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For the love of Bong! He's Chief Contract Killer Evangelist... for WHAT NOW?

Comment We're in one of those phases of the tech biz where imitation equals innovation, if you add excremental incremental changes and a personable plonker to spokesperson The Coming Revolution. Having lived through this once before, this scribe can't work up a good hype-cycle over boilerplate “innovation”. It's colour-by-numbers …
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Enormo reseller Insight seeks experienced sales hands for City pad

Headhunters will be on red alert after Insight confirmed plans to establish a sales outpost in the City in a bid to snuggle up to existing and potential corporate customers. The firm has rented some space from an unspecified service delivery partner in Aldgate to rub shoulders with Kelway, Misco, Softcat, Computacenter and …
Paul Kunert, 20 Mar 2014
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CIOs: Don't listen to tech vendors on ICT skills, listen to US

An alliance of CIOs at some of the biggest companies and organisations operating in Britain has issued a call to action, saying that it's time the government stops listening to technology firms on IT issues and starts paying attention to the people that actually use the technology. A new report from the Education and Skills …
Lewis Page, 14 Jan 2013

Win 8 ready for slate ... but biz customers can wait

In a fortnight you’ll start to hear Microsoft's marketing machine crunching into overdrive as Windows 8 is driven onto the market. Not only will you hear from them, but also from the hardware manufacturers who are primed and ready to simultaneously release a slew of products that will support and embrace the new functionality …
Andy Goddard, 15 Oct 2012

Titans of tech: Why I'll never trust 'em

Sysadmin blog I am responsible for making decisions regarding the purchase of computer hardware, software and services. I advise others regarding the tactical and strategic implementations of technologies and IT-related services. The financial security and stability of my own company, the companies of my clients and all the associated …
Trevor Pott, 7 Sep 2012
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Google puckers up to biz world

Google released a brace of new products today pitched at SMBs and high-end, tech savvy corporations. The latest version of Search Appliance, which Google first launched in 2001, is aimed at large organisations with tons of paperwork to plough through. Google said in a blog post that version 6 of the tool has the capacity to …
Kelly Fiveash, 2 Jun 2009
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Satyam sold to BT-backed Indian firm

Tech Mahindra looks set to seize control of Satyam - the almost terminally troubled Indian outsourcer. Tech Mahindra has paid $351m for a 31 per cent stake in the firm - on top of the 31 per cent it already owned. This gives a rough value for Satyam of $1bn, a good premium on its current share even if it is only a fraction of …
Team Register, 14 Apr 2009
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Google's 'Smart Grid' idea? Get the govt to pay for it

Advertising colossus Google has announced a partnership with engineering titan GE, aimed at introducing "a combination of technologies that could be known as the 'smart grid'." Google doesn't explain in hard and fast terms just what it thinks would make a grid smart. However, Google spokesman Michael Terrill, writing at the …
Lewis Page, 19 Sep 2008

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