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Hounslow council extends revenue and benefits deal

Hounslow council extends revenue and benefits deal

Hounslow Council says its two-year £9.5 million contract extension with Liberata will see the firm automate more processes and introduce more options for citizens to self-serve. read more »

At Google I/O, the Internet of Things gets a new OS

Google is moving deeper into the world of the Internet of Things, announcing a new operating system -- Brillo -- as well as a communications layer at its Google I/O developer conference. read more »

Cloud growth boosts server sales as Lenovo looks to cash in on IBM x86 server acquisition

Lenovo focusses on enterpsie as analysts report server revenue and unit shipments up during the first three months of 2015 read more »

Equinix wins battle to acquire Telecity in £2.35bn deal

US data centre operator's bid is accepted, scuppering rival Interxion's offer read more »

Forrester: Ditch monolithic app architectures or face disruption by digital competitors

Monolithic software will not cope with demands for multi-platform, scalable apps, says Forrester analyst Michael Facemire. read more »

Salesforce makes big data analytics tool available across the enterprise

Wave for Big Data aims to open new data sources to Salesforce's Analytics Cloud read more »

IDC forecasts drop in PC and tablet shipments this year

The arrival of Windows 10 won't lead to a surge in PC sales read more »

New query language could turn log files into business insights

Tools like Splunk show the possibilities but nobody has made the analysis easy read more »

Cybersecurity now being discussed at most board meetings, survey shows

Survey of 200 US corporate directors underlines growing worries read more »

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Ministry of Defence embraces cloud apps with Office 365 move

Ministry of Defence embraces cloud apps with Office 365 move

MoD in three-year £50m Microsoft Office 365 deal read more »

Cyberattack on University of London Computing Centre causes Moodle chaos

Possible DDoS attack downed ULCC services for five hours during exam week read more »

Scottish fibre infrastructure still worries local businesses, poll finds

Broadband rated as more important than transport, taxes and housing read more »

TNT: How turnaround tools like Salesforce make a firm more buyable

Parcel firm TNT is working toward becoming 'a technology firm that delivers parcels' read more »

Can 'digital identity 3.0' fix security? New Global Identity Foundation has a big idea

Not-for-profit launches to build on work of Jericho Forum read more »

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The NHS should embrace wearable tech, says Royal Free CIO

However a ‘series of privacy issues’ must be tackled for adoption to become widespread

CA gets 'agile' with $480 million purchase of Rally

CA is deepening its portfolio of development tools and services with its purchase of Rally

CIOs must lead business innovation or lose out in ‘age of the customer’, says Forrester

‘Fail fast’ startup mentality is crucial for large firms to avoid disruption

Apache Cordova fixes flaw that could cause apps to crash

It could also cause unwanted dialog boxes to appear

Public sector must ‘force’ IT vendors to cooperate, says Leeds CIO

Suppliers must adopt open standards, open APIs and share data to support new world of ‘Government as a Platform’

Data breach costs jump 23 percent in two years, says IBM study

Average clean-up cost has now reached $3.79 million based on Ponemon Institute calculations

Government launches new Public Services Network compliance process

But trade body warns more needs to be done to encourage public bodies to share information

Online crime fuels 27 percent spike in UK identity theft

Fraud body Cifas calls for national system of fraud reporting

Update: Oracle scores in Java API copyright victory over Google

Copyrighting APIs may be legal, but will it cripple the interoperability on which the new digital revolution depends?

Government Cafcass service uses encrypted messaging for all sensitive email

Reveals use of Egress secure messaging service ongoing for nearly two years

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