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Father of Java James Gosling criticises cloud vendor lock-in

DevOps Excellence Awards There are many different ways to move towards a DevOps culture, and these awards are designed to recognise and celebrate the best of every organisation, team, individual, product and tool. Date: 22 Mar 2017 London Read More »

Apple, Microsoft, Box and others react to Trump victory

DevOps Excellence Awards There are many different ways to move towards a DevOps culture, and these awards are designed to recognise and celebrate the best of every organisation, team, individual, product and tool. Date: 22 Mar 2017 London Read More »

Don’t worry about lock-in, just choose the right vendor, say CIOs

DevOps Excellence Awards There are many different ways to move towards a DevOps culture, and these awards are designed to recognise and celebrate the best of every organisation, team, individual, product and tool. Date: 22 Mar 2017 London Read More »

News UK ‘getting close’ to avoiding all vendor lock-in

DevOps Excellence Awards There are many different ways to move towards a DevOps culture, and these awards are designed to recognise and celebrate the best of every organisation, team, individual, product and tool. Date: 22 Mar 2017 London Read More »

Microsoft vs Splunk: how big fish still rule the big data market

Education WLAN Buyers Guide 2016 While connectivity has become an expectation for students, and provides a platform for digital learning, the increased number of mobile devices in the classroom also represents many challenges that IT departments are continually facing. How do you achieve the required levels of visibility, capacity, and control, without overburdening both your users and IT department? Download Read More »

What’s behind Huawei’s UK expansion?

Signs that Bristol is fast becoming Silicon Gorge continued this week with the announcement that Chinese telecoms giant Huawei is opening a new RD centre in the city, as previously reported by Computing. The £125m facility will focus on chip and software research and open by the end of this year, employing 30 people.  Related articles But high-tech hotspot Bristol is ... Read More »

HP and Capgemini top government suppliers’ earnings list

HP and Capgemini have topped a government suppliers’ earnings list of 2013, with each earning in excess of £1bn in the 12-month period. The Whitehall Monitor was produced by public procurement data analysis provider Spend Network, and aimed to work out which private companies received the most government spend by looking at published transaction data. Its analysis is based on ... Read More »

Government to review its contracts with Atos after IT failure

The government has committed to review £500m worth of contracts with controversial outsourcing company Atos, following a major IT failure. The Guardian reports that the Cabinet Office said the government will undertake a full review of every contract worth over £10m that has been carried out with Atos. The move indicates that the government is frustrated with the performance of ... Read More »

Ofcom to overhaul IT services

Ofcom, the communications regulator, is to overhaul its IT services infrastructure when its current provisions expire. According to a pre-tender notice, the company said its search for a supplier would come under a programme billed as “Project Apex”. The IT services are likely to include: service management and integration, user support, IT security, end-user computing, hosting and storage, communication and ... Read More »

DWP to pay Atos £10m to extend disability reassessments contract

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is to extend French IT services firm Atos’ multi-million pound deal to handle disability reassessments, despite the company wanting to walk away from the contract in February. The firm, which would have had to pay a fee to the government to end its contract early, has been criticised for its declining standards of ... Read More »

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