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NAO hints at Universal Credit IT write-offs that top £200 million

The government may have to write off more than £200 million invested in IT for Universal Credit, a report by the National Audit Office (NAO) out today suggests.
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Microsoft study finds everybody wants DevOps but culture is a challenge

Everybody wants to join the DevOps movement. Everybody wants their developers and their operations people to work more closely together and take advantage of greater internal IT harmony with the result of higher agility and a faster time to market.
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Google delays demise of old-style Chrome plug-ins

Google on Monday gave traditional Google plug-ins a stay of execution and instead outlined a three-step plan that will finalize their demise in 10 months.
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Want a 100TB disk drive? You'll have to wait 'til 2025

An industry consortium today released a roadmap that new recording technologies could yield 100TB hard drives in about 10 years.
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Tablet craze calms down as iPad shipments decline

It's time to kiss the tablet boom goodbye, as shipments of the once-dominant Apple iPad decline amid a worldwide slowdown for the devices.
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DT and Informatica service links cloud, on-premises apps, data

European CIOs looking to integrate applications across public and private clouds will soon have a new option with a data orchestration service from Deutsche Telekom and Informatica.
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Twitter, in time for the holidays, puts digital coupons in your feed

If ads on Twitter weren't annoying enough, some will start asking for your credit card info, in the hopes you'll load up on store discounts.
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Bitdefender security appliance for home networks seeks to replace end-point antivirus

Antivirus firm Bitdefender unveiled a hardware security appliance for home networks Tuesday that aims to protect devices by scanning network traffic to detect and block potential security threats.
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Rimini Street placed on Crown Commercial Service support services framework

Rimini Street has been placed on the government’s Enterprise Application Support Services (EASS) agreement, allowing public sector organisations to procure its application maintenance services more easily.
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Pew poll: Limited knowledge on privacy policies, more on net neutrality

U.S. Internet users have a limited understanding of what net neutrality means and what protections are contained in company privacy policies, according to the results of a national survey by the Pew Research Center.
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Brazilian firm Algar signs £34m outsourcing deal with Capgemini

Algar, one of the largest firms in Latin America, has extended a 13-year outsourcing contract with Capgemini to mitigate potential finance and tax compliance risks within Brazilian legislation, to the cost of £34 million (€43 million).
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Mobile broadband modems are losing their appeal with consumers

If you're using a smartphone as a hotspot, you aren't alone -- sales of USB sticks and embedded PC modems are plummeting as a result of that use.
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UK faults tech firm for not alerting authorities before soldier's murder

The U.K. has faulted an unnamed tech company for failing to flag a conversation that played a crucial role in planning the murder of a British soldier.
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Dixons Carphone deploys cloud-based omnichannel profitability testing software

Dixons Carphone, the recently merged electrical and telecoms retailer, is using Applied Predictive Technologies' (APT) cloud-based customer experience and omnichannel profitability testing software.
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