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Anh Nguyen

Anh Nguyen


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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Travis Perkins to extend new multi-channel IT platform next year

Travis Perkins is part-way through developing a new multi-channel IT platform to be extended across the business in 2015 and 2016, the company said in its interim results. read more »

Lastminute.com may be sold off

Sabre, the owner of lastminute.com, has announced it is exploring strategic options that include a possible sale of the online travel and leisure retailer. read more »

Tesco to cut IT investment amid profit warning

Tesco has announced it will be making further cuts to its capital expenditure this year, including reducing its investment in IT, following a profit warning. read more »

TUI UK & Ireland connects customers data end-to-end with Pegasystems

TUI UK & Ireland, which owns the holiday brands First Choice and Thomson, has implemented a system from Pegasystems that joins up customer data from the time of booking to post-travel. read more »

Virgin Media fixes email glitch

Virgin Media has confirmed that a glitch causing some customers to have problems sending and receiving emails has been resolved. read more »

Update: Virgin Media email goes down for customers

Some Virgin Media customers are currently experiencing problems sending and receiving emails. read more »

Ministry of Justice fined over loss of unencrypted hard drive

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) £180,000 over a serious Data Protection Act breach that led to the loss of confidential information on thousands of prisoners. read more »

Pharmacy giant hit by database glitch

Walgreens, the US pharmacy chain which is set to merge with the UK’s Alliance Boots company, was hit by a database failure last week that prevented it from filling out prescriptions for hours. read more »

Gatwick Airport tenders for SAP support services

London Gatwick Airport has tendered for support services for its SAP enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. read more »

EDF Energy to pay £3m after new SAP IT system migration led to complaints handling breaches

Utility company EDF Energy is to pay £3 million to compensate for a breach of complaint handling rules during a migration to a new SAP IT system. read more »

Interview with Ocado CTO Paul Clarke in quotes

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Aviva appoints chief digital officer

Insurance provider Aviva has appointed Andrew Brem into the new role of chief digital officer (CDO) at the company to help it become a ‘digital-first’ company. read more »

Digital consumer engagement firm Eagle Eye speeds up app delivery with Rackspace automation

Eagle Eye, a UK provider of a platform that allows retailers such as Tesco to target shoppers with personalised offers, has signed a deal with Rackspace for its DevOps automation service. read more »

Ministry of Justice awards £76.5m electronic tagging contract to Steatite

The Ministry of Justice has awarded a contract worth between £31.5 million and £76.5 million for electronic monitoring hardware to Worcestershire-based firm Steatite. read more »

Ocado: Online food is not our bread and butter

Online groceries retailer Ocado wants it to be known that it is a technology company at heart, not a retailer, and ComputerworldUK has met the company’s CTO Paul Clarke to find out the many reasons why. read more »

Government to put Digital Marketplace live next month

The Digital Marketplace, the new home for G-Cloud services and the Digital Services Framework(DSF), is set to go live by the end of September, the government has revealed. read more »

Police officers investigated over social media guideline breaches

Hundreds of police officers in England and Wales have been investigated for breaching social media guidelines, Freedom of Information research has unveiled. read more »

Major Projects Authority 'tried to hide Universal Credit data to avoid scrutiny'

The Major Projects Authority (MPA) failed to rate the risk of the beleaguered Universal Credit project to try to hide information and avoid scrutiny, according to MPs. read more »

House of Fraser, Hawes & Curtis install tracking beacons in mannequins

House of Fraser, Hawes & Curtis and Bentalls are three retailers that are pioneering beacon technology in store mannequins. read more »

Asda sees double-digit growth in e-commerce sales

Asda has reported double-digit growth in online sales, according to parent company Walmart’s latest results. read more »

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