Real estate analyst hopes to recoup £4.4m investment in four years
Bristol City Council plans to roll out OpenOffice desktops within three years
Meaning local authorities do not incur additional costs
15 software tools to be trialled by the library
450 schools benefiting from faster, cheaper broadband
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Government has decided to make ISPs pay 25 per cent of the cost of enforcement
Two IT suppliers say they will work with the government to enable collaborative procurement
Virage MediaBin has been rolled out across 13 countries
Trusts urged to audit their code before switching service suppliers
Recent reports suggest mind-reading computers are almost a reality
Software allows staff to collaborate in real time using their smartphones
With some predicting cost savings of £372m by 2015 from similar technologies
Standardised data will enable the council to better target crime
BSG will provide network services and software support
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Plans to introduce a biometric fingerprint in addition to facial image
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Bike will also encourage use of crime-fighting web site
Department is considering liaising with store card organisations and Nectar in bid to prevent fraud
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