September 2000

  • September 27, 2000 27 Sep'00

    E-envoy defends 3G sale

    Mike Simons

    Alex Allan, the outgoing e-envoy, has slammed claims that the third-generation (3G) mobile licence auction will saddle...

  • September 27, 2000 27 Sep'00

    Europe faces e-skills shortage

    Europe may be poised to take charge of the world's e-business economy, but unless serious skills shortages are addressed, the...

  • September 27, 2000 27 Sep'00

    IR35 will get the vote

    With the Tories promising a review of the legislation if they're voted into power, and Labour sticking firmly to its guns on the matter, IR35 is likely to...

  • September 27, 2000 27 Sep'00

    Comms on the move

    Communications specialist Avaya has celebrated its arrival as an independent company with the launch of the Enterprise Class IP...

  • September 27, 2000 27 Sep'00

    Baan wins £5m DARA deal

    Mike Simons

    The Government's Defence Aviation Repair Agency (DARA) has lifted some of the gloom for Baan users by placing a £5m order...

  • September 27, 2000 27 Sep'00

    Call to join up visas and IR35

    The Professional Contractors Group (PCG) has called on the Government to "join up" its thinking on IR35 after immigration minister Barbara Roche recognised...

  • September 27, 2000 27 Sep'00

    BCS prompts ministers to scrutinise IT training deal

    Government ministers are rushing to act on a BCS warning that a new scheme to encourage IT training opens the way for suppliers to increase their fees...

  • September 27, 2000 27 Sep'00

    Budgens closes Web shop after £1m spend

    Robert Dunt

    Budgens, known for its local food stores, has pulled its online sales service just a year after it began.

    The Web service was...

  • September 27, 2000 27 Sep'00

    Is huge IT staff transfer to EDS lawful?

    Tony Collins

    A test case in the European Court of Justice could decide whether the UK Government has awarded some large IT procurement...