£25m worth of IT services contracts revealed in pre-tender notice
Whitehall Monitor finds that government continues to splash cash with big IT suppliers despite promise to move to SMEs
Chinese telecoms supplier's new Bristol research lab is but a small part of an ambitious three-year plan for Europe.
A Computing survey reveals a conservative outlook among those looking at big data projects, but for how long will this continue?
Socitm hits back at Bull Information Systems' suggestion that G-Cloud is always the most cost-effective option
Framework was developed to give government easy access to suppliers of "all sizes"
Buying processes and CloudStore navigation are some of the pain points in procurement
Provision of iPads, iPad Minis, Microsoft Surface and Google Chromebook part of mobile working lot
Supply base will provide more services and expertise than generalist suppliers, claims CCS
Penetration testing, CLAS advice, RMADS and PIA all included in two-year contract
The companies have been working together since the mid 1990s
Council wants system to help it to cope with significant reductions in budget and resources
Councils, NHS bodies and Transport Scotland included as contracting authorities
Sooraj Shah asks how Intel's $740m investment in Cloudera has altered the dynamics in the Hadoop data platform market
Halfords CIO Anna Barsby also planning data centre consolidation and other major projects
Council wants to replace existing software and standalone data sources in £180,000 tender
OFT believes more can be done to increase competition for contracts
Under-fire French firm selected for controversial Care.data programme
Services comprise customer-facing transactions across multiple channels including the website and mobile
Manufacturers of lower-priced laptop and tablet devices to pay only $15 for licence, sources say
Project could accommodate more than one vendor and implementation partner
Airline chose Dell because it understood the market and was a 'reliable service provider'
Partner has to provide flexible data centre solution, around the clock staff and other support arrangements
With its cloud business enjoying double digit growth for a fourth year in a row, can ERP stalwart SAP justifiably claim to be ‘the cloud company’? Peter Gothard reports