In this week's podcast round-up of the latest UK IT industry news, Warwick Ashford reviews the most popular stories online last week, and looks ahead to the stories breaking in the latest issue.
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Stories this week include a report from executive editor Tony Collins that the UK government is planning a 'green' strategy for the public sector; news on Barclays Bank's two-year project to link legacy systems to frontline applications using Java-based web services; and Windows Server 2008, implementation plans at General Motors (GM), Tube Lines, Newham Borough Council and frozen food supplier Windrus; and an analysis by deputy technology editor John Paul Kamath on how proposed changes to relax the rules covering BT’s wholesale broadband division have met with criticism from industry experts.
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