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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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UK outstrips US and Europe in online sales shows Forrester figures

UK online retail sales are outstripping those seen in the US by percentage of all retail sales, according to analyst Forrester, and the UK is making up the lion's share of the total European online sales being generated. read more »

De Beers makes its global communications sparkle with BT

The De Beers Group has signed a six-year £22 million global networking and IT services contract with BT to more efficiently link up its diamond mining and administration sites. read more »

Luxury beauty brand makes up lost e-commerce ground with cloud platform

La prairie, the luxury Swiss beauty brand, has adopted a new cloud-based e-commerce platform to aid its global growth. read more »

Unified Patent Court gets support from IP execs although boards slow to react

Most executives tasked with protecting intellectual property support the new Unified Patent Court (UPC) in Europe, according to research from international legal firm Allen & Overy. read more »

Financial Conduct Authority promises 'easier' regulation for new technology services

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) says it wants to make easier for financial technology startups to meet regulatory requirements. read more »

University of Strathclyde partners with Capita on education technology debates

The University of Strathclyde and IT outsourcer Capita have launched a series of education technology debates. read more »

Thames Water to standardise on Motion tablets for field service

Thames Water Utilities is to standardise on the Motion F5te tablet PC for its above ground asset management, maintenance and field service operations. read more »

Welsh school kids 'disadvantaged' by English ICT curriculum change

School kids in Wales may be left behind in digital education once the new ICT curriculum starts in England in September, reports the BBC. read more »

London cabbies to 'gridlock' London roads in protest at Uber smartphone app

Transport for London (TfL) has asked the High Court to make a decision on whether a smartphone taxi app is breaking the law, as it faces a demo on London's roads by angry black cab drivers, which it licenses. read more »

Network Rail awards first traffic management contracts, worth over £30m

Network Rail has awarded the first contracts for a new nationwide traffic management system for the UK railways. read more »

Keep out the 'bad' mobile apps to defend corporate data says Gartner

Although security breaches originating from mobile devices are rare, says analyst Gartner, they will continue to be mainly caused by mobile application misconfiguration. read more »

Royal Hospital Chelsea rolls out Ruckus Wireless network

London's Chelsea Pensioners now have WiFi thanks to a new wireless network installed at their 17th century hospital. read more »

NHS deploys electronic invoicing platform to improve payment processes

NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS) has deployed an electronic invoice management system, to help handle 30,000 NHS invoices it processes every day. read more »

Zurich Insurance signs CSC desktop support deal for 50,000 users

Zurich Insurance signs CSC desktop support deal for 50,000 users read more »

Britvic juices up business planning with cloud-based Anaplan system

Britvic Soft Drinks is using a cloud-based business planning and execution platform for finance, sales and operations, to support the way it plans and manages customer trade terms. read more »

Google relies on machine learning to improve data centre efficiency

Google says it has developed new ways to make its vast data centres more energy efficient. read more »

Milton Keynes to get UK's first city-wide Internet of Things network

Milton Keynes Council, the Open University and BT are among organisations planning to build the UK's first city-wide, open access demonstration network for machine to machine (M2M) communications and the Internet of Things (IoT). read more »

Chinese government threatens IBM's bank server business with shut out

The Chinese government wants domestic banks to remove their IBM servers and replace them with a locally made brand. read more »

London police unit closes down file-sharing website FileCrop

The UK Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) has shut down file-hosting search site FileCrop. read more »

Civica acquires housing specialist Keystone Asset Management Solutions

Outsourcer Civica has acquired housing software specialist Keystone Asset Management Solutions. read more »


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