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NHS Education for Scotland goes ‘cloud first’ with ServiceNow and Fruition Partners

NHS Education for Scotland (NES), the education training body for NHS Scotland, has selected Fruition Partners and ServiceNow to provide cloud-based digital services. The cloud project will be based around ServiceNow’s automated services software which will be used to manage HR, facilities and IT in addition to supporting the education and training facilities delivered by NES. Once completed, it is ... Read More »

KFC selects IMGroup to improve business intelligence capability

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‘Any council that says it can’t do cloud hasn’t done its homework,’ claims Peterborough City Council’s Richard Godfrey

Local authority CIOs that cite “data governance” objections as a reason for eschewing public cloud “haven’t done their homework”, advises Peterborough City Council’s Richard Godfrey, assistant director of Digital Peterborough. Responding to an audience question at Computing’s Data Centre and Infrastructure Summit 2015 today, Godfrey explained how the council is shifting much of its IT into the cloud in order ... Read More »

How data-driven medicine helps provide personalised care to cancer patients

Author: Danny Palmer Source: Computing | 24 Sep 2015 Categories: Health | Business Software | Services and Outsourcing Tags: Sophia genetics | Aleksandra filipovic | Cancer | Health | Genetics | Big data | Analytics | Machine learning | Genomics | Science | Research | Bioinformatics It wasn’t long ago that personalised medicine seemed like a far-fetched dream, something confined ... Read More »

Gloucester City Council extends partnership with Civica in bid to save £100,000

Gloucester City Council has extended its revenues and benefits partnership with software, technology and outsourcing services firm Civica. The council had a seven-year agreement in place with Civica, which started in October 2011, and according to the vendor, this has already delivered more than £200,000 per year in savings to the council, and has also increased the speed of processing ... Read More »

Delegates reveal their key take-aways from Computing’s Data Centre Summit 2015

Computing‘s Data Centre and Infrastructure Summit was a great success this year, filled with stimulating keynotes, panel discussions and strategy sessions. We caught up with some of the delegates to ask them what they got out of the event. Read More »

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