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The NHS should embrace wearable tech, says Royal Free CIO

The NHS should embrace wearable tech, says Royal Free CIO

The NHS must tackle a "series of privacy issues" raised by wearable technologies to pave the way for its adoption to become widespread, Royal Free Hospital CIO Will Smart has said. read more »

CIOs must lead business innovation or lose out in ‘age of the customer’, says Forrester

‘Fail fast’ startup mentality is crucial for large firms to avoid disruption read more »

Public sector must ‘force’ IT vendors to cooperate, says Leeds CIO

Suppliers must adopt open standards, open APIs and share data to support new world of ‘Government as a Platform’ read more »

Government launches new Public Services Network compliance process

But trade body warns more needs to be done to encourage public bodies to share information read more »

Online crime fuels 27 percent spike in UK identity theft

Fraud body Cifas calls for national system of fraud reporting read more »

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CA gets 'agile' with $480 million purchase of Rally

CA gets 'agile' with $480 million purchase of Rally

Expanding into the field of agile software development, CA Technologies is acquiring programming tools and services company Rally Software for US$480 million. read more »

Apache Cordova fixes flaw that could cause apps to crash

It could also cause unwanted dialog boxes to appear read more »

Data breach costs jump 23 percent in two years, says IBM study

Average clean-up cost has now reached $3.79 million based on Ponemon Institute calculations read more »

Update: Oracle scores in Java API copyright victory over Google

Copyrighting APIs may be legal, but will it cripple the interoperability on which the new digital revolution depends? read more »

Government Cafcass service uses encrypted messaging for all sensitive email

Reveals use of Egress secure messaging service ongoing for nearly two years read more »

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Microsoft asks enterprise IT for help in testing Windows 7 updates

Microsoft asks enterprise IT for help in testing Windows 7 updates

Microsoft wants enterprise IT administrators to play guinea pig by deploying a lot more fixes to Windows 7 and Server 2012 R2, another step in getting customers to help test patches before rolling them out everyone. read more »

How Rentokil innovates using APIs

Rentokil discusses IoT rat traps, cash-for-apps incentives and APIs read more »

Advanced threat protection: Key insights from the ComputerworldUK cybersecurity conference

Experts in security give insight into protecting your firm read more »

Java at 20: The programming juggernaut rolls on

Java has joined C and C++ as a programming language that has stood the test of time read more »

What next for OpenStack? Users call for focus on core services, as well as innovation

Containers are the hot topic at the Vancouver Summit, but community highlights need to focus on core functionality read more »

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Securing the Enterprise

Join ComputerworldUK's editor in chief, Mike Simons and Dell executives in a series of video discussions on how to respond to respond to cyber criminals.

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Microsoft Surface tablet

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