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  • October 18, 2010 18 Oct'10

    London Stock Exchange lets suppliers into its datacentres

    The London Stock Exchange has invited suppliers of market data into its datacentre, where it already hosts the systems of trading firms, to increase the...

  • October 06, 2010 06 Oct'10

    BA builds SOA for the long haul

    From next month British Airways (BA) will begin rolling out a service-oriented architecture that will eventually enable it to migrate from its 40-year-old mainframe system built on IBM's transaction processing facility (TPF).

  • September 17, 2010 17 Sep'10

    Thomas Cook awards IT deal to Capgemini

    Thomas Cook has signed a contract with Capgemini to modernise its IT infrastructure

  • September 17, 2010 17 Sep'10

    Oracle beats forecasts with $7.59bn quarter earnings

    Oracle has reported sales of $7.59bn in the three months ending 31 August, up 50% on the same period the year before and above average analyst forecasts of $7.32bn.

  • August 03, 2010 03 Aug'10

    CIA and Google invest in high-tech crystal ball technology

    The CIA and Google have joined forces to fund a start-up company that claims to have the technology to predict the future using information collected from the internet.

  • July 30, 2010 30 Jul'10

    Oracle accused of defrauding US federal government

    The US Department of Justice has filed a civil suit in a federal court against Oracle, accusing the company of defrauding the federal government by overcharging for software.

  • July 29, 2010 29 Jul'10

    PeerIndex launches as authority ranking platform

    The first platform for recognising authority on the web, PeerIndex has launched, attempting to rank web users according to their authority on different subjects rather than the number of contacts they have.

  • July 27, 2010 27 Jul'10

    Betfair seeks IT recruits with global ambitions

    Online gambling firm Betfair is looking to hire nearly 100 technology employees and graduates across different areas of expertise. The company is now looking to recruit 80 to 90 people with expertise in areas including C#, C++, SQL Server and Java, ...

  • July 22, 2010 22 Jul'10

    Yorkshire and Clydesdale human error exacerbated by computer

    Thousands of customers of the Yorkshire and Clydesdale banks face having to pay more for their mortgages after a "rounding error" was made when a system was upgraded.

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