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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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Danone puts HR in cloud with SAP's SuccessFactors

Danone is putting its human capital management (HCM) in the cloud with SAP subsidiary SuccessFactors. read more »

Third of charities unable to claim Gift Aid after online system made compulsory

Up to around 20,000 charitable organisations currently can't claim their Gift Aid payments after the introduction of a compulsory online system. read more »

Places for People virtualises workforce with Citrix mobile cloud system

Not-for-profit property management and development company Places for People has virtualised its workforce with a desktop and mobile working plaform from Citrix. read more »

Sanger genome research data centre set to double data throughput again

The Wellcome Trust’s Sanger Institute for genome research is upgrading its network with more computer power to cope with data crunching demands. read more »

UK economy loses £30bn in growth through 'connectivity deficit' at large firms

Around £30 billion is being lost by the UK economy due to a "connectivity deficit" among Britain's large businesses and public sector organisations, according to research. read more »

Capita acquires resource planning provider Retain International

Outsourcer Capita has acquired Retain International, a provider of resource planning, scheduling and management software. read more »

£100m Nursing Technology Fund sees over 220 NHS trusts apply

NHS England has received over 220 applications from 140 health trusts around the country bidding for part of the previously announced £100m Nursing Technology Fund. read more »

BCS gets £18,000 to develop 'unconscious bias training' for IT pros

BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, says it will "address the gender, ethnicity and disability gap affecting the IT profession". read more »

Chatham House overcomes outages with DataCore storage virtualisation

Chatham House, home of the Royal Institute of International Affairs global think tank, has solved its data network problems with a virtualisation system from DataCore. read more »

UK firms fail to make cyber security a priority

Just 17 percent of UK business leaders see cyber security as a major priority, compared to 41 percent in the US, according to BT research. read more »

HMRC changes systems to cope with RTI as fines suspended

HM Revenue and Customs is changing the systems it uses to support its Real Time Information (RTI) system, and is delaying fining employers who don't fully adopt the replacement PAYE system. read more »

North West digital firms lack skilled staff and turn down work

Almost a third of digital businesses in the North West have had to turn down business as a result of a lack of resources. read more »

GSMA opposes US and European governments on mobile spectrum allocation

The sharing of new mobile broadband wireless spectrum bands in the future among different operators will not generate enough cash for economies, according to a report commissioned by the mobile operators' trade body. read more »

Microsoft unveils six-monthly updates to Microsoft Dynamics GP

Microsoft has revealed its product development roadmap over the coming year for the Microsoft Dynamics GP (MSDYNGP) mid-market accounting and ERP software. read more »

World bank IT spending to hit £117bn this year

Total bank IT spending across North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region will grow to $188 billion (£117 billion) in 2014, an increase of around 4.4 percent over 2013, according to research. read more »

Hartlepool Council signs another ICT outsourcing deal with Northgate

Hartlepool Council has signed another IT outsourcing contract with Northgate, with the council saying the deal will save it £1 million a year, although the value of the deal to Northgate has so far not been revealed. read more »

London & Capital moves financial data into the cloud

London & Capital, the investment adviser and asset manager, has outsourced its onsite legacy tape-based data backup function to a cloud-based system managed by Oncore IT. read more »

EY makes senior cybercrime appointments

EY (Ernst & Young) has boosted its forensic cybercrime team with two senior appointments. read more »

Misys acquires digital channel specialist IND

Banking systems specialist Misys has completed the acquisition of digital channel solutions provider IND Group. read more »

Dental firm GC Europe moves data centre into the cloud with Interoute

International dental care manufacturer GC Europe has moved its data centre into the cloud with Interoute. read more »


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