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The beta version of Gov.uk, the single government website, marks the official start of the Government Digital Service’s ambitious remit.
Siebel launched its assault on the on-demand customer relationship management (CRM) market with its latest release....
Cloud services could slash traditional IT costs in government by up to 75%, with a roster of 2,000 accredited cloud computing services to be made available in a new framework agreement at the end of January.
US senator Al Franken has given mobile phone diagnostic software maker Carrier IQ two weeks to explain allegations that its software logs keystrokes on the devices on which it is installed.
HR departments create shadow IT organisations that commission new HR systems without the knowledge and the procurement expertise of the IT department, says Gartner.
Oracle and SAP have been singled out as having the most inconsistent prices for ERP systems across government departments.
Facebook has filed for a $5bn initial public offering on the US stock market, marking a milestone in the social networking site’s history.
Security and safety concerns could scupper government plans to reduce carbon emissions through smart metering
Despite the media hype around the adoption of mobile technologies and the need to secure them, relatively few UK organisations are planning mobile security projects, a survey has revealed
Ian Kelly, a 34-year-old IT specialist, is preparing to take the next step in his career, and turned to the Open University to improve his skills.