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John Jackson to lead London Grid for Learning
By David Bicknell
Former Camden CIO named as chief executive designate for Education Trust that provides broadband and learning resources to schools and also runs London PSN
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The future of IT in schools
Capita SIMS director Phil Neal examines what the emergence of cloud and mobile technologies means for UK primary schools
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Worcestershire selects Liberata for HR and payroll support deal
By Neil Merrett
Seven year agreement will see authority transfer specific operational functions and over 100 staff to the company to provide transformational services
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Public servants pick up New Year's honours
By David Bicknell
HMRC's Lin Homer named a dame while DWP's Robert Devereux picks up knighthood
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Government to outline new UK digital strategy early in 2016
By David Bicknell
Digital economy minister Ed Vaizey highlights opportunities in education and the NHS
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University consortiums announce HPC and print framework tenders
By Neil Merrett
Two separate agreements with a maximum combined value of £580m to be launched for high-performance computing and print management services
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Scotland tenders for application development services framework
By Neil Merrett
Agreement valued up to £12m aims to meet range of needs from public and third sector organisations for design and deployment work
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Building a bigger picture in Swindon to keep vulnerable children safe
Karen Reeve, head of children, families and community health at Swindon Borough Council, discusses the pioneering work the authority has been doing to ensure key information on vulnerable children can be shared more simply between health and social care teams
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Sixth form college body urges holistic technology approach
By Neil Merrett
Further education association says that new technologies should not be used solely as a tool to drive cost efficiencies, but rather as part of strategy to improve overall standards
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Research councils' open access goal prompts HE archive action
By David Bicknell
EPSRC and RCUK policies drive open access to research data; Salford adopts Arkivum and Figshare solution
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