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Cabinet Office looks for data centre partners to handle ‘top secret’ information

The Cabinet Office and the Government Digital Service (GDS) are seeking a private sector partner to provide data centre space and related services in a contract that could be worth up to £700m. The supplier would have to subscribe for a majority shareholding (up to 75 per cent) in ‘DatacentreCo’, a new private company that is to be established by ... Read More »

Engineering a new infrastructure: an interview with Balfour Beatty CIO Danny Reeves

IT Leaders Club The IT Leaders Dining Club is an exclusive, invitation-only organisation comprising the UK’s top CIOs, CTOs and other technologists and business leaders. Date: 02 Mar 2016 London Read More »

Braintree District Council seeks software package in £10m tender

Braintree District Council is seeking a supplier to provide it with system, storage and content management software in a package worth up to £10m. The council issued a notice in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU), in which it explained that it was looking for a supplier to provide it with: content management software; software programming and consultancy ... Read More »

Mole Valley farming moves into the Internet of Cows with Dynamics AX and Power BI

Agricultural company Mole Valley is making aggressive inroads into data analytics by equipping its farming customers with Microsoft’s Dynamics AX ERP system, Power BI and SharePoint to turn animal husbandry into an exact science. Speaking at Microsoft’s Convergence 2015 conference in Barcelona today, Mole Valley’s CRM manager Alan Parsons explained how Mole Valley – which has an annual revenue of ... Read More »

University of Edinburgh issues tender for next-gen personal response system

Cyber security skills gap: ‘Pay more and the problem will go away,’ says Reuters IT security chief Read More »

G-Cloud is ‘relatively straightforward’, says HS2 CIO

The CIO of, potentially, one of the biggest infrastructure projects in the UK, HS2, has claimed that using the G-Cloud is a “relatively straight forward” process – rejecting claims from some in the public sector that it was difficult to use.  James Findlay, who is also “technology leader” at the Department for Transport, is heading the IT team of the ... Read More »

Transport for London selects Computacenter and CSC as part of £80m IT framework

ISIL ‘doing their best’ to use the internet to kill UK citizens, warns Osborne as he pledges to double cyber crime funding Read More »

Government issues £300m IT services tender for education sector

Happy 30th birthday, Windows! Read More »

University of Sunderland looking for new attendance monitoring solution

City Guilds considering cloud-based analytics to predict student grades Read More »

What do CIOs see as the best procurement model for IT?

Author: Sooraj Shah Source: Computing | 16 Nov 2015 Categories: Supplier | Public Sector Tags: Procurement | Shop direct | Cio | Reckitt benckiser | Johnson matthey | Ibm | Tata consulting services | Accenture | Specsavers | Hmrc | Smb spotlight | Smb-services “Ultimately we decide what technology [we want], and their job is to get the best commercial ... Read More »

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