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Government Digital Service budget expected to be slashed as director Mike Bracken steps down

Government Digital Service budget expected to be slashed as director Mike Bracken steps down

Sources say the Government Digital Service’s £58 million budget and 700-strong headcount are set to be 'drastically' reduced, as GDS director Mike Bracken announced his shock departure after four years. read more »

Care.data director Tim Kelsey: the mastermind behind the NHS GP data project

Despite plaudits for his entrepreneurship and work on open data, top NHS official Kelsey is a divisive and controversial figure read more »

Problems following SAP CRM migration prompts 95% loss in British Gas operating profit

British Gas Business has suffered debts and resolution costs to get CRM working following migration read more »

Highland Spring captures data at the source with self service BI

Water company not quite ready to move to Windows 10 after recent XP overhaul read more »

Porn in Parliament: a problem with people or software?

The headline of 250,000 visits to porn sites in Parliament last year sounds shocking – but the truth is more mundane read more »

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Wednesday, August 5

China moving cops on-site at Internet companies... Do-Not-Track gets some bite...Lollipop lag shows Android is really fragmented...and more tech news. read more »

Cultural challenges slow federal open data efforts

Federal CIOs face cultural challenges and governance issues in trying to comply with DATA Act requirements. read more »

Employment engine keeps humming for IT job seekers

Programmers fare well, but some positions, such as Web developers, see rising unemployment read more »

Review: Ikea wireless-charging furniture is stylish and functional but not without issues

Ikea's new line of furniture is following an industry trend toward embedding wireless charging into products, including automobiles. I found Ikea's flavor of this quite well built and stylish, but I did take issue with a couple things. read more »

So long (Vista), it's been good to know yah

Windows Vista, the perception-plagued operating system Microsoft debuted in early 2007, now powers just two out of every 100 Windows PCs. read more »

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Care.data director Tim Kelsey: the mastermind behind the NHS GP data project

Care.data director Tim Kelsey: the mastermind behind the NHS GP data project

Who is Tim Kelsey, the top civil servant in charge of the government's Care.data scheme? read more »

Porn in Parliament: a problem with people or software?

The headline of 250,000 visits to porn sites in Parliament last year sounds shocking – but the truth is more mundane read more »

SAP offers S/4HANA for free

S4/HANA: What does SAP’s next generation ERP mean for customers? read more »

Windows 10: Pros and cons for enterprise - why your business should move to Windows 10

Windows 10 launches this week - but can Microsoft learn from the mistakes of Windows 8? read more »

Westminster View: Solving Digital Exclusion

One of the key tests by which we should judge the success of this Conservative Government is digital inclusion read more »

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