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V3 Hot Seat: Head of ICT service delivery and vendor management, University College London Hospital, Mark Taglietti

22 Apr 2014 Alastair Stevenson

We get the inside scoop on the man powering UCLH's BYOD and data analytics push

Public Health England wants to develop digital strategy

17 Apr 2014 GCN News

Tender seeks help under Digital Services Framework in getting strategy written by end of July

Council websites 'falling behind' world's top brands

17 Apr 2014 LocalGov News

Just 2% of citizens think government’s digital services will have an effect

17 Apr 2014 ComputerWeekly (Caroline Baldwin)

Only 2% of the UK believe the government’s push to offer public services digitally will have a great effect on their lives

Employment pilot for London homeless wins government support

17 Apr 2014 LocalGov News

IBM profit falls on weak hardware sales and transition costs

17 Apr 2014 CIO News (Joab Jackson)

Falling hardware sales and the cost of layoffs hit IBM's profit hard in the first quarter, sending it down 21 percent from a year earlier.

Google profits rise but ad cost-per-click income slides

17 Apr 2014 Dan Worth

Investors wary as ability to generate mobile revenue remains a concern

Centerprise ICT 2015 Treasury contract guarantee of SME commitment

17 Apr 2014 ComputerWeekly (Alex Scroxton)

HM Treasury has handed a four year media and wireless contract understood to be worth around £2.5m to Hampshire-based services provider Centerprise, under the auspices of its ICT 2015 contracts

Humber NHS weighs electronic patient records options

17 Apr 2014 GCN News

Trust's market engagement exercise may spur £3.5m-£6m procurement later in 2014

G-Cloud sales reach £154m with SMBs winning most deals

16 Apr 2014 Rosalie Marshall

G-Cloud team celebrates new milestone as government departments continue adoption of cloud services

Tata revenue and profit up on strong outsourcing demand

16 Apr 2014 CIO News (John Ribeiro)

India's largest outsourcer, Tata Consultancy Services, is boosting hiring and offering wage hikes after reporting strong revenue and profit growth in its recently concluded fiscal year.

NHS 24 to deploy new IT system "when it is safe to do so"

15 Apr 2014 GCN News

Patient contact and triage management system reported to have been delayed

Labour digital policy review examines continuous innovation

15 Apr 2014 GCN News

Call for evidence is latest in series of requests for input into review of digital government

Interview: How Ordnance Survey supports geolocation startups

15 Apr 2014 ComputerWeekly (Caroline Baldwin)

Ordnance Survey has named three budding geolocation startups as winners in its latest Developer Challenge

EU data privacy authorities approve Microsoft Azure, Office 365 cloud services

15 Apr 2014 ComputerWeekly (Archana Venkatraman)

The European Union's data privacy authorities have given approval to Microsoft's cloud services including Windows Azure and Office 365

G-Cloud chief claims customers have made £120m savings

15 Apr 2014 ComputerWeekly (Caroline Baldwin)

G-Cloud and digital commercial programme director Tony Singleton has claimed public sector organisations have saved over £120m by purchasing services through the G-Cloud framework

Superfast broadband speeds rise, but rural areas still considerably slower, says Ofcom

15 Apr 2014 ComputerWeekly (Caroline Baldwin)

Superfast broadband connections – offering speeds of 30Mbps or more – rose from 5% in November 2011 to 25% in November 2013, says Ofcom

HTE tenders for document storage and electronic records system

14 Apr 2014 GCN News

Three-year £100m-£500m framework will apply to health bodies, local authorities and blue-light services across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland

Treasury and GDS advise on agile project business cases

14 Apr 2014 GCN News

Pair hope guidance will release potential of agile approach to produce better systems more quickly and cheaply

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