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Cheque, mate? Barclays Bank borked as website, apps take cheeky siesta

Barclays Bank suffered an outage to its system which crippled the company's online service for hours on Monday afternoon. It's finally coming back to life, after the bank admitted around lunchtime today that its website and apps had fallen offline. Barclays told customers in a tweet: "We’re currently seeing some issues across …
Team Register, 7 Dec 2015
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Barclays Bank buys 8,500 Apple iPads in one go

Barclays Bank has bought no less than 8,500 Apple slabs of fondling loveliness in one go, The Channel can reveal. The buy, made with dealer Insight UK, is believed to be one of the largest roll outs of the iPad or indeed any tablet in the UK finance sector, and signals the growing acceptance of the tab tech in corporate land …
Paul Kunert, 23 Nov 2012
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Job cuts start to bite at Barclays

Barclays Bank is cutting 200 jobs from its IT department, but the bank is hoping it will reduce the number of redundancies originally announced. The redundancies are from its Global Retail and Commercial Banking department. We received an email from a Barclays worker which said 200 permanent jobs in technology and shared …
John Oates, 11 Jun 2009
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Barclays to lay off more tech staff

Barclays IT staff were shocked to receive an emailed warning today that more jobs are likely to be lost at the troubled department. The department lost 700 staff last year in a round of layoffs as part of a planned cut of 1,800 staff by 2011. Then in January Barclays laid off 400 people whose "roles and responsibilities are …
John Oates, 11 May 2009

Barclays online banking falls offline

Barclays Bank online banking service has been mostly unavailable today due to 'technical issues'. The Bank was unable to provide any further details as to what had caused the outage. Vulture Towers has received several emails today and earlier this week from unhappy customers. A spokesman told the Reg: "There have been …
John Oates, 1 Oct 2008
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DVLA, Tiscali, Barclays rake in phoneline cash

Which? magazine has produced a list of 30 companies and organisations it found to be using high-rate numbers such as 0870 and 0845, including the DVLA which apparently made £3.4 million last year from punters calling in. The list includes Tiscali, Barclays Bank, British Gas and the TV Licensing authority as well as the DVLA. …
Bill Ray, 29 May 2008
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Fayrewood ends takeover talks

Fayrewood has ended takeover talks with North Atlantic Value LLP which could have led to the company being bought. Distributor Fayrewood, which trades as Interface Solutions, had been in talks since November 2007. It is not the first time the company has been rebuffed by a suitor - previous takeover talks in 2005 were also …
John Oates, 8 May 2008
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IT staff set for chop in Barclays-ABN Amro merger

The proposed £45.6bn merger of Barclays and ABN Amro banks will result in at least 23,000 job cuts, with the IT departments looking most vulnerable. IT union Amicus was reassured by the firms that the job cuts would not likely be compulsory. They were expected to come from natural attrition, which at about 10 per cent equated …
Mark Ballard, 23 Apr 2007

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