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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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TNT Express upgrades 10,000 vehicle mobile systems

TNT Express is upgrading its in-cab mobile worker technologies across its UK-wide fleet. read more »

BCS develops new IT professional certification standard

BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, is developing a new standard which provides a recognised vendor-neutral certification for those employed in the IT profession. read more »

Loughborough University deploys new network security to enable greater data throughput

Loughborough University is deploying a new network security platform to enable greater data throughput and meet students' internet access demands. read more »

Big data leads to big bottom line growth says Nesta

Businesses can become more profitable and productive if they use their online customer data effectively, according to research from innovation foundation Nesta. read more »

BCS joins with BT to help primary school teachers with new IT curriculum

BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, is partnering with BT to help run the Barefoot Computing project, a national scheme to support primary school teachers as they start to teach the new computing curriculum. read more »

BMW deploys IBM big data analytics to improve car performance

BMW is deploying IBM big data analytics technology with the aim of improving its products, repairs and maintenance. read more »

Channel 4 CTO and cloud advocate Bob Harris to leave at end of month

Channel 4's chief technology officer Bob Harris is leaving at the end of this month to set up his own consultancy to help companies deal with disruptive technologies, like the cloud. read more »

Job prospects in telecoms continue to improve says ManpowerGroup

Hiring in the telecoms and media industries is about to increase again, according to employment services company ManpowerGroup. read more »

ICT companies facing greater insolvency threat

Information and communications companies are said to be facing a greater insolvency threat. read more »

Government to force energy companies to put QR switching codes on bills

The government says utility suppliers will be obliged to provide QR (quick response) codes on consumer energy bills to help bill-payers get "instant cross-market comparisons". read more »

National Audit Office to rip out Oracle ERP system

The National Audit Office is looking to replace its existing Oracle enterprise resource planning system. read more »

Government considers higher fines for data protection breaches

The government is considering larger fines for breaches of the Data Protection Act. read more »

Most CIOs see the cloud as the major game changer for their business

Most UK CIOs see the cloud as the major game changer for their business, according to research from outsourcer Capgemini. read more »

Birmingham Children's Hospital deploys unified comms for emergency care

Birmingham Children’s Hospital has adopted a unified communications platform to improve staff management and help deliver better care. read more »

UK manufacturers feeling 'uninspired' as they tackle technology innovation

UK manufacturing executives feel "uninspired" as they seek to use technology to get themselves out of the doldrums, according to research commissioned by manufacturing software provider Epicor Software. read more »

Thames Water brings in Accenture to intelligently monitor systems

Accenture has been selected by Thames Water to provide new ways of integrating its business systems with its operations technologies. read more »

Companies choose to sack IT staff after network outages

A fifth of large companies are sacking IT staff following network outages, according to research. read more »

IT and telecoms firms plan more apprenticeships

A quarter (24 percent) of England’s IT and telecoms firms plan to take on apprentices in the next 12 months, according to research published during this week's National Apprenticeship Week. read more »

CIOs say cost of updating mainframes has gone up a third in 18 months

The cost of updating mainframe applications has gone up almost a third (29 percent) in 18 months, according to research among CIOs and IT directors. read more »

Capgemini and Aston University jointly offer work-based IT degrees

Outsourcer Capgemini and Aston University have developed two five-year workplace degrees in software engineering and information systems. read more »


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