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  • MPLS networks are ideal for converged network services, offering different classes of service over a network hosted IP VPN. But the technology has limitations when it comes to true traffic management, explains Antoine Guy, marketing director, EMEA, Allot Communications.
  • The future web will become the universal application integration platform on which all kinds of objects run performing all kinds of complex networked transactions. Dr Beran Necat, senior ICT lecturer, Havering College of F&HE, looks at how the web originated and how it might evolve in the future.
  • Justin Richards reports back from Edinburgh, which played host to this year's World Wide Web conference.
  • Paul Crichton MBCS, a member of the BCS Disability Group Committee, looks at PAS 78 and its implications for web design and social inclusion.
  • At the recent World Wide Web Conference in Edinburgh David Thomas, deputy assistant director, FBI Cyberdivision, highlighted a number of trends and problems affecting businesses and individuals worldwide. Justin Richards reports.
  • Jeff Aaron, director, product marketing at Silver Peak looks at an increasingly important enabler of strategic IT initiatives, including branch office server and storage centralization, wide area file sharing and business continuity planning.
  • Nicholas Mann learns a lesson on internet safety.
  • A new type of search engine is being created and it could change the way we look for things on the web.
  • The short life-span and upgradeability of many IT assets complicate the otherwise fairly simple concept of depreciation, explains Michael Blackstaff.
  • Communicating in one of a range of ways of demonstrating to directors that IT is adding value to the business, says Brendan Murphy