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May 2000

  • April 26, 2000 26 Apr'00

    Disadvantaged to get wired



    Government announces £10m package to deliver online service to deprived communities from the end of 2001

    The Government has announced a £10m Wired...

  • April 26, 2000 26 Apr'00

    Working version of Charles Babbage's Difference Engine



    Science Museum curator Dolon Swade has spent the past 15 years completing a working version of Charles Babbage's Difference Engine and Printer from the...

  • April 26, 2000 26 Apr'00

    Volkswagen to go it alone with supplier exchange



    Antony Savvas

    Volkswagen has said it will save up to 50% on its supply chain costs thanks to a new business-to-business Internet...

  • April 26, 2000 26 Apr'00

    PocketPC lacks enterprise tools



    The PocketPC launched last week by Microsoft offers built-in middleware for enterprise integration, but users may face difficulties building enterprise...

  • April 26, 2000 26 Apr'00

    UKCMG tackles Ucita



    New US legislation that puts suppliers in a commanding position during software licence disputes will be a hot topic at the UKCMG user group meeting in...

  • April 26, 2000 26 Apr'00

    Users voice local loop concerns



    Users are concerned that BT's corporate re-organisation will create uncertainty over the ownership of the telecoms local loop and confusion over how the...

  • April 26, 2000 26 Apr'00

    Outsourcing to move beyond IT



    Guy Campos

    Business process management is counting on more and more outsourcing activity as interest in IT outsourcing dwindles,...

  • April 26, 2000 26 Apr'00

    Opto-chip diet broadens your band

    Latest invention promises to raise Internet performance tenfold, writes Pravin Jeyaraj

  • April 26, 2000 26 Apr'00

    Pegler loses out as Wang UK winds up



    A UK user has been left short of a £14m High Court award because a computer supplier is going into liquidation, writes Lindsay Clark.

    Following a...

  • April 26, 2000 26 Apr'00

    Music societies hire Compaq



    The music societies that chase performance royalties have hired Compaq to run their joint IT department in a £10m deal.

    The four-year contract will...

  • April 26, 2000 26 Apr'00

    IT directors: unlicensed software use inevitable



    Antony Savvas

    The majority of UK firms believe it is inevitable that corporate IT systems will run unlicensed software.

    The...

  • April 26, 2000 26 Apr'00

    Government defends Nats sell-off



    Tony Collins

    The Government has suggested that private-sector executives will manage new technology better than the civil servants at...

  • April 26, 2000 26 Apr'00

    Marketing-IT divide costs money



    David Bicknell

    Poor communication between marketing and IT is partly to blame for the poor delivery of financial services via the...

  • April 26, 2000 26 Apr'00

    Directors' forum agenda released



    Antony Savvas

    The final agenda for this summer's IT Directors' Forum has been released, with delegates promised a conference that will...

  • April 26, 2000 26 Apr'00

    TMA dismisses 'data cleaning day'



    Antony Savvas

    Despite chaos among telecoms firms and their users after the introduction of the new Big Number telephone changes, a national...

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