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Government extends Commodity IT Hardware & Software framework until January

News The government has extended the Commodity IT Hardware & Software (CITHS) framework until January, according to Computing's sister publication Computer Reseller News, buying itself...

Computing Staff | Computing | 24 Oct 2014

'Microsoft Lumia' confirmed as new post-Nokia company phone branding

News Microsoft has announced that it intends to keep the Lumia name for its mobile phones, while dropping the Windows Phone brand, making the official name for its telephony products Microsoft...

Peter Gothard | Computing | 24 Oct 2014

Job Centre set for digital upgrade with free Wi-Fi and biometrics

News The Job Centre is finally turning its back on a decidedly low-tech tradition and making a push to move into the future, with biometric software, free Wi-Fi, and PC workstations. Those...

Peter Gothard | Computing | 24 Oct 2014

Man arrested in Portsmouth on suspicion of cyber attacks on UK ATMs using Tyupkin malware

News A man has been arrested in Portsmouth on suspicion of masterminding a £1.6m "cyber attack" on cash machines across the country. Allegedly part of an organised gang from Eastern Europe,...

Graeme Burton | Computing | 24 Oct 2014

Backbytes: David Davis MP has a Twitter account of a different kind

News And so to Mayfair where security software company F-Secure is hosting a private screening of the Edward Snowden film, Citizenfour. In the audience is David Davis MP, who lambasts...

Backbytes | Computing | 24 Oct 2014

LHK Fine Wines uncorks custom CRM/ERP system based on the Netsuite cloud platform

Analysis London-based LHK Fine Wines sells its luxury wares by case or bottle to private and trade buyers. While most customers are in the UK, increasingly it is supplying the US, Asia and South...

John Leonard | Computing | 24 Oct 2014

Top 10 news stories of the week: BPM is dead, coders are dead and soon the cloud will kill the rest of us anyway

News 10. Opinion: The Nadella controversy has highlighted an opportunity gap, not just a pay gap As the female CEO of Microsoft's only Gold Partner company in the UK, who better than Suzy...

Peter Gothard | Computing | 24 Oct 2014

For Tesco, Sainsbury's, Homebase, Morrisons and others, the information revolution wrought by the internet has only just begun

Opinion Another week, another supermarket posts a sharp fall in sales and profits. In Tesco's case, it comes with the added theatre of an accounting scandal, which seemingly unfolded as sales...

Graeme Burton | Computing | 24 Oct 2014

Big losses see Amazon's shares hit 12-month low

News Amazon's share price hit a 12-month low yesterday as the company revealed higher than expected losses on an earnings call with investors. Shares fell more than 11 per cent in after-hours...

John Leonard | Computing | 24 Oct 2014

How the use of real-time data on iPads could change the face of women's tennis

Feature A new Women's Tennis Association (WTA) rule has enabled SAP to provide coaches with the ability to direct their players during matches using real-time data. "For 2015, our board has...

Sooraj Shah | Computing | 24 Oct 2014

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