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Bank’s outsourcing understanding enabled ‘rogue’ employees to make ‘improper’ payments

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‘Stove-piped, not joined-up’ blue-chip vendors ‘frustrating’ to work with, says CIO

Traditional blue-chip record vendors means problems in a proceed that they broach products and are too firm about their pricing strategies, generally if we don’t paint a vast customer. That’s what Chris Ashworth, IT executive during Genting Casinos UK told Computing during a new interview. “When we work with some of a blue-chip vendors, they’re really stove-piped and not assimilated ... Read More »

TechUK calls for some-more assistance for SMEs regulating G-Cloud

TechUK and tiny and medium-sized enterprises (SMBs) in a record attention have called for a debate of recognition to boost a use of a government’s G-Cloud buying tools. It comes after a prior TechUK news suggested a supervision and a record attention contingency urge how they work together in sequence to quarrel cyber crime. According to a newly published news ... Read More »

HP rigourously divorces itself

HP has formally separate into dual companies today, HP Inc and HP Enterprise, with HP Inc encompassing PCs and printers, and progressing HP’s branding, while HP Enterprise embodies a company’s services and craving server hardware. Operationally, a companies have been eccentric given 1 August. The plan, identical to a devise initial put brazen by suspended CEO Léo Apotheker in 2011, ... Read More »

Oxford City Council shifts information centre into a cloud in 10-year agreement with SCC

SCC, that claims to be Europe’s biggest eccentric IT services business, has won a 10-year IT infrastructure agreement with Oxford City Council. The deal, an initial five-years with a choice to extend by a serve 5 years, will see SCC broach a operation of infrastructure services to a Council, including information centre hosting, server and storage, server technical support, database ... Read More »

AWS suffers another outage – Netflix, Airbnb, Tinder, IMDb all affected

Amazon Web Services (AWS), a renouned cloud hosting provider, suffered a glitch yesterday that influenced many of a business who rest on a open cloud infrastructure such as Netflix, Tinder and IMDb. Airbnb, a accommodation engagement site, was down for most of yesterday as well, with reports suggesting that it too was tormented by a same issues, as it is ... Read More »

Nationwide Building Society outsources IT infrastructure services to Capgemini

Nationwide Building Society has sealed a agreement with Capgemini that will see a consultancy yield IT infrastructure services to a UK building society. The five-year agreement includes a sustenance of use integration, use table and finish user services. According to Capgemini, a aim of a agreement is to facilitate and modernize Nationwide’s finish user IT experience. Debra Bailey, CIO during ... Read More »

Qantas Airways deploys Amadeus analytics to revoke impact of moody disruptions

International airline Qantas Airways has deployed a Travel Intelligence information analytics apparatus by Amadeus to assistance revoke a impact of transport disruptions caused by bad weather, technical glitches and other problems. The Travel Intelligence program is divided into 3 modules: Airport Resource Tracker, Schedule Manager and Schedule Optimiser, that have all helped Qantas some-more well conduct some of a many ... Read More »

Why Aggregate Industries forsaken ‘inflexible, not easy to use’ IBM Cognos for Qlik business intelligence

Construction and building materials organization Aggregate Industries transposed an IBM Cognos business comprehension height with one from Qlik in a pierce CIO Mike Gibbons described as a “no brainer”. Aggregate Industries, that granted all a petrify for a London 2012 Olympic Stadium, had formerly been attempting to use IBM Cognos business intelligence, though Gibbons told Computing that “harnessing a height ... Read More »

Computing’s Data Centre Summit 2015

Cambridge investigate finds 85 per cent of Android inclination are insecure Read More »

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