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MicroscopeUK

By Simon Quicke Apr 13, 2016

Fujitsu launches distribution review

Fujitsu has started a review of its distribution as it looks to improve the focus it has on channel partners Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

By Lis Evenstad Feb 08, 2016

NHS technology review launched

US professor Robert Wachter’s review of the NHS’s digital future will have a particular focus on clinical engagement in IT implementations Continue Reading

SearchSecurity

Mar 18, 2016

Information security book excerpts and reviews

Visit the Information Security Bookshelf for book reviews and free chapter downloads. Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

By Cliff Saran May 17, 2016

Shadbolt Review highlights ethnicity divide in graduate employment

Computer science graduates from ethnic backgrounds are more likely to be out of work six months after graduating, according to the Shadbolt Review Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

By Lis Evenstad Mar 07, 2016

Government launches review of Atos contracts

The Cabinet Office will review all government contracts with Atos worth more than £10m per year after heavy criticism in a Public Accounts Committee hearing Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

May 05, 2016

A legal perspective on Ofcom’s BT Openreach review

Frances Murphy, partner, and Joanna Christoforou, of counsel, from the London office of global law firm Morgan Lewis examine Ofcom’s review of BT’s Openreach Continue Reading

SearchFinancialApplications

By Dan Ring Evaluate Apr 29, 2016

Machine learning drives Kanjoya performance review software

Kanjoya streamlines performance management by using natural language processing to assess feedback on an employee's review and summarize strengths and areas for improvement. Continue Reading

BrianMadden

By Brian Madden Dec 29, 2015

2015 Year in Review. The verdict? meh.

Congratulations to you, desktop virtualization industry watcher, for making it through was has easily been the most boring year in the past 20 years of desktop virtualization. Not that this is a bad thing, of ... Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

By Warwick Ashford May 25, 2016

Theresa May agrees to review proposed bulk data collection powers

Labour welcomes the government’s commitment to review bulk data collection powers in the draft Investigatory Powers Bill, but says more change is needed to win the party’s backing Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

Sep 25, 2015

Secunia Vulnerability Review

The absolute number of IT security vulnerabilities detected in Secunia's 2015 annual vulnerability survey reached 15,435, discovered in 3,870 applications from 500 suppliers. Continue Reading