Where would we be without the Global Positioning System? Well, without GPS I probably would not be at this hotel nice and early, waiting for a meeting to start. Forget the idiots who end up [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry3301.html"]driving on train tracks or toppling over cliffs[/URL], for some of us SatNav has become not a car gadget but an essential tool for business life. Despite SatNav manufacturers sometimes [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry1276.html"]getting things very wrong indeed[/URL], the honest truth is that without GPS I would, quite frankly, be paddling up a smelly dark brown creek without a canoe. Which is why I was a little worried …

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In a rather ironic turn of events, the US [URL="http://www.dhs.gov/index.shtm"]Department for Homeland Security[/URL] has found itself having to admit to Congress that it has been subject to the odd one or two minor security problems in-house. Well, I say one or two. Actually the figure is more than 800. Well, I say minor security problems. Actually the attacks cover everything from full scale hacking attempts through to virus outbreaks and spyware infection and lost laptops. OK, so let us get this into perspective. From the perspective of the US Government and Department for Homeland Security it is no big deal …

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