OK?

Chris Spencer wonders if mundane software can have a Knowledge Management function.

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Dot.com Survivor!

The Fourth “Nothing. But.The. Net” Conference drew crowds in Edinburgh.

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Making E-mail Safe

Gordon Olson, Chairman of Meticulus Solutions, looks at methods of making e-mail secure.

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Time to Drop the Bomb?

Software bombs have been commonplace in the IT industry for many years. Tim Sewart addresses a question asked of him on a number of occasions: are they legal?

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Police, Camera, Action!

VIPER, the new video ID parade system launched in March by Home Secretary David Blunkett, has been described as the largest video editing facility in the world. Andy Hogben of Quadrant Visual Solutions, one of the original members of the 'VIPER's nest' which developed the system for West Yorkshire Police, describes the technological hurdles which were overcome during the groundbreaking eight-year project.

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Security - Why should you care?

What does security mean to you? Most people could be forgiven for thinking that they don’t really have to worry about IT security. Who is really going to try to hack into your systems, especially if you are a small or medium sized company? It’s only big multi-nationals that get attacked, right? Jackie Groves of Ultimaco Safeware knows otherwise.

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Internet Auctions, Agency and Consumer Rights

Online auction sites have grown in popularity. James Mitchell looks at the legal status of these sites by drawing a comparison with ‘physical’ auctions. His article also highlights differences, considers the formation and effect of contracts in this process, especially the legal position and remedies of unhappy buyers and the jurisdictional issues.

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Collyerbristow.com

The Intendance survey of legal Web sites (see the SCL Web site for details) gave its top marks to the site of Collyer-Bristow. We asked Jackie Reiss, Business Development Director at Collyer-Bristow, to set out the recipe for success.

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