HPE's $13.9bn acquisition of EDS finally unwound with 'spin-merge' with CSC
Hewlett Packard Enterprise touts tax-free "spin merge" with CSC to create $26bn services giant
Sheffield NHS Trust beset by "data issues" attributed to Lorenzo
CSC to provide hosting and end user services as Met Police ploughs ahead with SIAM tower model
Computing counts down some of the biggest disputes between companies and their IT suppliers
Aim of framework is to provide 'more effective services that add value to the operating business', says TfL CIO Steve Townsend
Conventional retailers are getting increasingly personal, claims CSC - especially in fashion retail
O2 will provide TfL with bespoke mobile services as well as iPads and mobile phones
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Plan confirmed to split services company CSC in two, as reported in Computing last week
CSC's rumoured dismemberment follows costs inflicted after NHS IT project disaster
Four UK suppliers chosen to provide hardware, software and services across organisation
Trust claims it will spend £9m on 24/7 support services, but will still save £35m over five years
Whitehall Monitor finds that government continues to splash cash with big IT suppliers despite promise to move to SMEs
USAF scraps implementation after spending a cool $1bn on failed Oracle rollout
Manchester's Tameside Hospital becomes first user of much-criticised system
Government claims of £1bn in savings questioned
A further 200 volunteered to leave
Resolution postponed again, boilerplate statement prepares investors for risk of bad news.
£400M UK defence deal, however, will help make up for it
CSC confirms it hopes to minimise compulsory cuts. Possibility of other firms stepping in, claims union
National Outsourcing Association "does not support the job cuts" says chief - while contradicting CSC's own statements. Meanwhile, back at the NHS...
Unite says workers "devastated" by the news. India-based offshore workers on NHS programme immune, it claims