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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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15 free apps to boost your Microsoft Excel and Word productivity in Windows 10

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Salesforce customers should prepare for price increases after 2017, analyst warns

Salesforce will soon come under pressure to return profit to shareholders - how can customers prepare for the likelihood of price increases and more aggressive sales tactics? read more »

Windows 10 PCs: 7 new hardware technologies to look for

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The 2015 Anita Borg Institute's 12 companies that help women in IT to succeed

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Top 10 UK cities where people in tech want to work

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Mike Lynch to sue HP for £100m over Autonomy smear campaign

The former management of Autonomy announced today they will file claims against HP for loss and damage caused by false and negligent statements made against them by HP on 20 November 2012 and in HP’s subsequent 'smear campaign' read more »

More IT contractors report pay rises than cuts

The research, conducted by contractor services provider SJD Accountancy, has found that 24.5 percent of IT contractors are reporting an increase in their daily rates. This is compared to 12.6 percent who are experiencing pay reductions. read more »

Barclays, PayPal and Royal Mail named as new GOV.UK Verify providers

Barclays, GB Group, Morpho, PayPal and Royal Mail will join existing suppliers, the Post Office, Experian, Digidentity and Verizon, as providers of identity checking services for citizens accessing government’s digital service read more »

Tescos online director joins notonthehighstreet as CEO

Belsham has held a number of roles at Tesco. For the last three months, as online director, he was responsible for the strategy and operation of all Tesco’s online businesses, including groceries, clothing and general merchandise. read more »

6 UK online companies whose dotcom bubbles burst

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The Entertainer toy shop uses Rackspace to support rollout of click and collect

The hybris solution based on Rackspace infrastructure, which the retailer worked with consultancy Conexus to implement, enabled it to launch a responsive website design to optimise the user experience across mobile devices, as well as a same-day click and collect service. read more »

Budget 2015: Government misses opportunity to boost technology skills

While chancellor George Osborne announced a number of measures yesterday to support the technology industry - including investment in Internet of Things, driverless cars, broadband infrastructure, tech incubators and the fintech sector - progress cannot be made in these areas without the talent to support it, according to the IT industry. read more »

Budget 2015: Osborne puts UK economys hopes into Internet of Things and smart cities

“We’ll invest in what is known as the Internet of Things. This is the next stage of the information revolution, connecting up everything from urban transport to medical devices to household appliances,” he said today in his budget announcement. read more »

Best of the best: everywoman in Technology awards winners revealed

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Google Graveyard

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Morrisons seeks cost savings with sales-based ordering after reporting £792m loss

Morrisons is targeting cost savings of £1 billion over three years. During 2014/15, it said that it had delivered £224 million of this target. Ongoing development of its IT platform, including the first SBO trials, is part of its cost-saving efforts, Morrisons said. read more »

Three suffers payment systems glitch after upgrade work overruns

The problem has left Three customers unable to view their account details, top up, or renew monthly ‘add-ons’. read more »

10 unlikely UK companies searching for more tech talent than Google

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Top 10 UK companies on the hunt for tech talent

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Fashion retailer Fat Face improves customers digital experience with responsive website

Clothes retailer Fat Face has seen huge commercial gains, and reduced costs, after introducing a Netsuite-based responsive digital platform read more »

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