The UK surveillance agency GCHQ tackles a shortage of graduates with the necessary information security skills by accrediting degree courses.
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A whole-of-government approach to managing contracts in the Queensland government has failed to reap the expected benefits because the government didn't ensure the new system was compatible with the SAP finance system.
Job adverts for IT vacancies place heavier emphasis on candidates having Java, agile development and ASP skills this year, while demand for C and SQL appears to be dropping in the UK.
E-Skills UK is working with several businesses to offer cybersecurity apprenticeships that could help train the next generation of cyber warriors.
Software as a service giant Salesforce.com is building a UK datacentre to meet growing demand in Europe
Critical IT issues relating to the UK's universal credit system could leave benefit fraudsters better off. All part of the "digital by default" strategy, of course.
Smarting from her Great Debate trouncing, Denise Amrich attempts to explain one last time that prepaid phones are a Wild West of chaos and off-brands. Contracts are the basis of the Service Level Agreements that every IT operation knows and loves, for good reason.
The U.K. government says that major companies that do not pay the full amount of corporation tax will be banned from bidding on public-sector contracts, potentially harming the likes of Google, Microsoft, Amazon and IBM, among others.
A report into the UK's Cyber Security Strategy has found that a lack of workers with the right security skills is making it difficult for the country to defend itself online.
The UK government has detailed plans to teach schoolchildren in England programming and networking skills.
Computer science has been introduced to the English Baccalaureate as the fourth science subject. What difference will this make to computer learning?
The UK may have had a head start on graphene research, but it lags other countries in terms of the number of patents held. Can new funding help it tap the benefits of the so-called 'wonder material'?
Indian IT services giant will manage technology needs of a newly formed unit within the U.K.'s Home Office for an initial five years, in a deal reportedly worth US$232 million.
The first Windows Phone 8 devices are now available to buy in the UK, from free on qualifying contracts or from £380 SIM-free
A report carried out by the Economist Intelligence Unit suggests that a shortage of digital skills and an institutional resistance to change are hampering the potential benefits that could be offered by super-fast broadband.
The UK government is giving £1m to smart graduates to entice them to become comp sci teachers and is setting up high-tech apprenticeships at its spy agencies in hopes of overcoming the IT skills shortage.
HTC's flagship Windows Phone 8 handset, its first for the UK, looks like it will cost less than £30 on some two-year contracts with the British operator.
The government should make maths compulsory for all students over 16, to plug a skills gap at undergraduate level and build a qualified workforce for UK high tech industries, a House of Lords committee has urged
Suppliers offering more standard contracts to provide benefits of scalability, and focus increasingly shifting to customer relationship to understand business needs, industry watchers note.
Google is to provide more than a hundred trainee computer science teachers in the UK with Arduino or Raspberry Pi kits as teaching aids, chairman Eric Schmidt said on Wednesday.Speaking at London's Science Museum, Schmidt noted how computer science education was essential to the development of engineering skills.
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