The over-used phrase "price war" has rarely had a lot of relevance in the corporate IT market.
At best, we may have seen PC or server makers cutting prices by a few percentage points, or more typically bundling in new features to keep prices steady.
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announces the Budget tomorrow (Wednesday 19 March), and the media is full of speculation over what his speech will include.
I would, however, like to make a confident prediction about a few things the Budget will not include.
Labour formally launched its Digital Government Review at an event in London last night.
It's clearly going to attract a lot of interest and scrutiny, if
Government IT - and in particular, the role of the Government Digital Service - is about to get political.
Tomorrow night, the Labour Party launches its digital government review, a programme...
IT suppliers have always been an easy target for criticism and cynicism. IT managers will raise their eyebrows at the mention of vendors and share war stories with their peers of the relentless sales pressure to buy more products.
They are often seen as a necessary evil, and as such,...
I've been told that the Department for Work and Pensions CIO, Andy Nelson, is about to step down from the role.
The information came from a usually reliable source, but at the time of writing this, the DWP press office has yet to confirm or deny what I was told, despite repeated...