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Has anyone kept a count of the number of times the government has said it is going to move to open source software? It's been a favoured goal for many years without ever seriously looking like it ...
Now here's an irony. After two or three years of vendor cloudwash and relentless marketing to IT leaders about why they should move to the cloud, it seems those CIOs have accepted their suppliers' ...
Last night, President Obama hosted a dinner with the leaders of the US technology industry in California. It was certainly the IT equivalent of the best celebrity bashes, and a rare event to bring ...
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Only last week, I wrote on this blog that David Cameron and Co are quickly learning that the problems of government IT are more intractable than their pre-election good intentions are likely to ...
A new government is learning that being in power is a different game from being in opposition when it comes to IT policy. It's not the coalition's fault - it's what happens when you get a new bunch ...
Since the first stirrings of the dot com boom, we have been told that cash is on its way out, and electronic money is around the corner. Next week, on 14 February, is the fifth anniversary of the ...