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Has the government hit its SME targets?

Despite a good headline figure, direct spending with SMEs decreased last year read more »

Why organisations need to support CPD for their IT staff

Supporting CPD for staff can help with employee retention as well as having an effect on the bottom line read more »

The end is nigh in Agile!

Agile projects need to be flexible through to their termination, in a way that is fair to both supplier and client read more »

IT projects: it’s all about the outcome

Avoid spiralling project costs by focusing on the outcomes, says The Berkeley Partnership read more »

Predicting Ebola spread with HPCs paying off

Computers predict where West Africa’s health ministry should put resources on the ground to combat Ebola read more »

Computers will struggle to support genetic research for public health services

The lack of programmers who can ensure genome sequencing HPCs can scale will hinder treatment of the masses read more »

The NSA is inside hard drive firmware - now what?

Experts agree firmware attacks are possible. But until the Equation group report nobody was worried read more »

How Yahoo shaves millions off hardware costs with Hadoop

Internet giant upping its big data strategy along with its advertising revenue to rival Facebook and Google read more »

What price Agile? How to establish the right pricing model

Intelligent use of commercial project pricing models can help build trust and encourage use of Agile, says tech lawyer read more »

The $1 billion ‘Carbanak’ bank heist - how it was done

And still the bank industry keeps quiet read more »

Big data digest: The backlash begins

Critics diagnose the limits of big data, while analysts continue to see a bright future read more »

#Unacceptable2: a speech on government IT by G-Cloud pioneer Chris Chant

A review of where government has made progress – and where it still lags behind read more »

Demystifying the government's Digital Marketplace - which Digital Services framework should suppliers be applying to?

There is a big opportunity not to be missed for suppliers to provide public sector bodies with more competitively priced cloud services read more »

Be wary of upgrading to Windows 10 as a Service, lawyers warn businesses

Microsoft licensing is complicated at the best of times. Offering Windows 10 'as a service' simply adds to the complexity read more »

Cybercrime happens - deal with it!

It's no use waiting for the law to sort it out - businesses need to act too read more »

Office for Windows 10 is not free for everyone

Microsoft will license some touch-based Office for Windows 10 apps as it does for iOS and Android but... read more »

S4/HANA: What does SAP’s next generation ERP mean for customers?

Launch billed as the biggest in the vendor's history read more »

Which UK retailers are winning the omnichannel race?

Just five percent of UK retailers can be considered as 'early adopters' in providing a seamless shopping experience to customers read more »

Government COO Stephen Kelly: ‘There are some days I’ve left here and banged my head against the wall’

But departing COO says he believes there is a digital ‘revolution’ going on in government read more »

There's something in the water: Connecting Wiltshire to the IoT

Forget Stonehenge, Wiltshire is making a name for itself as home to the smartest network in the UK read more »


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