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...

ICANN reveals how it responded to GDPR

ICANN's president acknowledges the organisation began the process of GDPR compliance quite late.

First worldwide 5G standard approved

3GPP and mobile industry announce first 5G standalone specifications.

As the World Cup kicks off, here are 10 lessons IT teams can learn

How do you create a winning IT team?

Microsoft: Why cloud security should be your company's key focus

Security head tells us why Microsoft’s scale makes it the ideal cloud and online protection partner.

5 steps to achieving proactive customer services

It's time for your organisation to transform its customer service from reactive to proactive.

Why open source is good for business, and people

By adopting open source, organisations can help their developers collaborate and innovate.

Watch out: rising malware attacks designed to mine cryptocurrencies

Businesses and individuals must remain vigilant to protect themselves from cryptojacking.

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:

Mobile Control In The Cloud: ItsOn Raises $12.5M From Tenaya And Andreessen Horowitz

ItsOn, startup founded by alums from Qualcomm, Nokia and Yahoo that has developed a cloud-based mobile services platform that it sells as both a B2B and B2C product, is today confirming that it has raised a Series C round of $12.

These Photos of Rest Areas Will Make You Want to Take a Road Trip

The rest areas were always my favorite parts of road trips. There was room to walk around and, somewhere, a vending area. I always got lost in the weird maps and wondered who used those curious barbecues. And so when I saw Nicolò Sertorios blissfully barren photo series, I wanted to hop in the car.

Tabby Awards /Business winners for 2014 announced

An expert panel has voted on the best business apps going, with awards across the Android, iOS and Windows ecosystems.Read more:

Mac平台iOS 8越狱工具盘古1.0正式发布

Mac版盘古越狱( for iOS8 v1.0.0 刚刚正式发布,与Windows版本一样,Mac版也支持所有运行iOS8.0-8.1的苹果硬件的越狱,仅仅是所支持的平台不同,在使用方法和效果上也没有太大的区别。

This Coat Lets You Signal Your Turn With Flashing LEDs

This is the Visijax wearable, or, to put it another way: a coat. But it's got a trick quite literally up it's sleeve, in the form of embedded LEDs that flash when the rider raises his arm to signal a turn.Read more...




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Check Out These Mind-Blowing Megalodon Teeth Made Out Of Chocolate

If you’re unsatisfied with more traditional Easter fare, like warping your eggs into cubes, or gifting your loved ones with a chocolate death mask of your own face, then Fossil Era has got you covered with Chocolate Megalodon teeth,


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