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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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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 »

Best of the enterprise women in IT: Meet the everywoman in Technology Awards finalists

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10 free apps to boost your Microsoft Excel and Word 2013 productivity

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Be wary of upgrading to Windows 10 as a Service, lawyers warn businesses

Microsoft's announcement of a new delivery method for its Windows 10 operating system is, so far, clear as mud when it comes to licensing for enterprise customers. Businesses are advised to proceed with caution. read more »

O2 offers government and charities £100 credit to buy new 4G tablets

Under the terms of the £10-a-month deal, customers get the £100 connection credit to go towards the purchase of a new tablet, 4G data-only connection and 5GB of data per user per month. read more »

Google Graveyard

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5 IT jobs expected to have the biggest pay rises in 2015

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Ocado plans to grow its technology team by nearly a third this year

Ocado wants to hire more technology staff this year to support its ongoing operations and the international rollout of its proprietary retail platform, Ocado Smart Platform. read more »

Which UK retailers are winning the omnichannel race?

The majority of retailers in the UK are just starting the omnichannel journey, but, 131-year-old Marks and Spencer is up there with the likes of Apple and Burberry, ahead of IT darling John Lewis, according to retail technology expert Dan Hartveld. read more »

Online groceries retailer Ocado cancels hundreds of orders due to warehouse operational issues

Ocado, which processes over 150,000 orders a week, claims to have the most automated grocery fulfilment centres in the world read more »

AirAsia crash investigators looking into possible computer glitch

An outage in the plane's Flight Augmentation Computers could not have directly caused the crash,but a failure would force pilots to rely on their manual flying skills under intense pressure and difficult circumstances. read more »

UK Oracle User Group CEO James Haslam resigns

The UK Oracle User Group has announced that its CEO James Haslam is stepping down. He leaves after 19 years with the independent body. read more »

Microsoft Windows 10 launch: Will it be relevant in todays enterprise environment?

End users including Home Retail Group and Cancer Research UK's IT lead question whether there is a need for a single, overarching OS in today’s multiplatform and virtualised world read more »

The curse of online retail: 6 great price glitches

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Debenhams online and multichannel investments pay off over Christmas period

Online now represents nearly 20 percent of Debenhams’ UK business, with 44 percent of online sales made from mobile devices. read more »

CES 2015: 5 need-to-know issues for the enterprise

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Ted Baker sees Christmas online sales rise 66%

E-commerce sales boost overall sales, which grew 23 percent in the 8 weeks to 3 January 2015 read more »

Tesco plans sale of Clubcard data company dunnhumby

The UK’s largest supermarket chain is selling off significant assets in its efforts to turnaround the business, following profit warnings and a major financial misstatement last year. It has started with the sale of Tesco Broadband and film streaming service Blinkbox to ISP TalkTalk today, in a deal estimated to be worth £5 million. read more »

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