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Antony Savvas

Antony Savvas

Biography

York, UK-based Antony Savvas has been a technology journalist for well over 20 years and has expertise in all major areas of enterprise and consumer IT.

He has worked for a number of leading technology magazines and websites and his work is syndicated across the internet.

He is an established news and news analysis contributor to ComputerworldUK.com and also undertakes corporate work for some of the world's leading technology companies.

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IT contractors more confident about pay rates and opportunities says giant

IT contractors are feeling more confident about both pay and opportunities, according to a study by giant group. read more »

Royal Mail delivers parcels API to ease tracking systems integration for e-retailers

Royal Mail has launched a new parcel shipping and tracking platform to enable e-retailers to improve integration between their IT systems and Royal Mail's software. read more »

Socitm wants centrally funded 'Local Government Digital Service' to spur online transformation

A centrally-funded Local Government Digital Service is needed to truly transform online local government, says council IT managers' association Socitm. read more »

East Midlands Ambulance Service loses patient data again

The East Midlands Ambulance Service has lost a data storage device containing 42,000 patient report forms - the second time it has lost sensitive patient data in three years. read more »

Monitise and IBM join forces to offer cloud-based mobile payment platform

IBM is combining the Monitise mobile payments system to its professional services offering via the cloud. read more »

Vue cinema group hires Retail Assist for international IT support

Cinema chain Vue Entertainment has again turned to retail technology specialist Retail Assist to provide IT support across its 82-strong international cinema estate, with a five-year contract renewal. read more »

Iberia moves to paperless cockpits with Lufthansa Systems' iPad apps

Iberia, Spain’s largest airline, is to use Lido aeronautical systems from Lufthansa Systems for flight operations. read more »

Scottish government hands Virgin Media Business fixed calls deal

The Scottish government has signed a fixed call deal with Virgin Media Business through its fixed telephony services framework, allowing public sector organisations across the country to benefit from "major cost savings". read more »

Isle of Wight turns on first rural superfast broadband street cabinet

The Isle of Wight has turned on the first superfast fibre broadband cabinet as part of a rural broadband deal between the council and BT. read more »

Betfair deploys new anti-fraud system from Sphonic

Online betting and gaming company Betfair is using Sphonic’s identity and risk management solution, which will be used to help prevent fraud. read more »

Android winning hands down over iOS among developers says Forrester

Most mobile developers prefer the Android OS over the Apple iOS for iPhones and iPads, despite Apple being first to market, says analyst Forrester. read more »

Capita, Microsoft and analyst house join forces to 'debunk cloud myths'

Outsourcer Capita is hosting a series of free seminars for the public sector to help "debunk myths surrounding the use of cloud technology". read more »

The Car Finance Company deploys a cloud-based contact centre

The Car Finance Company has deployed a cloud-based customer service centre from Interactive Intelligence. read more »

Three expands Ireland mobile network with Nokia

Three has given Nokia Networks a chunk of a €300 million project to upgrade its Ireland mobile network, after acquiring O2's mobile business in the country earlier this year. read more »

Raspberry Pi coding competition for schools launched by PA Consulting

PA Consulting Group has launched its third annual programming challenge for pupils and students, this time around the Raspberry Pi. read more »

More data scientists wanted for SAS energy analytics competition

Extra data scientists are being encouraged to join the 100-plus already taking part in a UK and Ireland data science competition. read more »

EE customers get 4G data access in 14 more countries

EE mobile customers can now get superfast 4G access in 14 more countries, although corporate users will have to wait. read more »

City of London Police brings in Kaspersky to train officers to tackle cybercrime

City of London Police has enlisted internet security expert Kaspersky Lab to help train its officers to tackle all levels of cybercrime. read more »

Telefónica and Brocade improve carrier network performance with virtualised software defined networking

Telefónica and Brocade have partnered to help the mobile communications group to improve network performance using software defined networking. read more »

Big increase in UK online sales tracked by IMRG Capgemini

The latest figures from the IMRG Capgemini e-Retail Sales Index reveal that UK online sales are back on track following a poor end to the half year. read more »


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