IT Essentials: Capital control

Government-funded research plays an important part in tech developments

Tom Allen
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IT Essentials: Capital control

Should we be this comfortable handing responsibility to private firms?

An idea has been running through my head for some time, but it's only since reading John Leonard's excellent coverage of this week's UK and Ireland SAP Users' Group (UKISUG) meeting that I've manag...

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