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Articles by Gary Flood
posted in February 2013
Merseyside hospitals will use SaaS platform Expenses Health from vendor Software Europe to cut expenses by up to 18%. National Health Service hopes such implementations will help it cut targeted £20 billion from budget.
Coalition government aims to save money and spread its wealth by awarding 25% of its contract funds to small and midsize businesses by 2015.
Tech for Good challenge will invest $758,000 in projects that use "disruptive digital technology" to create new opportunities for at-risk young adults in the U.K.
British e-commerce innovator and 'digital champion' Martha Lane Fox has been given a place in the U.K's House of Lords.
Telecommunications regulator Ofcom wants dominant provider BT to lower its prices over next three years to increase market competition and create more interest in Ethernet services.
France sets out ambitious national plan to wire the country by
2017 -- with the help of local government and industry this time.
Reputational damage, financial consequences and compliance failure are U.K. companies' main security worries, study says.
A year after it launched an easy to use, SMB-vendor friendly buying site, critics question what they see as very patchy U.K. government CloudStore success.
Sale is a third less than cash-strapped government expected, but increase in 4G services will help build a base for future digital industries, say pleased business groups.
Accenture survey suggests practical ways to get your organization on a path to digital success.
British software company will focus on its core technology stack for small and midsize businesses.
U.K. government is investing millions into space-saving technologies to improve the future of mobile broadband.
BBC, recently awash in scandal, shores up confidence in liberal corners by tapping former U.K. media minister James Purnell to lead digital strategy.
Site freezes are very bad news for travel retailers. Here's how Thomas Cook's U.K. team addressed performance problems in time for a busy holiday booking period.
British IT leaders are more than holding their own when it comes to professional compensation.
European policymakers see shifting chronic illness care into the home as a panacea to rising healthcare costs. But to get mobile healthcare off the ground, a lot of back-end work needs to be done.
U.K. government needs to invest more in country's education to head off future threats to infrastructure and the economy, says watchdog group study.
As Redcats Group trades its out-of-date mainframe for Sopra Group's software platform, it tries to ensure a seamless transition for its customers.
Evrythng offers open standard and engine that will help manufacturers label objects so that they can communicate with people and other objects.
Will Google, Amazon and other U.S. IT companies be shut out of U.K. government contracts after bragging about tax avoidance?
Clatterbridge Cancer Center in North West England is ditching its antiquated paper records for a digital system.
Employee-owned tablets and smartphones may be the key to making videoconferencing pervasive and useful to business, says Avaya.
Britain's central government could strip operating cost by better use of hot-desking, Citrix argues.
ARM's low-power, low-cost chips play a key role in the mobile consumer tech market. Why isn't its success as a British firm better recognized?
U.K. is adding jobs at a fast clip, despite its overall economic sluggishness. Why, then, are IT hiring numbers so unimpressive?
New figures show sharp decline in the number of British teenagers taking up IT as a subject. The government says it has a solution, but will it come too late?
U.S. cable industry veteran plans to take on Murdoch in key triple-play U.K. communications and entertainment market.
More Brits than Yanks understand cloud concepts, but more cloud projects are getting done in the U.S.
As British health leaders face demands for greater use of IT to improve patient care, vendor-neutral archive (VNA) technology shows promise in providing the groundwork for a national EHR.
Executive support, IT talent, and a mature digital platform are key, says research from one of Europe's leading business schools.