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Government's free schools expansion set to drive ICT investment
By Neil Merrett
49 new free schools will create thousands of student places nationwide and drive link ups with companies such as Microsoft, Google and Samsung
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AXELOS publishes Newcastle University ITIL study
By Neil Merrett
New findings outline the importance of change management and early engagement with colleagues to ensure best practice around IT use in organisations
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City & Guilds goes digital with UNIT4 ERP choice
By David Bicknell
Agresso ERP contract intended to underpin shared services for HR and projects
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Schools set to benefit from Microsoft-Capita SIMS tie-up
By David Bicknell
Agreement will enable schools to access SIMS management information system using Azure Cloud platform
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Superfast drives Dorset thinking as council ponders struggle to sign up PSN partners
By David Bicknell
Report suggests DPSN partners failed to invest enough time in supporting Kcom business development activity; schools currently connected to DPSN to consider alternative broadband deals
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JANET wants to beef up security of academic network
By David Bicknell
Pre-tender lots focus on ability to investigate security incidents and fight off DDoS attacks
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Tri-borough issues £200m telephony framework tender
By Neil Merrett
Framework aims to provide networks, connectivity and PSN compliant services to public sector bodies across Greater London area
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Cabinet Office plans further Digital Marketplace expansion
By Neil Merrett
Government has held discussions over potentially adding two or three frameworks to marketplace alongside G-Cloud and the Digital Services Framework
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Academy chain drops PwC outsource plan
By David Bicknell
Consultations with stakeholders, including DfE, drives AET decision not to continue with proposed joint venture with PwC and instead develop an internal solution
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Nottingham University picks Ciber as IT overhaul partner
By Neil Merrett
Company chosen to assist university with configuring new software solution to meet key aims of its Project Transform initiative
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NAO highlights DfE's oversight gap on underperformance
By David Bicknell
Watchdog's criticism may spur need for new ICT systems to provide missing information on intervention effectiveness
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CCS launches ICT Services for Education framework
By David Bicknell
Cloud, virtualisation and BYOD likely to be key drivers for £300m framework due since pre-tender out in Summer 2013
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Use of VEAT notices to avoid contract competition grows
By David Bicknell
NHS is typical user of notices which allow only a ten-day standstill period for companies to challenge contract awards
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Kable report argues for rethink of security spending priorities
By David Bicknell
Report suggests that all networks should be assumed to be compromised and what matters most is forensic intelligence and ability to react to breaches
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Wales finalises BT’s PSN deal
By Neil Merrett
Seven year PBSA agreement will continue to connect public sector service providers across Wales as BT pledges to push ahead with evolution of network
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