The Belgian privacy watchdog is taking Facebook to court over its privacy practices and how it handles 'social plugins'.
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Procurement improvements and less bureaucracy will lead to billions of euros of efficiencies over the next two years, Siemens hopes.
Microsoft and SAP are the latest to feel the government's belt being tightened, after Whitehall negotiated around £70m of savings.The savings will see £65m cut from the public sector's spend on Microsoft and at least £3m from SAP by 2012-13.
More than £450,000 has been spent through the government's CloudStore to date, according to the Cabinet Office.The CloudStore, which opened in February, allows public sector organisations to purchase cloud services from an online catalogue.
Nokia on Thursday announced the latest in a series of shake-ups of its business. The latest overhaul sees the company cutting staff, selling off its luxury phone unit Vertu and rejigging its management.
BT is to add 25,000 extra hotspots to its Wi-Fi network ahead of the London 2012 Olympics.The telco plans to have 500,000 hotspots up and running in time for the Games, which kick off on 27 July.
Statistics released by the Cabinet Office reveal how much the public sector is spending on IT, and how only the tiniest fraction of assets are reused despite government pledges
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