Articles & blogs by Chris Middleton

HP settles shareholder lawsuits on Autonomy purchase

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Fallout from debacle remains as HP considers taking fight to Lynch and his team.
01 Jul 2014

Government suppliers left in the dark on contract renewals

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The government's Mystery Shopper service is being used to criticise the results of its own procurement policies.
01 Jul 2014

The BBC appoints Matthew Postgate as CTO

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Controller of research and development takes up key technology role
01 Jul 2014

European data roaming costs slashed by 50 per cent today

Costs for making and receiving calls also capped from today
01 Jul 2014

The 'Don't knows' are running UK IT

Computing Research reveals that significant numbers of IT leaders can't answer basic questions about their jobs
01 Jul 2014

Ten per cent of IT leaders deliberately compromise on security

Computing Research finds troubling holes in data centre security.
01 Jul 2014

Arise Tony Singleton, OBE

Singleton receives royal recognition for his commitment to digital services in government.
14 Jun 2014

UK has most globalised ICT market in the world, says new report

Economist Intelligence findings skewed by openness of UK to foreign direct investment. And what are the security implications?
12 Jun 2014

Is Apple Ireland's sweetheart? EC confirms investigation (updated)

The European Commission has confirmed it is looking into whether the Irish government's tax arrangements with Apple constitute state aid.
12 Jun 2014

What's behind Huawei's UK expansion?

Chinese telecoms supplier's new Bristol research lab is but a small part of an ambitious three-year plan for Europe.
12 Jun 2014

Whitehall backtracks on G-Cloud with job title shift

The incessant game of musical chairs in Whitehall IT leaders' job titles continues, but suggests the government was wrong to drop all mention of the G-Cloud.
12 Jun 2014

Back to the future: new buzz-phrases, familiar problems

2012 may have been a red-letter year for UK public events, but how has it been so far for the technology sector?
06 Sep 2012

Special report: 2012 and the war for data

The past few months have seen worrying developments for those who value their privacy and expect personal data to be handled with a degree of circumspection. So is the fight for the right to be forgotten a lost cause?
05 Sep 2012

Happy birthday Office 365!


04 Jul 2012

Computing says: RBS saga is a warning to all enterprises

Any organisation that uses technology to cut costs and increase its profits at the customer’s expense deserves to fail
04 Jul 2012