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Articles by Gary Flood
posted in June 2013
Plans for the facility, located adjacent to King's Cross railway station, include a roof garden and space for an interior campus.
Government commits £160 million to replacing paperwork bottlenecks in British courtrooms with Wi-Fi, screens and video.
British-born philanthropist and author of more than 100 books on computers, technology and society was a visionary who some say predicted the Internet.
Cortexica's Find Similar for Fashion analyzes images to help consumers find clothing and accessories with similar characteristics.
New research suggests service provider market is tightening, advises outsourcing customers to consider renegotiating current contracts.
IT salaries are up 5% and job openings up 500,000 over the past six months, finds Adzuna survey.
Germany's largest cable operator will help Vodafone expand from its core cellphone business to establish a "quad-play" future.
ATIS4all portal compiles information about technology that helps people with disabilities and the elderly participate more fully in life.
Royal Berkshire Foundation Trust's implementation of Cerner Millennium electronic health record system is costly to maintain and hard to use, causing patient backlogs.
Tech companies pledge 1 million pounds, sign zero-tolerance pledge and promise to help fight child abuse.
Ian Livingston will join the House of Lords and help grow the country's international investment and trade.
Corporate IT Forum singles out members' best tech projects in annual "Real Tech" awards ceremony. Other winning projects: London's subway Wi-Fi and a plumber's app.
Communication Workers Union says threat of mass walkouts forced O2 and outsourcer Capita to sign a better deal for call center staff.
The U.K.'s recently launched Information Economy Strategy could take off, but it will require a skilled workforce and a strong infrastructure.
Microsoft links its Kudo game developers' site to U.K. IT educational initiative Make Things Do Stuff; meanwhile Virgin Media, others help create weekly online sessions to challenge young developers.
In Britain, terminating a multi-billion NHS project in 2011 hasn't stopped more money from being poured into the ill-fated program, say critics.
Working with industry and academia, the plan sets out objectives designed to nurture small enterprises and prepare students for IT careers.
Forrester Research predicts IT will be embedded in various customer-facing teams.
Scotland turned to small businesses and new technologies to improve access to data about its crofts -- the country's extensive network of tiny agricultural holdings.
As Liberty Global completes its purchase of Virgin Media, London-based Vodafone considers swoop on Germany's biggest cable provider.
BT is taking advantage of taxpayers, charging a high premium for the £530 million project to bring high-speed networks to rural areas, claims leaked government report.
Whitehall unexpectedly puts £300m IT contract covering extensive user network on hold. Some speculators say it's because too few SMBs were in the running.
Ultra-low-cost broadband and refurbished desktops and laptops is digital access nonprofit's latest bid to get underprivileged online.
U.K. plan to encourage public sector to purchase cheaper IT via the cloud won't work unless government explains it better, says new research.
Stop trying to make the wave roll back, cautions analyst group, and instead focus on securing your employees' BYOD smartphones and tablets.
To keep up with the fast pace of business, CIOs must shift their budget strategy to bolster employee productivity.
British state-owned rail infrastructure manager Network Rail aims to improve efficiency, cut costs by culling unwieldy list of 270 IT vendors to only five.
Telecom will double its infrastructure spending to £900 million over the fiscal year to expand its 4G footprint.
Company may hire up to 1,600 to staff new site, which will serve as base for new business ventures in areas including TV production and book publishing.
Tighter procurement rules have saved the British government £10 billion in the last three years through savvy purchasing of everything from IT to cellphone services.