Public sector procurement issues revealed by report

A Cabinet Office report on its Mystery Shopper Service has revealed that many buyers and sellers are reporting on-going issues with the public sector IT procurement process.Read more:

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Public sector procurement issues revealed by report

A Cabinet Office report on its Mystery Shopper Service has revealed that many buyers and sellers are reporting on-going issues with the public sector IT procurement process.Read more:

Government Digital Services Framework spend totals £2.3m

Figures reveal that the government has awarded nine contracts via the Digital Services Framework (DSf), spending a total of £2.3m.Read more:

NHS ditches Microsoft, Google Apps drastically improves Clinical Research Network

The Clinical Research Network (CRN), an NHS body, has claimed that moving away from Microsoft towards Google has improved communications and collaborations.Read more:

Tech SMEs to government: You're just not listening

The government has more work to do if it is to reach its SME spending targets, according to software company Softwire’s managing director, Zoe Cunningham.Read more:

The growth of on-demand cloud computing

This HP whitepaper charts the development of the cloud on-demand computing concept and shows how important it is for addressing the demand for business agility and growth. Read more:

A Wearables Startup Playbook

The rise of mobile broadband, commodity sensors, smartphone-based companion apps, virtualized manufacturing and supply chain, crowdfunding, and nimble design have converged to make wearables mainstream. With the category now validated as a strategic hotspot for all major corporations and platforms,

Should the Rich Be Able to Buy Places on Clinical Trials?

"But you have missed the bigger idea!" exclaimed Peter Lanciano, grabbing the pepper grinder and banging it on the table. "The problem isn't how to get my drug into Mr Pepperpot. The problem is how to protect me from being sued if Mr Pepperpot dies."Read more...

EU ruling makes it easier to get evidence from tech companies

However not everyone supports the new guidelines.

UK businesses being let down by the government on cybercrime

Sensitive political and business environment has deflected attention away from security, report claims.

Huawei CFO held on fraud charges, court says

Meng Wanzhou allegedly misled bankers, court claims.

Defeating the Death Star: How RDP attacks exploit security gaps

The modern business equivalent of the Thermal Exhaust Port is the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), which could be leaving companies vulnerable to catastrophic attack.

NHS ordered to stop using fax machines

Health Secretary looks to do away with "absurd" outdated hardware.

Cloud, applications, security and data privacy – what do the experts think is coming up next in 2019

To get the inside track on what the industry thinks is coming next in 2019, we spoke to a range of IT experts to find the trends that will shape the year to come in technology.

Securing industrial control systems by closing the air gap security loophole

Air-gapping is one of the most common ways ICS are protected, however, organisations’ interpretation of how to isolate networks often varies.

Amazon stands ground on kids' in-app purchase issue

Amazon has objected to proposed FTC fines and additional record keeping and disclosure requirements related to in-app purchases made by children.Read more:

Canada brings in antispam law

A new Canadian antispam law went into effect yesterday causing a storm of last-minute ‘please opt-in’ emails from legitimate companies to flood Canadian inboxes.Read more:

Chrome plugin aims to emulate Facebook emotion experiment

Fancy running your own experiment with positivity or negativity in your news feed? Well, now you can thanks to a New York-based programmer.Read more:

The Government-Surplus Machines Powering a Cutting-Edge Science Museum

Machines fill the floor of the Exploratorium, San Francisco's beloved interactive science museum. Over there is a contraption called Bicycle Legs, in which visitors manipulate air pumps to replicate muscles we use when pedaling (it's trickier than it sounds).

Watch The Myo Armband Make One 2048 Addict Feel Like He’s “A Part” Of The Game

In a new demo video of how Thalmic Labs’ Myo gesture control armband might be used to control devices in the future, we see a player of the addictive puzzler 2048 interacting with the game with hand and finger movements, as picked up by the interface accessory.



Digital Dragons 2014: Live updates from Krakow

ITProPortal is has landed in the beautiful city of Krakow to bring you minute by minute info on the one of the biggest games industry conferences in Europe. Read more:

2014 上海国际商用及公务船舶展览会Seawork Asia

新闻发布会在沪召开 上海2014年8月12日电 /美通社/ -- 2014上海国际商用及公务船舶展览会上海新闻发布会于2014年7月29日北京时间14点在上海小南国花园饭店红宝石厅举行。

苹果花1.61亿美元建发布会大厅 7400万修健身房

外媒 BuildZoom 爆料,他们挖掘出了苹果在“太空船”新园区里修建发布会大厅的许可证,上面显示未来的发布会会场将会有 1000 个座位,花费达到 1.61 亿美元。


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Broken bat bloodies fan during Red Sox game

Friday night's Red Sox v. A's game came to a halt when a piece of a broken bat flew into the stands at Fenway Park, striking and injuring a fan. After several minutes of being attended to by medical personnel,

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