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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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Pick of the week's news

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Homebase to make digital improvements using Argos investments

Home Retail Group, which owns Homebase and Argos, has revealed that the DIY business is hoping to take advantage of the digital investments that the catalogue retailer is making as part of a five-year transformation plan. read more »

Sky News virtualises news operations to meet multichannel needs

Sky News has deployed a new virtualised content delivery platform to achieve greater flexibility across its multichannel news operations. read more »

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TeenTech unveils new award categories for 2015 as this year's winners honoured

TeenTech – the industry-led initiative that helps kids to realise the potential of STEM subjects – has added a number of new categories to its 2015 awards. read more »

Key quotes from inspiring women in tech on the gender debate

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The gender debate: Female role models in IT share their inspirations and turn-offs

ComputerworldUK has spoken to some of this year's winners of the FDM everywoman in Technology Awards to find out what about the industry inspired - and nearly put them off - a career in technology, and what they believe businesses can do to grow their proportion of female staff. read more »

TalkTalk moves HR system to Workday cloud

TalkTalk has chosen to move its legacy, on-premise HR system to the cloud with Workday. read more »

CIMA launches new qualification for shared services employers

The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) has launched a new qualification for shared services employers today. read more »

Sainsburys, Asda, House of Fraser and Shop Direct to offer mobile payments in 2015

Sainsbury’s, Asda, House of Fraser, Thomas Cook and Shop Direct are just some of the big UK retail brands that have today announced they will be partnering with mobile payments provider Zapp to enable customers to pay for goods and services with their mobile devices from next year. read more »

Virgin Trains implements early threat detection tool

Virgin Trains has implemented security software that allows it to monitor its IT network and identify threats and disruption to customer service early. read more »

Accenture to recruit 150 IT staff

Accenture has announced plans to hire 150 technology people for its Newcastle delivery centre by the end of August 2015. read more »

Energy Saving Trust opens up geospatial data with Esri

Energy Saving Trust, a social enterprise that promotes energy efficiency, has been able to open up useful geospatial data to more business users by using GIS mapping software from Esri. read more »

Retailers underestimate level of IT investment outside the IT department

Retailers run more IT projects outside the IT department than CIOs dare to admit, according to retail consulting and training company Martec International. read more »

TUI Travels digital transformation helps drive 9% increase in online bookings

TUI Travel has revealed that its digital transformation project - One Mainstream - has helped to drive a nine percent increase in online bookings this summer. read more »

Sainsburys online growth slows

Sainsbury’s online business is still growing, but the rate has slowed significantly since 2012, according to the retailer’s latest trading update. read more »

New EU data protection laws could be most strict in the world in current form, says Sophos

Europe could have the strictest data protection laws in the world if the current draft of the rules are implemented, according to security IT provider Sophos. read more »

IT training provider Firebrand awards second Free Training for Life prize

Firebrand Training has named the second winner of the Free Training for Life competition as Mario Henkel, a 26-year-old IT administrator. read more »

Argos appoints Matt Hobbs head of digital engineering

Argos has appointed Matt Hobbs to the newly-created role of head of digital engineering, reporting to the retailer’s chief digital officer, Bertrand Bodson. read more »

YouView appoints Nick Thexton as CTO

On demand TV service YouView has appointed Nick Thexton as its new chief technology officer (CTO). read more »


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