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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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Amadeus aims to spot system errors before they happen with Netuitive

Amadeus, the airline industry’s technology partner, is implementing monitoring software that it hopes will eventually enable it to identify and fix system errors before they occur. read more »

Kiddicares digital chief Simon Harrow joins start-up incubator

Simon Harrow, the head of digital development at online baby goods company Kiddicare, has joined digital incubator Haatch. read more »

Home Office tenders for £1.5bn emergency services telecoms network

The Home Office has published a tender for a new emergency services network (ESN) for telecommunication services worth between £666 million and £1.46 billion, depending on the take-up of the service. read more »

Plan International streamlines global HR processes with SAP

Plan International, a charity that works to protect the rights of underprivileged children around the world, has revealed how it is implementing an SAP system to standardise its HR systems and processes. read more »

Tesco puts hopes in online shopping for UK turnaround

Tesco hopes to grow its UK business through online shopping, rather than bricks and mortar, as it announced a 3.6 percent fall in trading profit to £2.2 billion. read more »

TOMY boosts toy orders with SAP-based mobile sales app

TOMY, the world’s fourth largest toy company, is rolling out a mobile app for its sales team that it says has already helped some early adopters achieve a 20 percent increase in customer orders. read more »

Debenhams to increase investment in distribution centre automation

Debenhams has announced plans to increase its investment in automated systems in its distribution centres to support developments in its omni-channel offering. read more »

Over-the-air update key to Tescos Hudl tablet launching on time

A customised over-the-air (OTA) software update feature played a critical part in Tesco launching its Hudl tablets on time, according to the retailer’s strategic technology partner on the project. read more »

Government launches cyber security certification for businesses

The government has launched its Cyber Essentials scheme to provide "clarity to organisations on what good cyber security practice is" and to "set out the steps they need to follow to manage cyber risks". read more »

Lloyd's Register signs £36m outsourcing deal with Capgemini

Lloyd’s Register Group, the global engineering, technical and business services organisation and maritime classification society, has signed a five-year contract with Capgemini to deliver new and enhanced IT infrastructure and application services. read more »

Ofgem fines British Gas £4.25m after IT errors block businesses from switching

Ofgem has found that a computer system error caused British Gas to incorrectly stop its business customers from switching to other suppliers, resulting in a penalty of £4.25 million for the energy provider. read more »

Digital chief at Morrisons' online subsidiary Kiddicare quits

Morrisons has confirmed that Simon Harrow, the head of digital development at its online baby goods arm Kiddicare, has quit. read more »

MPs call for end to twin-track development of Universal Credit IT

MPs on the Work and Pensions Select Committee have called for an end to the ‘twin-track’ development of Universal Credit systems to make better use of taxpayers’ money. read more »

Halfords signs three-year IT maintenance and support deal with Fujitsu

Halfords, the car parts and bikes retailer, has signed a contract with Fujitsu for three years of IT maintenance and support. read more »

Female entrepreneur? Use technology disruptively? This award is for you

The Natwest Everywoman Awards, which aims to find the UK’s best female entrepreneurs across all sectors including IT, is inviting entries for 2014. read more »

Microsoft partners with CAS to train 50,000 computing teachers

Microsoft is investing £334,000 into a partnership with Computing at Schools (CAS) to train teachers and prepare them for the new computing curriculum coming into effect in September. read more »

Enfield council extends ICT contract with Serco

The London Borough of Enfield has extended a contract with Serco to provide ICT services by four years. read more »

DWP introduces Universal Credit to Wales

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has announced that Universal Credit is now live in Shotton, Wales. read more »

Ocado struggles to fill IT vacancies

Ocado has renewed its call for new tech employees after revealing that just under a quarter (23 percent) of vacancies had been filled since it launched its recruitment drive four months ago. read more »

Research finds 70% of CIOs are introverts

The majority (70 percent) of CIOs are introverts and have a tendency to get bogged down in detail, which can result in them struggling in a leadership role, a study has found. read more »

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