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Department of Health awards NHSmail contract to Accenture and Avanade

Cloud-based email service will be available to 700,000 NHS staff read more »

Airline IT giant Amadeus buys Accenture's Navitaire for $839m; reveals big data architecture

Amadeus is working on creating Cassandra-based big data streaming for its business intelligence unit read more »

TNT continues outsourcing drive with five-year Accenture BPO deal

Logistics firm will deliver savings though business process outsourcing deal read more »

UK trails US, Canada, Oz and Sweden for female entrepreneurship

Only three percent of US startups with female CEOs received venture capital funding in 2014 read more »

Cisco's $635 million OpenDNS buy part of security services push

Provider bought for web filtering and malware protection services read more »

Nissan shuns cloud for physical communications infrastructure

Car industry is seeing huge developments in bringing customer service closer to the car dashboard read more »

UK schools connectivity barriers ‘disappointing’ but tablets on the rise in the classroom

Nearly half of UK schools reporting poor connectivity which could hamper their students' digital skills read more »

Adopting public cloud in AstraZeneca took some 'risk balancing'

Pharmaceutical firm uses cloud-based tools to garner innovation - which outweighs security risks, its senior architect says read more »

Waitrose invests in APIs to create apps that blend in-store and online shopping

British grocer is turning to APIs to create personalised apps for customers read more »

BMW: ‘Our competitor is not Audi, Jaguar Land Rover or Mercedes but consumer electronics players’

BMW is internalising formerly outsourced IT operations to get better control of its digital footprint read more »

Leading nations and telecos urge Europe to tread carefully on its Google and IP crackdown

UK warns Europe the 'Digital Single Market' will not thrive if digital barriers are widened read more »

Google's foes have four weeks to comment on antitrust charges

The European Commission has sent complainants a redacted version of the antitrust charges it intends to bring against Google read more »

UK's United Utilities brings its compliance, risk and fraud monitoring up to speed with SAP

Firm has automated governance, risk and compliance monitoring read more »

Bing will encrypt all search traffic using HTTPS this summer

Microsoft fnally gets its act together on search security read more »

Data analysis eases EDF’s customer complaint issues following troubled SAP migration

EDF Energy analysts have seen 150-200 hours reduction in pushing reports to management thanks to QlikView read more »

Surveillance programme to cost US tech firms 'more than $35 billion'

Backlash from Snowden leaks is hitting the tech economy. FBI snooping demands won't help read more »

3D printing gets a boost as major design software vendor partners with printer firm

PTC Creo will work with Stratasys 3D printers read more »

John McAfee: 'Vendors and consultants are trying to imagine what hackers are doing rather than hacking themselves'

John McAfee says many in the security business do not have the skills to protect corporations or governments read more »

Housing services firm swaps EMC for Tintri storage due to ‘expensive’ maintenance costs

Retirement housing and care provider able to set up secondary disaster recovery site with savings made read more »

Why 'massive' US data hack will have ramifications for the UK digital economy

UK has probably been subject to similar attacks, says KPMG read more »


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