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Public sector IT professionals are no doubt gearing up for difficult times ahead. Already, government CIOs are warning of the risk of losing talented staff as the impending budget cuts to be ...
As expected, the new government has scrapped the controversial and unwieldy identity cards project created as a flagship of Labour policy. Labour's problem was that it never properly explained why ...
Following the Conservatives and Liberal Democrat coalition's rise to power, the Identity and Passport Service (IPS) has taken rapid action over the two parties' manifesto promises to scrap ID ...
- - Editor in chief 12 May 2010
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So we finally know who our new government is. The buzz on Twitter has claimed that the UK is now the ConDem Nation, but already there are glimpses of the new administration's plans for IT - not ...
To upgrade or not to upgrade, that is the question for most of Microsoft's customers. There were times when the latest release of a new version of a major Microsoft product was a huge catalyst for ...
It is very unlikely that anybody who goes to the polling booth this week will base their voting decision on the IT policies of the parties listed before them. But the fact that Gordon Brown, Nick ...