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Cardiff University looking to replace platform on which Oracle E-Business Suite runs

TfL appoints 12 suppliers onto its IT solutions framework including CSC, Infosys, Sopra Steria Read More »

BBC on the hunt for website ‘editorial optimisation tool’

The BBC is seeking a supplier to provide it with an “editorial optimisation tool”, which would be used to make editorial changes to page layouts and content on its website in order to optimise audience metrics through real-time monitoring. In a notice on the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) website, the BBC said that the tool was required ... Read More »

WPP signs whopping $1.25bn hybrid cloud deal with IBM

TfL appoints 12 suppliers onto its IT solutions framework including CSC, Infosys, Sopra Steria Read More »

Department for Transport seeks support for public transport data standards

TfL appoints 12 suppliers onto its IT solutions framework including CSC, Infosys, Sopra Steria Read More »

Why the Hadoop big data bubble will continue to expand in 2015

If 2014 was the year in which large enterprises started taking Hadoop seriously enough to adopt it, then 2015 is the year in which the three main distributors – Hortonworks, Cloudera and MapR – will have to meet end user expectations and live up to the hype. And if $50bn of the big data market in 2020 will be driven ... Read More »

London Borough of Hackney looking for HR and payroll system in £2.5m tender

Backbytes: Open-source developers targeted in honeytraps, claims Eric Raymond Read More »

Transport for London picks Atos service desk solution in £6m deal

TfL appoints 12 suppliers onto its IT solutions framework including CSC, Infosys, Sopra Steria Read More »

Tower Model is ‘not condoned and not in line with government policy’, says GDS

The systems integration and management (SIAM) and Towers Model that has been popular in many government departments as part of their transformation strategies is not in line with government policy, according to the Alex Holmes, deputy director at the Government Digital Service (GDS). Holmes believes that large parts of the Civil Service attempting to bring back a lot of IT ... Read More »

Huge £117m IT hardware tender issued for education institutions

Crescent Purchasing Consortium (CPC), an organisation owned and run by the further education sector, has issued a £117m tender for IT hardware on behalf of educational institutions. The consortium counts further education institutions, sixth forms, academies, schools and museums as its members, and it is a requirement of the tender that the selected supplier(s) will extend the terms to all ... Read More »

Can the tower model still work despite GDS wanting to knock it down?

Author: Sooraj Shah Source: Computing | 20 Mar 2015 Categories: Government | Supplier | Public Sector | Police Tags: Procurement | Government | Cio | Cio interview | Project management When the dust settled from the government Digital Service’s deputy director Alex Holmes’ surprising blog… Read More »

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