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FA hopes to score with new technology

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Sooraj Shah hears how technology has helped the FA develop some of the best facilities in the world for players, coaches and supporters
30 Apr 2013

Caldicott review: Breaking down the barriers to information sharing in the NHS

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Sooraj Shah investigates the difficulties that the NHS faces with the law, technology and people in enabling data-sharing between its departments
26 Apr 2013

Video: Talking tactics with FA CIO Rob Ray

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FA CIO Rob Ray tells Sooraj Shah about the organisation's use of technology
22 Apr 2013

TalkTalk calls for government regulation of high-speed broadband

Chairman Sir Charles Dunstone says 'no one really knows' how BT's government subsidies are being spent
02 Apr 2013

Auto Trader’s potential shift to digital-only helped by datacentre switchover

Telecity Group's peering gives Auto Trader edge in SEO and user experiences, says CIO
13 Mar 2013

BT to hire 1,000 fibre engineers

Almost half of new jobs will be for young apprentices
07 Mar 2013

BT and Vodafone stump up millions more for spectrum licences

4G auction has now raised £2.37bn
04 Mar 2013

Ofcom proposes price reductions for wholesale data links

BT would have to slash prices by 11 per cent below inflation for three years
25 Feb 2013

Consumers need to take the FTTH fight to their MPs

"Broadband will be viewed as narrowband in the future," says Sony Pictures
22 Feb 2013

Second draft of £1.8bn Communications Data Bill is delayed until end of March

'Lack of technical understanding of Home Office officials is concerning,' says ISPA Council
15 Feb 2013

Google sues BT in the US and UK

Search firm looks to hit back at telecoms giant after 2011 patent case
14 Feb 2013

BT extends fibre rollout to a further 1.2 million premises

Fast fibre broadband should be available to 19 million premises by spring 2014
12 Feb 2013

BT reports a decline in revenues in Q3, but profits hold up

Europe, financial services sector, price controls and lower demand from fixed lines blamed for decline
01 Feb 2013

Hundreds of jobs on the line as 2e2 enters administration

Integrator has already closed 10 subsidiaries and axed 319 staff
29 Jan 2013

4G auction bidding battle commences

Ofcom is using the 'combinatorial clock' auction format to decide which carriers get which frequencies
23 Jan 2013

London councils aim to save £30m a year through shared services deal with BT

'Radical redesign' will see HR and finance tech upgraded under a deal that could be extended to 20 councils
22 Jan 2013

Wales ‘high-speed’ broadband network rollout gets go-ahead

BT to ensure 96 per cent of Welsh premises have access to high-speed broadband by 2015
22 Jan 2013

FTTH Council determined to get funding flowing to regional fibre projects

FTTH Council aims to bring together big investors and smaller projects like B4RN
22 Jan 2013

BT's 'bogus' FTTH stance is short-changing UK consumers and economy, says lobby group

FTTH Council says there's plenty of pent-up demand for bonafide fibre
21 Jan 2013

BT teams up with skills bodies to create 550 IT apprenticeships in 2013

National Skills Academy for IT and NITP working with BT to fill tech roles at SMEs
08 Jan 2013

Huawei announces $35bn in sales revenue

Firm accused of being a security threat made a net profit of $2.4bn
07 Jan 2013

Broadband in 2013: Four-letter words beginning with 'F'

BT’s FTTC rollout to near end, as the UK gets its first look at FTTH
26 Dec 2012

Mobile in 2013: Let the 4G battle commence

With the 4G spectrum auction to come, 2013 looks set to be a busy year for mobile
21 Dec 2012

Ofcom announces 4G bidders - BT included

Computing had revealed in July that BT could bid at auction
20 Dec 2012