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Oracle to revamp schools ERP software, with an eye on Workday

Oracle Student Cloud and a new edition of PeopleSoft Campus Solutions are in the works read more »

SAP adds subscription pricing for Hana cloud services

The new options give customers more flexible ways to use the in-memory computing platform, SAP says read more »

Majority of ERP software projects still over time and budget, survey finds

Organizational issues are cited as the top culprit for late projects, according to Panorama Consulting's new report read more »

Bitcoin bank Flexcoin shuts down after massive theft

Some $600,000 worth of bitcoins were stolen from the site read more »

Outsourcing customers must be prepared for service disruption in Ukraine

Dual provider strategy should be put in place, says analyst read more »

Prospect of war in Ukraine raises concerns over outsourcing industry

Customers "worried" over repercussions of conflict with Russia read more »

Auditor: Warning signs in massive, Accenture-led Oracle ERP project

Project costs have ballooned to more than US$670 million read more »

Carillion signs £60m ten year IT services and BPO deal with Wipro

Construction giant sees partnership opportunities with Indain outsourcer read more »

Lincolnshire Council selects Serco for £70m IT deal despite ongoing controversy

replacing Mouchel as the incumbent and beatING Agilisys to the deal read more »

Oracle merging its marketing software into a tighter-knit suite

The vendor has built up its Marketing Cloud through a series of acquisitions read more »

Oracle, Rimini Street both claim victory after judge's ruling on copyright

The long-running dispute over third-party support services still doesn't have a trial date read more »

BBC puts £285m transition period down to ‘several unforeseen circumstances’

The broadcaster revealed last week that it will be breaking up its £2bn Atos contract by 2017 read more »

BBC prepares for break up of £2bn Atos contract in 2015

The broadcaster is moving towards a new service tower model to take advantage of 'best of breed' read more »

Capgemini creates new service line to target the digital enterprise

It will be consolidating its digital assets, capabilities and intellectual property into one new offering read more »

BBC’s evidence to MPs on failed Digital Media Initiative brought into question

Director of Operations Dominic Coles last week explained the ongoing costs to the PAC read more »

CIOs still in control of most IT spending, Forrester says

While business units are slowly gaining more influence in IT purchasing, CIOs should embrace this, according to the analyst firm read more »

Socitm: Public sector ICT business has become less attractive to suppliers

IT managers are implementing shorter contracts and asking suppliers to take on more of the risk read more »

ONS hopes to buy from SMES for upcoming £30m ICT framework

The department believes that IT is becoming more imperative to supporting its challenges read more »

Edinburgh prepares to exit 15 year-BT partnership with new £2bn contract

The council is looking for a partner to provide innovative solutions and a flexible approach read more »

Ex-network engineer faces prison after admitting he sabotaged employer's system

Ricky Joe Mitchell deleted EnerVest's phone accounts and backup data after learning he was about to be fired read more »

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