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SAP to cut 2,250 jobs as part of its cloud-first strategy

SAP to cut 2,250 jobs as part of its cloud-first strategy

SAP workers in Europe will be offered voluntary leave and UK, German, France and US employees will be offered early retirement packages. read more »


Microsoft unwraps Mac Office 2016 preview

Microsoft today released a preview of Office 2016 for Mac, the successor to the four-year-old Office 2011. read more »

VMware sued for alleged GPL license infractions

VMware says the lawsuit is without merit read more »

Mandarin Oriental removes malware after payment card breach

The hotel group has not identified the affected hotels read more »

Flintshire Council deploys encrypted email using Egress Switch

Security-as-a-service rolled out to 200 employees read more »

Camden Council’s Residents Index set to save 'thousands of pounds'

System helping the council to tackle fraud and intervene earlier to help vulnerable adults and children read more »

BBC and DWP launch scheme to create 5,000 digital traineeships

Young, unemployed people will be offered nine weeks of training and experience at firms across the UK read more »

DevOps will be adopted by a quarter of businesses by 2016, claims Gartner

Mainstream acceptance looms, but cultural resistance to change will be a key challenge read more »

IBM acquires AlchemyAPI to fatten Watson portfolio

AlchemyAPI offers advanced services for text mining and image recognition read more »

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Whitehall yet to tackle 'huge' sprawl of legacy IT, warns Cabinet Office minister

Whitehall yet to tackle 'huge' sprawl of legacy IT, warns Cabinet Office minister

Francis Maude claims replacing decades-old legacy systems and contracts could save £20 billion by 2020 read more »

Fashion retailer Fat Face improves customers’ digital experience with responsive website

Netsuite platform is part of the plans to give customers a seamless experience across all channels read more »

Students looking to make £2,500? GCHQ has the cyber summer school for you

No dress code but must code read more »

Virgin Media to spend £3bn expanding UK networks - if local government doesn't get in the way

Four million more premises will be connected by Virgin Media - if they are in close proximity to the current network read more »

Volvo CIO: Data privacy is now a priority alongside car security and safety

Data privacy now plays into Volvo's mission to ensure the health and wellbeing of its drivers, its CIO reveals read more »

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Microsoft's universal app platform is big play for mobile, but can it deliver?

'Write once, run everywhere' is a big promise to make

Apple postpones production of larger-display iPads

The company has delayed as it mulls over the features for the product, according to one account

Google brings app messaging to its cloud

Google Cloud Pub/Sub messaging service can tie together different components of an enterprise cloud application

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No dress code but must code

Standard Chartered promises to ‘step up’ technology investment to cut costs

Troubled lender will invest in accelerating digitisation of services

Whitehall yet to tackle 'huge' sprawl of legacy IT, warns Cabinet Office minister

Francis Maude claims replacing decades-old legacy systems and contracts could save £20 billion by 2020

China says new cybersurveillance proposal follows US security practices

The U.S. argues China's anti-terrorism law would require foreign tech businesses to hand over sensitive data to the government

Google will stop patching Chrome on Android 4.0 next month

Google plans to stop serving updates to Chrome for Android on devices running "Ice Cream Sandwich" in mid-April.

Alibaba enters US cloud market, signaling global ambitions

Alibaba's cloud business is expected to face an uphill battle in the U.S. market

Judge backs 'substantial' $415 million settlement in Silicon Valley no-hiring case

'No-poach' agreements between Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe drove down wages

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