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Wiltshire Police develop mobile system

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Police in Wiltshire have signed on for a new £2 million mobile working system, to help them get back to basics of polici

UK organisations ignore data quality issues

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Research reveals nearly two in every three have no processes in place to maintain data quality, despite recognising the

Dell extends Ubuntu Linux offer in the UK

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PC maker says the popularity of Linux-based machines has prompted it to add another laptop pre-installed with Ubuntu to

Councils homeshore to help unemployed

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Local authority technology partners believe "homeshoring" - letting call centre workers work from home - can h

HP releases first solid-state PC

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New business desktop is the first to use solid-state hard drive system, the firm has claimed.

NatWest heads scammers' top 10 aliases

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Study reveals which UK banking operations are the biggest targets for spam and phishing scams.

Six Nations rugby to use BI tools

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The world's biggest annual rugby tournament gets business intelligence tools in renewed technology sponsorship deal

Online retailers need better analytics

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Research reveals that online retailers lack knowledge of consumer and need to improve if they are going to compete effec

Dell and Microsoft to release AIDS charity PC

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The PC maker and software giant become the latest companies to release products that benefit U2 singer Bono's (Red)

Data centres unmanned by 2012

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Fujitsu Siemens suggests that most data centres will be automated in the next four years, creating a need to retrain IT

ARM passes 10 billion processor milestone

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Manufacturers have shipped more than 10 billion processors designed by the British chip company.

SMEs losing out to big business due to poor IT strategy

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Research reveals that only 15 per cent of smaller businesses have an effective IT strategy that allows them to compete w

MoJ loses four court discs

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The Ministry of Justice has confirmed it is missing four CDs containing personal details of witnesses and victims involv

Markets unimpressed by record Apple results

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Despite trumping its previous best-ever quarter, Wall Street marks down shares in the Mac maker after its profit forecas

Conservatives claim ID card delay

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Leaked documents show the controversial identity card scheme has been put back three years, until after the next electio

Indian offshore players face challenges in their ascent

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While Indian IT services companies continue to grow, their rising popularity is not without challenges, particularly in

ScottishPower spends £1.7 million mapping future of customer service

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GIS supplier and ScottishPower sign contract in a bid to improve customer service.

Recruiting data specialists is key for business

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As poor data quality becomes an increasing problem, companies are advised to recruit information professionals that can

AT&T to push iPhone at business users

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US iPhone carrier unveils the first dedicated business tariff for Apple's smartphone, but will O2 follow suit in an

Glamorgan council trims paper-based processes

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New electronic systems to streamline document management will provide foundation for administering the workflow and coll

BPM divide remains between users and vendors

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While the relationship between users and vendors of business process management (BPM) technology has improved, problems

EMC goes SaaS with backup

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EMC launches its Fortress, with a new online backup system expanded for enterprise use.

Social networking costs UK businesses billions

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Research findings show that directors and employees need to strike a balance between productivity and keeping the fair u

Citrix and Microsoft in virtualisation tie-up

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Partnership will see the two companies working together to develop virtualisation technology, sell solutions together, a

Wireless improves patient care at Southampton Trust

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The latest wireless technology will provide the University Hospital with a mobility infrastructure to support safer and

Microsoft buys Calista

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The Windows maker acquires specialist in graphics technologies for virtualisation as it continues to strengthen its prod

Whitehall lockdown as MoD admits more missing laptops

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The government has ordered devices to stay in the office unless they're encrypted after the MoD admits two more lap

Michel Robert

The Midweek Interview: Michel Robert part one

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Michel Robert, managing director of Claranet UK, talks about his role in implementing the company's strategy and dr

Kaspersky climbs on SaaS bandwagon

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Security vendor's latest hosted endpoint security services expand portfolio to prevent malware from infiltrating co

SAP and IBM plan first collaboration

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Project Atlantic to form basis for joint software product development that will integrate Lotus Notes with SAP Business

IT contractors feeling confident

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Freelance IT professionals aren't concerned about their job security, new research has found.

Industry backs new IT skills training

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A new qualification is being piloted at UK universities to help IT professionals boost their skills and climb the career

GNU/Solaris - When the fun begins...

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Sun Microsystems has purchased MySQL and released Java under the GPL.

UPDATED: Data thefts and losses in the UK - Timeline

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IT PRO charts the on-going problem of large public and private sector bodies failing to safeguard sensitive business and

Kalido builds BI data engine

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The data warehousing vendor launches new patent-pending data engine to cut data modelling and automation time for BI rep

Report claims iPhone sales fell short in the UK

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Sales figures for Apple's iconic smartphone miss O2's reported targets for the first two months of sale, missi

Slide slips in with £25 million funding boost

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Maker of software applications used within sites such as Facebook secures new investment as value of social networking c

Government unaware of "power of technology"

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The information commissioner has called for the public sector to finally learn its lessons on data protection following

Fujitsu restructures chip business

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Japanese electronics monolith moves struggling semiconductor business into a new division as it tries to distance the bu

Internet plagiarism plagues half of teachers

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A study has said that half of sixth form teachers consider copying from the web a major problem, with as much as a quart

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