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Matthew Finnegan

Matthew Finnegan

Biography

Matthew Finnegan joined ComputerworldUK in January 2013, having spent two years writing for tech news titles including TechEye and ChannelBiz.

Before employment as a technology journalist, Matthew worked for the special advisers to the secretary of state at the Department for Education. Prior to this he studied English Literature at the University of Westminster.

Matthew's main areas of focus at ComputerworldUK include financial services and retail sector IT projects. He is also interested in data centres, cloud computing and virtualisation.

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Standard Chartered promises to step up technology investment to cut costs

Chief executive Peter Sands looks to technology to support cost cutting plans read more »

10 cleanest and greenest data centres in the world

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RBS losses shrink as IT transformation continues

Troubled bank's losses fall from £8.9 billion to £3.5 billion as major IT transformation plans at RBS continue. read more »

2-in-1s: Top 5 laptop hybrids fighting their way into the enterprise

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Laptops, tablets and smartwatches: The evolution of mobile computing

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HSBC whistleblower claims major IT issues left Swiss division exposed to fraud

The whistleblower at the centre of allegations that HSBC helped private banking clients evade tax has claimed that the bank’s Swiss division had experienced IT issues that left it open to fraud. read more »

Telecity Group eyes cloud expansion with Interxion merger

Interxion CEO will lead integration of two companies for next 12 months. read more »

Shop Direct signs 10-year IBM Softlayer hybrid cloud deal

Shop Direct spreads its cloud spending after already investing in Amazon Web Services. read more »

Analysis: BT must ramp up enterprise services to make EE deal work for business

Everything Everywhere acquisition will make it easier for corporate customers to procure mobile services, and could open the doors to IoT and M2M applications read more »

Tesco Bank's online glitch fixed after two-day outage

Challenger bank apologises after customers blocked from accessing accounts online and via mobile devices read more »

Santander to take on tech firms with cloud storage service

Spanish banks seeks to address growing threat from technology firms read more »

Allied Irish Banks strikes outsourcing deal with Wipro

Contract reportedly worth £100 million will see 130 staff move to service provider read more »

Government consults on bank data-sharing plans

Call for evidence seeks views on open data plans read more »

How to migrate from Windows Server 2003 successfully

The end-of-life of Windows XP may still be a recent memory, but IT departments must now be ready for another major migration milestone – it is only six months until Microsoft ends support for its popular Windows server 2003 operating system. read more »

Cambridge University turns to Intel Xeon Phi chips to meet growing high performance computing demands

University is investing £20 million in new HPC data centre read more »

Tech firms biggest job cuts - in numbers

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Online banking booms with older generation, claims BBA report

More than 2.2 million people over 70 are now registered for online banking read more »

Oracle shareholders protest against Larry Ellisons 'excessive' pay

Railpen in the UK, and PGGM of the Netherlands file letter with the SEC read more »

Monitise goes up for sale as business transition falters

Mobile banking software firm announces strategic review of business and transition to subscription payment model falters. read more »

European Space Agency deploys private cloud with Red Hat

ESA staff require high availability of IT resources for critical applications read more »


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