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Exclusive: Universal Credit programme is one of many DWP failures on the horizon, warns former employee

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Ex-consultant says that projects have been plagued by Department for Work & Pensions lack of planning
14 Nov 2013

Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust saves £200k with Canon Managed Print Services

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Canon had best understanding of what the trust wanted to achieve, says director of finance Dave Tomlinson
11 Nov 2013

NHS NSS on the lookout for suppliers to provide intelligence case management system

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System to be used by the counter fraud services
07 Nov 2013

IBM withdraws from battle with Amazon over $600m CIA cloud computing contract

US government's need to move forward cited as reason for discontinuing legal action
31 Oct 2013

Cloud wars: AWS and Microsoft fight it out

With AWS seemingly on a mission to wipe out on-premise computing, Peter Gothard hears how Microsoft is striking back with hybrid offerings that it believes better meet the needs of enterprise IT leaders
01 Oct 2013

BMC finally completes $6.4bn private equity privatisation

Bain and Golden Gate Capital plan to drive BMC into the cloud and mobile devices
11 Sep 2013

Oracle and the innovator's dilemma - an interview with DataStax CEO Billy Bosworth

Cassandra boss reveals expansion plans and explains why big data means big problems for Oracle
24 Jul 2013

London Borough of Merton issues £2m tender for enterprise service delivery platform

New platform will be part of the council's 'customer contact strategy'
22 Jul 2013

Bottoms up: pub chain Mitchells & Butlers' top-to-toe IT overhaul

When Mitchells & Butlers embarked on a five-year top-to-bottom IT infrastructure upgrade, it touched every part of the company’s business
26 Jun 2013

Microsoft in driving seat of Aston Martin mobility upgrade

The luxury car maker has completed a company-wide upgrade of its productivity tools. Peter Gothard discovers what is driving the firm’s enduring love of all things Microsoft
25 Jun 2013

East Sussex County Council on the hunt for management information system solutions provider

Schools in contracting authorities want MIS solution in tender worth up to £50m
17 Jun 2013

Samsung 'to supply screens for next iPad and iPad mini'

iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 screens to be provided by Samsung, claims report
14 Jun 2013

The mouse that roared: how the balance of power in IT is shifting

The combination of cloud computing and viable open source platforms is providing a welcome alternative for cost-conscious organisations – challenging both the major software vendors and the big services providers
12 Jun 2013

Ministry of Justice issues £78m tender for ICT framework for better integrated services

Future IT Sourcing Programme to replace legacy contracts that were made before MoJ was created
31 May 2013

Amazon opens central London office for 1,600 UK staff

Move supports expansion into book publishing and TV production
31 May 2013

Fujitsu, HP, IBM and Oracle hit as server sales slip – Gartner

Oracle sees sales drop by more than one-quarter as IBM, HP and Fujitsu also register sharp sales falls
28 May 2013

BSkyB 'free ride' with BBC data signal has to stop, says broadcaster

BBC considering charging BskyB for transmitting its programming
23 May 2013

Transport for London installs O2 and Cognito mobile workforce management solution

Fare evasion already reduced as a result, says TfL
09 May 2013

The big squeeze hits resellers

Resellers are being squeezed on all fronts – software, services and especially hardware. But the best-run companies are changing to meet these new challenges
16 Apr 2013

Is innovation still in HP’s DNA?

Sooraj Shah asks whether the Silicon Valley veteran has any idea how to save itself from oblivion
21 Mar 2013

Birds Eye CIO: Choosing a cloud provider that won't go bust

Sarah Leslie, CIO of Iglo Foods Group - which operates the Birds Eye Brand in the UK - tells Computing how her organisation selects cloud and outsourcing providers which are unlikely to go out of business and lose her data
08 Mar 2013

Arms dealers turn to cyber security

Austerity bites arms sales - but government worldwide can't get enough computer security
18 Feb 2013

Microsoft sells just 1 million Surface tablets in Q4 2012

While Apple sells 20 million iPads in same space of time, says analyst
15 Jan 2013

Throwing brickbats: an interview with LEGO's Henrik Amsinck

LEGO CIO Henrik Amsinck vents his frustrations with SAP’s pricing and licensing policies, and explains why he’s taking a cautious approach to cloud computing
28 Nov 2012