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  • August 22, 2018 22 Aug'18

    NHS Digital plans for £450m GP IT framework

    A framework for GP IT systems and services will replace the GP Systems of Choice (GPSoC) contract and aims to make procurement easier for suppliers and primary care providers

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      This year’s pandemic has cast a harsh light on the difficulty of securing endpoints, particularly those that aren’t connected to the corporate network. Working without the insulation of the corporate firewall limits IT from auditing and controlling devices at the granular level needed, in many cases leaving it to users to secure their own desktops. See More

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  • August 22, 2018 22 Aug'18

    Microsoft dominates SaaS thanks to collaboration software

    Microsoft’s software-as-a-service business is growing at 45% a year, well ahead of the rest of the market, reports Synergy Research Group

  • August 22, 2018 22 Aug'18

    How Imperial Brands is taking control of its software licences

    Central control gives the tobacco company the data required to manage software licences and ensure it pays only for the assets it needs

  • August 21, 2018 21 Aug'18

    New Zealand to run national cyber security exercise

    The island-nation will test the resilience of its critical infrastructure in November 2018, bringing together multiple agencies to protect assets of national significance

  • August 21, 2018 21 Aug'18

    The risk of upgrading to S/4 Hana

    S/4 Hana has been touted as the evolution of SAP's long-standing ERP suite, but with just six years to upgrade, how can businesses avoid an expensive SAP flop?

  • August 21, 2018 21 Aug'18

    Windfarm benefit fund helps pay for full-fibre broadband

    A number of communities in the Highlands are using benefit funds established by a local windfarm provider to pay for full-fibre broadband services

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