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Antony Savvas

Antony Savvas

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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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Bestival music event brings in Six Degrees to support web infrastructure

The upcoming Bestival music event on the Isle of Wight has announced that Six Degrees Group (6DG) will be underpinning the event’s 2014 website with "a resilient and secure hosting infrastructure". read more »

European Union hires Atos consortium to enhance Schengen Information System

The European Agency for Large-Scale IT Systems (eu-LISA) has awarded a consortium of Atos, Accenture and HP a framework contract to maintain and enhance the European Union's second-generation Schengen Information System (SIS II). read more »

Enterprises claim to be ready for the Internet of Things despite their full networks

Most enterprises say they are "prepared" for the Internet of Things (IoT), although the majority admit their current network is at full capacity before millions of smart devices are connected together to form the IoT, according to research. read more »

Half of companies to hire more IT pros in coming months

Almost half of employers are looking to hire more IT professionals in the second half of the year, according to a major recruitment agency. read more »

UK unveils interoperability standard for Internet of Things

A consortium of more than 40 UK-based technology companies seeking to accelerate a widespread move to the Internet of Things (IoT) has agreed on a new open IoT specification. read more »

Companies to increase mobile spend in response to flexible working law

Employers are set to adopt more mobile technology solutions as greater numbers of staff request flexible working, as a new law comes into force today. read more »

BT apologises over major weekend broadband outage

BT broadband customers across the UK were not able to access major websites on Saturday. read more »

ICO gives firms warning on Google Glass use

The Information Commissioner's Office has warned companies about the data protection and privacy issues related to using wearable technologies such as Google Glass - which has been given an official launch in the UK. read more »

BBC plans UHD broadcasting trial for Commonwealth Games

BBC Research and Development will broadcast parts of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games live in Ultra-High Definition (UHD) at a public showcase, following similar BBC trials during the current World Cup in Brazil. read more »

EE adds another 14 towns to its ever expanding 4G network

EE is expanding its 4G mobile data network to another 14 towns across the UK. read more »

CIOs outsource mainframe app development to meet compliance needs

CIOs are increasingly outsourcing mainframe application development and testing to overcome compliance challenges, according to research. read more »

Most IT pros feel neglected as firms fail to integrate IT with business

Almost three quarters of IT professionals (72 percent) "feel under-appreciated" in the workplace, with many companies also failing to properly integrate IT with the business, according to research. read more »

EE completes upgrade of core network to better manage 4G data demands

Mobile operator EE has completed the migration to a new national IP/MPLS core network which underpins the delivery of its faster 4G data services. read more »

University of Cambridge claims 'fastest' supercomputer for telescope project

The University of Cambridge (UoC) has expanded its partnership with Dell to help build what it claims is the UK’s "fastest" academic supercomputer. read more »

Steria wins £6m SAP cloud contract to support UK energy market reform

Outsourcer Steria has won a six-year £6 million contract to build and run a new settlement system for the UK energy sector. read more »

Fiat-Chrysler brings in Accenture to drive EMEA telematics offering

Accenture is working with the Fiat-Chrysler Group to develop the next range of connected services for its Uconnect systems in the EMEA region. read more »

Leeds NHS trust improves patient data management with InterSystems

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust is using a data management and data analytics system to improve its operations. read more »

Three-quarters of IT heads can't find the staff with the right skills

Three-quarters (74 percent) of IT leaders have experienced difficulty recruiting staff with the necessary skills and experience they require, according to research. read more »

Cambridge gets free WiFi in time for Le Tour

A year-long trial of a new free WiFi network is being launched today by Connecting Cambridgeshire and The University of Cambridge. read more »

UK Atomic Weapons Establishment deploys three supercomputers for Trident

The UK Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) has deployed three SGI supercomputers to improve the development and maintenance of nuclear warheads. read more »


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