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Thanks Microsoft - we now know that everybody prefers ODF to OOXML for government document standards- Editor in chief 24 Feb 2014
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The UK government's consultation on the use of open document formats has closed*, and we now wait for the acid test of the Cabinet Office commitment to open standards.The outcome of this process ...
Microsoft's call to its friends in the software community to contribute to the government's consultation on open document formats seems to have worked. Although, perhaps not as Microsoft intended. ...
The rumbling, growing row over the NHS England Care.data service has become an instruction manual for how not to handle data privacy in the digital age.For anyone not aware of the issue, Care.data ...
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There has been a lot of discussion lately on the topic of teaching school children how to code. Some controversy has ensued - as ever - around some of the initiatives, but there is little ...
In the space of a few days, a chap called Satya Nadella has become the most written about individual in global IT. Even though few people outside the circle of journalists covering Microsoft had ...
Do you believe Iain Duncan Smith?This is becoming a key question in the progress of the troubled Universal Credit welfare reform programme. The secretary of state for work and pensions has staked ...