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Thousands of pupils in primary and secondary schools across the UK will be introduced to the government's new computing curriculum this week as they return to school.
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The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) is planning to appoint a supplier to help digitise the criminal justice system (CJS).
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Mobile payments software provider Monitise has announced its CIO, Mike Keyworth, is to step down as part of board and senior executive personnel changes.
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Chinese antitrust regulators today ordered Microsoft to explain compatibility and bundling issues with its software and gave the U.S. company 20 days to comply.
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Travis Perkins is part-way through developing a new multi-channel IT platform to be extended across the business in 2015 and 2016, the company said in its interim results.
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Europol launched a cybercrime task force Monday to fight online crime in the EU and other countries.
Strategic Finance
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The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) is planning to appoint a supplier to help digitise the criminal justice system (CJS).
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Chinese antitrust regulators today ordered Microsoft to explain compatibility and bundling issues with its software and gave the U.S. company 20 days to comply.
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Competing forces are affecting people who work on help or service desks. One is improving automation tools, which advocates say can replace level 1 and 2 support staff. At the same time, the number of help desk tickets is rising each year, which puts more demand on the service desk.
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Congress has been pursuing an investigation into alleged misconduct at the IRS, and as a part of that investigation it requested emails from former IRS director Lois Lerner for the timeframe in question. The response Congress got was those emails--along with any archive or backups of those emails--have been erased and are no longer available. There are legal and compliance requirements organizations must abide by when it comes to retention of information, and the IRS apparently dropped the ball.
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Accounting software vendor, MYOB, has invested in a minority stake in point of sale (POS) start-up, Kounta.
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Wynyard Group has launched an advanced risk management and compliance software solution specifically designed to help New Zealand government departments, agencies, state-owned enterprises, Crown entities and ministerial offices comply with the New Zealand Information Security Manual (NZISM).
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Thousands of pupils in primary and secondary schools across the UK will be introduced to the government's new computing curriculum this week as they return to school.
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Mobile payments software provider Monitise has announced its CIO, Mike Keyworth, is to step down as part of board and senior executive personnel changes.
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Travis Perkins is part-way through developing a new multi-channel IT platform to be extended across the business in 2015 and 2016, the company said in its interim results.
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Europol launched a cybercrime task force Monday to fight online crime in the EU and other countries.
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Chinese authorities have issued a 20-day deadline for Microsoft to explain "compatibility problems" with its Windows and Office software, after previously warning the company not to obstruct an anti-monopoly investigation.
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Competing forces are affecting people who work on help or service desks. One is improving automation tools, which advocates say can replace level 1 and 2 support staff. At the same time, the number of help desk tickets is rising each year, which puts more demand on the service desk.
Human Capital
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Cisco Systems will cut as many as 6,000 jobs over the next 12 months, saying it needs to shift resources to growing businesses such as cloud, software and security.
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One of the first casualties of Microsoft's massive layoffs will be the company's Xbox Entertainment Studios, the company said, although some of its flagship entertainment offerings will remain.
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Microsoft's 14 percent staff reduction, the largest in its history and focused heavily on employees acquired from Nokia's devices and services business, has some observers thinking Satya Nadella got a bad case of Lumia-induced indigestion.