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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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Citizens can ask for their web histories to be deleted says court in Google case

The European Union Court of Justice has demanded that Google should delete search engine results on individuals. read more »

HSBC offers free WiFi in branches to encourage mobile banking

HSBC has installed free WiFi in branches around the UK to help its customers get online while they bank. read more »

Three billion internet users by the end of the year, says UN body

Figures from the ITU indicate there will be almost three billion internet users by the end of the year, two-thirds of them in the developing world. read more »

Application to person messaging takes off, shows research

Revenues from A2P (Application-to-Person) SMS messaging will be worth almost $60 billion by 2018, up from $55 billion in 2013, according to Juniper Research. read more »

BT posts flat sales and profits for the year

BT's said its year end group sales were up a modest 0.5 percent to £18.2 billion, with fourth quarter figures up 1.2 percent. read more »

Transport for London tenders for £15m service desk contract

Transport for London is tendering for an IT service desk contract worth up to £15 million. read more »

techUK supports government move to promote STEM amongst women

IT industry organisation techUK is supporting the government’s "Your Life" campaign to encourage greater participation in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) amongst women. read more »

Government looks for foreign entrepreneurs to set up in the UK

Sirius, the UK government-backed programme for international graduate entrepreneurs, has launched its next phase. read more »

Devon councils sign £1.5m customer shared services deal with Civica

South Hams District Council and West Devon Borough Council have signed a £1.5 million shared services deal with Civica. read more »

Severn Trent Water develops new leak detection technology

Severn Trent Water and Echologics have developed the LeakFinderST technology in partnership with Loughborough University. read more »

James Dyson gives Cambridge University £8m for engineering research

The James Dyson Foundation is donating £8 million to Cambridge University to create a technology hub, to provide Cambridge’s engineering students with advanced engineering laboratories. read more »

Sir Richard Branson backs IT economic recovery efforts in Ukraine

As the country crumbles, Sir Richard Branson has backed the efforts of the Ukrainian IT industry to help Ukraine recover economically. read more »

British Airways parent IAG deploys group IT optimisation system

International Airlines Group (IAG), the parent company of British Airways, Iberia and Vueling, has deployed Apptio’s IT Cost Transparency system to optimise the measurement of the cost and consumption of its enterprise IT services. read more »

Fujitsu acquires US RFID tag firm to bolster defence offering

IT services firm Fujitsu has acquired US-based GlobeRanger to help give a boost to its defence and national security business. read more »

Phones 4u offers omni-channel customer experience with hybris

Phones 4u says it is offering an omni-channel customer experience through using software from SAP company hybris software and e-commerce platform provider Portaltech Reply. read more »

Girls need more encouragement to enter IT says BCS

More encouragement will be needed to attract girls into the IT profession, according to a BCS survey. read more »

Internet of things set to shake up corporate security says Gartner

Gartner predicts that IoT (internet of things) security requirements will "reshape and expand" over half of all global enterprise IT security programmes by 2020. read more »

Accenture acquires i4C to bolster data analytics offering to firms

Accenture says it is expanding its advanced analytics offering to customers with the acquisition of Italian firm i4C Analytics read more »

UK technology firms lead on business and jobs growth shows KPMG report

Technology sector job growth and business activity is outstripping the rest of the UK economy, according to the latest KPMG/Markit Tech Monitor UK report. read more »

New Game of Thrones visual effects studio powered by Dell kit

Spin VFX, the visual effects studio for HBO's "Game of Thrones", has selected Dell to supply the IT infrastructure for its new location in Toronto. read more »

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