- 31 Aug 2011
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Tony Sale started rebuilding the Colossus computer using his and his wife Margaret's own savings in 1994. It is said no-one believed it was possible.Just as no-one had believed Tommy Flowers when ...
Home Office plans to make police more accountable will make police ICT less accountable, and at a time when it is becoming in the words of Lord Wasserman, the man behind the reforms, "the key to ...
The Cabinet Office has chosen a proprietary software system to implement the keystone of its policy to create a level playing field for open source.
- 11 Aug 2011
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Bristol City Council's failure to deliver on its open source strategy is beginning to make the coalition government's manifesto commitment on open source look incontinent.The council's own open ...
People often ask me what its like being the richest man in the world.Let me tell you, I always say, It's tough.You have to spend a lot of time feeding starving children to stop people asking ...
The Department of Health and South Central Strategic Health Authority may have forced inadequate, incomplete and immoderately priced BT RiO software down the throats on health Trusts under the ...
When the Department for Health signed £5bn of contracts for care records systems in 2003, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Mental Health Trust (OBMH) already had one.But OBMH was forced to swallow ...