IT department News
Department still lacks a plan to replace the £10 billion ICT deal despite having had three years to prepare read more »
Milton Keynes tech catapult installed systems that will save airports £10 million read more »
Edward Snowden revelations prompt transparency pledge read more »
Authority has halved its server space thanks to an ongoing shift to the cloud read more »
Government lays out concrete requirements for smart meter rollout that will be enforceable as of next week read more »
As education secretary announces at BETT that Google and O2 are supporting a £3.6m drive to teach computing in schools read more »more news ..
IT department Blogs
DRIPA likely to be struck down read more »
Businesses need to close the mobile app gap and an enterpise app store is the way to go read more »
Time to convince the marteting department IT can deliver read more »
Ten years of (ISC)2's Global Workforce Surveys have charted seismic shifts in the nature of the security workforce read more »more blogs ..
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IT department In Depth
More flexible development requires greater flexibility in contracts read more »
Changes are expected in procurement, contract and governance processes - understand them to avoid getting locked in read more »
Where to go after XP? Is the only answer Windows 7? read more »
Universal Credit waste, the expiry of big ICT deals, PSN, Care.data, new digital services & G-Cloud all featured in the headlines read more »
2014 - the year of the data breaches, online shopping and beacon technology read more »
OpenDocument Format Plugfest event highlights how government pressure is driving open standards adoption read more »more in depth ..
IT department Slideshows
John Lewis is the latest online retailer to fall victim to a price glitch on its website that advertised hardware at software prices read more »
The Serious Fraud Office drops its investigation but the two-year long legal battle between Hewlett-Packard and Autonomy's founders continues read more »
Following Amazon's fire on Friday, ComputerworldUK picks out the most unexpected data centre disasters read more »
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