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Antony Savvas

Antony Savvas


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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Dulux paints glowing picture of IT upgrade

Dulux paint maker AkzoNobel says it has improved customer service with new in-store technologies at its Dulux Decorator Centre stores network, replacing legacy in-store computers and printers to ensure standardisation. read more »

Basildon council deploys Microsoft Dynamics CRM to help cut costs

Basildon Borough Council has deployed the Microsoft Dynamics CRM platform as part of its strategic "Customer Experience Programme". read more »

Ladbrokes moves a step closer to providing single gaming wallet to punters

Ladbrokes says it has successfully re-launched its casino gaming offering with the introduction of Playtech’s full range of products across its digital platform. read more »

UK ahead of the global pack in technology venture capital growth

Global investment in financial-technology ventures has more than tripled from $928 million in 2008 to $2.97 billion (£1.78 billion) in 2013, with the UK winning a rapidly growing slice, according to Accenture research. read more »

University service desks lead field on BYOD says report

University service desks are said to be ahead of the game when it comes to managing "bring your own device" (BYOD) schemes, according to research. read more »

Public sector procurement: Buyers and suppliers could do better says OFT

The Office of Fair Trading has "found scope for improvement" in the purchase and supply of public sector IT services. read more »

Highways Agency extends IPL roadside IT services contract

The Highways Agency has extended a roadside IT services contract it had with IPL by a further two years, in a deal worth £500,000. read more »

MPs and Lords appointed to champion IT skills and jobs growth

A group of MPs and Lords have agreed to become the first "Digital Industries Ambassadors" through e-skills UK, the employer-led body responsible for the UK’s technology skills. read more »

SAP to only use 'green' data centres to service growing cloud business

SAP plans to power all its data centres and facilities globally with 100 percent renewable electricity, starting from this year. read more »

BT replaces Vodafone with EE to provide mobile services to companies

BT has signed a multi-year mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) contract with EE, formerly replacing Vodafone as an infrastructure partner. read more »

Government offers £10m superfast broadband fund for remote areas

The government is offering telecoms suppliers a £10 million fund to help test and deliver "innovative" superfast broadband technologies to remote communities. read more »

Travis Perkins cuts costs and increases vehicle safety with telematics

Construction supplier Travis Perkins says a new vehicle telematics system from Masternaut has helped it cut costs and significantly increase safety across the business, reducing accident figures over a five year period. read more »

O2 invests £500,000 in tech skills for young people

O2 says it's investing £500,000 in digital skills for young people. read more »

Vatican brings in NTT to help digital archiving of files

The Vatican has brought in Japan's NTT DATA to help digitally archive the manuscripts of the Vatican Apostolic Library. read more »

Inmarsat bolsters CRM with Outbox

Inmarsat has brought in Outbox Group to bolster its customer relationship management systems. read more »

East Lancs medical group moves IT into the cloud

East Lancashire Medical Services (ELMS) has brought in InTechnology Managed Services to deliver a cloud-based IT infrastructure to help improve its service to patients. read more »

Open University unveils new Masters in digital forensics

The Open University has unveiled its new Masters qualification in Computing which includes a new modules for corporate digital forensics. read more »

Top firms admit application support is failing their operations

Fortune 2000 organisations could save $6.8 billion (£4.1 billion) through improved application support and maintenance, according to research. read more »

TechUK calls for BBC to be 'technology neutral'

Industry technology association TechUK has called on the BBC to include shaping its new remit around the digital industries. read more »

Government's Skills Funding Agency adopts agile software development

The government's Skills Funding Agency (SFA) says it is taking an agile software development approach to deliver the data collection systems required for the 2014 to 2015 funding year. read more »

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