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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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JP Morgan IT executive Canary Wharf jump was 'suicide' rules coroner

An IT executive at investment bank JP Morgan killed himself after jumping from the 32nd of the bank's London headquarters, a coroner has ruled. read more »

G4S loses third CEO in two years as Eddie Aston leaves troubled firm

Troubled security and business outsourcing firm G4S has lost its third UK CEO in two years, after its new CEO left the job after only seven months in the saddle. read more »

Morrisons aims to slash energy costs with NG Bailey technology deal

Morrisons has signed a five-year "multi-million pound" energy efficiency technology contract to extend the savings it is already making in that area. read more »

Derbyshire school deploys virtual BYOD infrastructure

Tibshelf Community School in Derbyshire has gone live with a new virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) that enables anytime, anywhere learning in school and at home. read more »

BT Openreach to recruit 1,600 new engineers

BT's Openreach broadband business is recruiting 1,600 new engineers around the UK, and is calling for more women and former armed services personnel to apply. read more »

UK and Israel join together for cyber security research

The UK government has signed a "letter of intent" with the Israeli government about joint funding for cyber research. read more »

Benders Paper Cups crunches up sales with IFS ERP system

Benders Paper Cups, Europe's only dedicated paper cup manufacturing business, has chosen IFS Applications 8 as its new ERP system to "reinvent its technology capabilities" and aid growth. read more »

Orlebar Brown deploys cloud-based NetSuite package to aid growth

Orlebar Brown, the fashion multi-channel retailer, has deployed a cloud-based NetSuite OneWorld package of software to aid growth. read more »

National Crime Agency seeks online defenders in challenge

Cyber Security Challenge UK is asking members of the public to showcase their digital skills and help investigate suspicious emails linked to a mysterious cyber-crime group. read more »

Accenture acquires Oracle integrator Enkitec

Outsourcing and consulting firm Accenture is expanding its Oracle capabilities with the acquisition of Oracle integrator Enkitec. read more »

Students trumpet tech as over half of universities need to invest more in it

The vast majority of UK students believe access to technology, such as online collaboration tools, can improve their academic success, but over half of them don't think their university's IT is up to the mark. read more »

Hilton improves charity fundraising with SaaS Blackbaud platform

The Hilton in the Community Foundation is using Blackbaud’s software-as-a-service online event fundraising platform Heroix to help grow its fundraising initiatives across Europe. read more »

Alder Hey Children's Hospital uses cloud-based project management for patient records

Alder Hey Children's Hospital is completing a new electronic patient record project with the help of the cloud-based Clarizen project management system. read more »

Intellectual property rights law is passed by parliament

The government says UK businesses will be able to better protect their intellectual property rights in the UK and abroad, as a result of the Intellectual Property Act becoming law this week. read more »

South West Water deploys Microsoft Dynamics CRM to 'transform' customer service

South West Water (SWW) says it is "transforming" customer service by using a 750-seat Microsoft Dynamics CRM system. read more »

Open API move could stem BlackBerry flight says Forrester

BlackBerry's move to open up its API for the BlackBerry 10 OS to third parties will help it stem the flight from BlackBerry devices in the corporate world, say analysts. read more »

One million more Brits use the internet says the ONS

Over one million more Brits have used the internet over the last year, taking the total to 87 percent of the population, according to the Office for National Statistics. read more »

HomeServe builds £30m single view of its customers with Pega

HomeServe has selected Pegasystems to build a new platform that will enable it to deploy a single view of all interactions with its customers and rationalise legacy systems and processes. read more »

Genesis housing association cashes in with phone payment system

London and East of England housing association Genesis is using Callpay, allpay’s phone payment management system, to speed up the way it collects rents from residents. read more »

BT may start 4G price war with new bundled mobile service

BT says it will "shake up" the mobile market when its launches its new network for businesses this year. read more »

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