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Anh Nguyen

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Anh Nguyen joined ComputerworldUK as a reporter in January 2010. She read French and Italian at Cambridge University and has a postgraduate diploma in journalism from City University. She has worked as a journalist writing news and features for a range of B2B publications, including The Engineer and MediaFinance at The Press Association. Areas that Anh covers at ComputerworldUK include mobile, careers and green IT.

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5 things you need to know about the UKs new Counter Terrorism Bill

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NHS Scotland settles with BT over SWAN procurement

BT and NHS National Services Scotland (NSS) have released a statement saying that they have agreed to end a recent legal battle over the procurement of the Scottish Wide Area Network (SWAN) framework. read more »

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Natwest everywoman Awards 2014 tech finalists

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Sainsburys to rebalance investment towards IT and digital

Sainsbury’s has outlined plans to invest more in IT and digital than on new supermarkets, as it reported a fall in sales and profit in its latest results. read more »

John Lewis: Digital comes second in our old world view of customer service

John Lewis’ retail director Andrew Murphy has admitted that the company, renowned for its high quality customer service, has a traditional view of customer service that does not prioritise digital technologies. read more »

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UK universities' top tech donors

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Halfords CIO: Moving to managed cloud SAP service enabled business to create new service

Halfords, the bikes and car parts and services retailer, has revealed how moving to a managed cloud SAP service with HP helped the business to create a new service for customers. read more »

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Open collaboration underpins our editorial and technology strategy, says the Guardian

Open collaboration, either by using open source development tools or engaging openly with the reader, is what the Guardian Media Group’s technology and editorial strategy is based on, its operations director has said. read more »

Rhead Group saves 40% with move to Microsoft cloud

Rhead Group, an international professional services consultancy, has revealed how moving to a cloud IT platform has resulted in a 40 percent reduction in costs. read more »

Click and collect: Which UK retailers have the technology to deliver?

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Selfridges online investment results in record profit

Luxury department store Selfridges has reported its strongest ever financial results due to growth in all its channels and “rapid development” of its online business. read more »

Ryanairs digital improvements begin to pay off

Ryanair has finally started to reap the benefits of improving its customers’ digital experience of the company, reporting a 32 percent increase in profits to €795 million. read more »

BT Global Services hit by lower public sector revenue

BT’s Global Services (BTGS) business has reported a five percent fall in revenue due to a continuing decline in UK public sector contracts. read more »

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Argos pulls out all the stops to fix website glitch

Argos has said it is making every effort to fix a problem that has prevented some customers from accessing its website since Tuesday (28 October). read more »

Shop Direct invests in SAS to improve personalisation

Shop Direct has signed a deal with SAS to help the retailer provide more personalised web pages to customers, it revealed in its full-year results. read more »

CuteCircuit explores app-controlled skirts with Accenture

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