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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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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 »

Marks and Spencers Christmas online trading suffers from distribution centre problems

Marks and Spencer has reported a “difficult” third quarter as it was plagued by problems at its e-commerce distribution centre, which hit its online sales hard. read more »

Sainsburys cant stop sales fall despite record Christmas online groceries shopping

In the three days to 23 December, the supermarket’s online team delivered more than 110,000 orders, Sainsbury’s said in a trading update today for its third quarter, with online sales up six percent. However, total sales were down 0.4 percent. read more »

Online shopping gives House of Fraser Christmas boost

House of Fraser reports a record Christmas trading period, which started with the US-inspired shopping phenomenon Black Friday. read more »

John Lewis breaks click and collect record over Christmas - but is hit by Black Friday

In the five weeks to 27 December - which includes Black Friday - John Lewis said that its online sales grew 19 percent, with online revenue representing 36 percent of total sales, up from 32 percent the same period last year. Over half - 56 percent - of the online sales were picked up via click and collect. read more »

ComputerworldUK 2014 round-up: The good, the bad and the ugly of the world of retail

As 2014 draws to a close, we’ve reviewed the biggest stories in retail from the last 12 months. read more »

ComputerworldUKs top 10 UK and global stories as read by you

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Amazon 1p price glitch: When automated systems go wrong

Although a boon for bargain hunters, small, independent retailers selling via online retail giant Amazon were left reeling when a software glitch priced their items at just 1p and orders were automatically dispatched from Amazon’s warehouses, costing businesses thousands of pounds. Is there such a thing as too much automation? read more »

Amazon price glitch: Top 5 most unlikely items to be worth just 1p

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Businesses prefer to cut in-house costs than challenge providers of outsourced services, survey finds

Businesses should not be afraid to challenge questionable costs they are being charged for outsourced services, as virtualisation leads to a growth in multi-vendor ecosystems. read more »

Pick of the week's news

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Sheffield Hallam University opens centre of excellence for SAP degrees

Sheffield Hallam University has established a ‘centre of excellence’ for SAP degrees aimed at equipping future SAP consultants with relevant and up-to-date skills in the business software. read more »

ASOS puts hope in technology to boost international sales

Online fashion retailer ASOS is hoping that investment in its IT platform will help to reverse a decline in international retail sales. read more »

Marks and Spencers customers face online order delays in crucial Christmas shopping period

Marks and Spencer has been forced to extend the delivery times for online orders in the critical shopping period leading up to Christmas. read more »

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