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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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ICO fines online travel services firm £150,000 over exposed personal data

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined an online travel services company £150,000 over a serious breach of the Data Protection Act (DPA). read more »

Whistles CIO David Mold joins Fortnum & Mason

Fortnum & Mason has appointed David Mold as its first CIO. read more »

Dropbox hunts for country manager to build UK presence

Dropbox has revealed that it has started a search for a UK country manager as part of its push into British businesses. read more »

Credit Suisse ramps up IT simplification spend to cut costs

Credit Suisse has more than quadrupled the amount it spent on simplifying its IT architecture, as part of plans to cut nearly £3 billion in overall costs by the end of 2015. read more »

Nationwide customers suffer second online banking outage this month

Nationwide has apologised to customers for not being able to access their online banking services due to “planned maintenance” taking longer than expected. read more »

Ocado Technology launches coding resources for teachers

Ocado Technology is the latest business to get involved with preparing teachers for the new computing curriculum that comes into effect in September. read more »

Sports Direct sees online and mobile channels drive sales

Sports Direct has reported continuing growth in online revenue in its latest results, driven by investments in its main and mobile websites. read more »

London-based cyber criminal jailed over financial data fraud

A man who admitted stealing personal data online for use in fraud has been sentenced to nearly five years’ in prison. read more »

Sainsburys targets £2bn sales with IBM ecommerce platform

Sainsbury’s hopes to double its annual sales figures with a new multichannel grocery website based on IBM’s WebSphere ecommerce platform. read more »

Tesco extends IT support contract with Steria

Tesco has extended an application management and development contract with Steria by three years. read more »

ICO to publish guidance on big data

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has revealed it will soon publish data protection guidance for businesses around big data. read more »

Morrisons sells Kiddicare.com to private equity firm for £2m

Morrisons has sold its online baby goods arm Kiddicare.com to UK private equity firm Endless Capital for £2 million. read more »

HP staff vote for industrial action on jobs

HP staff who are members of the Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS), have voted to take industrial action over the company’s plans to move hundreds of jobs out of the north west of England. read more »

Turning the IT department into a service provider is tough, admits EMC

Businesses should be turning their IT functions into a provider of services to the business, but legacy infrastructure can be a significant barrier to this, according to EMC. read more »

Betfair sees profit rise after cutting IT development costs

Betfair has reported a 61 percent increase in pre-tax profits to £61.1 million, helped by reductions in its technology spend. read more »

HP appoints Paul Chapman as CIO of software

HP has appointed Paul Chapman, former VP for global infrastructure and cloud operations at VMware, as CIO of its software business. read more »

Marks & Spencers struggling new website hits sales

Marks & Spencer’s new website has contributed to an 8.1 percent fall in online sales over the past three months, the retailer reported in its latest trading update. read more »

Mike Lynch invests in medical analytics firm

Invoke Capital, the $1 billion technology fund vehicle set up by Autonomy founder Dr Mike Lynch, has revealed its latest investment, in a medical firm that uses data to diagnose genetic diseases. read more »

Tescos Clubcard creators to transform back office with Oracle cloud

Dunnhumby, the company behind Tesco’s Clubcard loyalty programme, is looking to transform its business by moving its backoffice IT systems to Oracle’s cloud-based Fusion apps. read more »

UK and Ireland regulators investigate Facebook over mood experiment

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has said it will be questioning Facebook about privacy issues around the social network’s controversial mood experiment. read more »

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