IT news round-up podcast: Public sector IT goes green - 25 February 2008

Stories in this week's podcast round-up, presented by Warwick Ashford, include a report from executive editor Tony Collins that the UK government is planning a 'green' strategy for the public sector.

In this week's podcast round-up of the latest UK IT industry news, Warwick Ashford reviews the most popular stories online last week, and looks ahead to the stories breaking in the latest issue.

Stories this week include a report from executive editor Tony Collins that the UK government is planning a 'green' strategy for the public sector; news on Barclays Bank's two-year project to link legacy systems to frontline applications using Java-based web services; and Windows Server 2008, implementation plans at General Motors (GM), Tube Lines, Newham Borough Council and frozen food supplier Windrus; and an analysis by deputy technology editor John Paul Kamath on how proposed changes to relax the rules covering BT’s wholesale broadband division have met with criticism from industry experts.

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This was last published in February 2008

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