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BlackBerry shocks with Q4 profit but can't stop sales slide

BlackBerry shocks with Q4 profit but can't stop sales slide

BlackBerry surprised Wall Street by getting its bottom line back into the black in the fourth quarter, but sales shrunk significantly again, putting in question CEO John Chen's assertion that the company's turnaround is on track. read more »


Police ICT Company finally up and running

Group to coordinate and oversee police forces’ tech spend now operating, 32 months after launch read more »

Toshiba announces industry's densest 3D flash memory

Toshiba announced a flash memory chip that stacks 48 transistors vertically, improving density over previous industry leaders like Samsung. read more »

New Unit4 platform promises 'self-driving' ERP

Product taps predictive analytics and machine learning to help minimize administrative burden read more »

MoD awards CGI support deal for artillery fire control app

CGI promises to halve size and weight of handheld computers and improve app’s safety and accuracy read more »

SDN vulnerability forced OpenDaylight to focus on security

The SDN project now has a security response team to quickly handle new vulnerability reports read more »

Cisco patches autonomic networking flaws in IOS routers and switches

The flaws could allow attackers to gain limited access over affected devices or to disrupt their normal operation read more »

E-commerce companies face EU antitrust probe

A broad probe into Europe's e-commerce sector will show whether companies are restricting cross-border purchases read more »

British shirtmaker Hilditch and Key replaces spreadsheet 'guesswork' with SAP’s Business ByDesign

New website has allowed traditional tailoring and manufacturing firm to serve international clientele read more »

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Parliament to spend £200,000 a year on iPads and laptops for MPs

Parliament to spend £200,000 a year on iPads and laptops for MPs

Each of the 650 MPs will receive an Apple iPad Air 2 and a laptop when they return after the election in May read more »

The Entertainer toy shop uses Rackspace to support rollout of click and collect

Using a scalable cloud infrastructure allows the retailer to support seasonal peaks in demand read more »

Premier Foods places people management in the cloud with SAP’s SuccessFactors

SAP bought SuccessFactors in 2011 read more »

Government slams brakes on £154 million rural payments system

System is one of the biggest of the 25 ‘digital exemplar’ transaction services GDS is responsible for redesigning read more »

Ladbrokes digital boss Jim Mullen named as new CEO

Mullen's replacement of outgoing Richard Glynn is a rare example of an executive with an IT background taking the reigns at a major UK firm read more »

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More IT contractors report pay rises than cuts

IT contractors’ confidence in the market also expected to push pay above 2009 peak later this year

Oracle customises project management for lines of business

Government, financial services and construction are all getting custom project management software packages from Oracle

More than half of all IE users face patch axe in 10 months

IE 6,7 and 8 users face a support retirement deadline that Microsoft unexpectedly announced last August.

Facebook sued for alleged theft of data centre design

UK-based BladeRoom Group says Facebook stole its design for prefabricated data centres

Queen’s University Belfast given £5 million to expand cyber security centre

Funding part of major £38 million, five-year expansion programme

AstraZeneca to open clinical trial data through online portal next year

Will open up clinical trial data through EU portal and on its websites in 2016

Barclays, PayPal and Royal Mail named as new GOV.UK Verify providers

There are now nine suppliers who can check citizens' identity to enable them to use government's online services

Premier Foods places people management in the cloud with SAP’s SuccessFactors

SAP bought SuccessFactors in 2011

Microsoft: Office will be free for devices under 10 inches

Microsoft says screens smaller than 10 inches aren't used by 'professionals,' so don't expect it to charge for Office documents.

Hutchison puts up £10bn for O2, BT aggressively targets mobile consumers

Hutchison on track to be UK’s largest mobile player, BT leverages £12.7bn EE buy out

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