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  • Trustmarque uncovers Scottish NHS bonanza

    Trustmarque has scored a lucrative £20m contract to provide software and services to the Scottish health service under a new NHS National Services Scotland (NHS NSS) framework. 

  • Maude will tell IT suppliers savings have to be permanent

    Cabinet Secretary Francis Maude will tell the top 20 ICT suppliers to the government that costs must continue to be controlled and contracts need to be more flexible. 

  • FAST urges whistleblowers to come forward

    FAST has reacted with dismay to a survey indicating less people are prepared or aware of the legal protection for those that whistle blow illegal software users 

  • Research: Security and software spending on the rise

    Security and software are the areas where money is still being spent according to those resellers quizzed in exclusive MicroScope research 

  • Microsoft's Android patent bonanza

    Here's an interesting stat: according to Microsoft, it now has patent agreements with OEMs that account for over half of all Android devices. Including its latest deal with Compal, Microsoft has patent agreements with 10 Android device makers. ... 

  • Red Hat: on track to become a billion dollar open source software company

    Amid all the reports about Red Hat's very strong performance in the second quarter ending 31 August, only one site seems to have picked up on an intriguing comment made by the vendor's CEO Jim Whitehurst in the statement accompanying the results anno... 

  • What if Samsung's Kubrick Defence had succeeded?

    Samsung's attempts to use 2001: A Space Odysseyin its defence against Apple in a German court have come to naught. The Korean giant had sought to overturn an injunction against the sale of its Galaxy Tab devices in Germany by arguing a sequence in th... 

  • Google spurned offer to join Microsoft and Apple in bid for "bogus patents"

    To many people out there, the name Brad Smith might not be too familiar. He'sMicrosoft's general counsel and most of the time anyone would have come across his name in the past would probably have been in defending the software giant against anti-mon... 

  • Does privatisation plan for police IT cross the thin blue line?

    This has got to be one of the most bizarre ideas I've seen when it comes to a public service. We have become accustomed to the notion of private businesses being contracted to provide IT systems for public bodies but the suggestion that those compani... 

  • Name and shame scheme for late payers will only work if they feel shame

    The Forum of Private Business is on the warpath over late payers. It has set up a 'late payment hall of shame' and is encouraging small businesses to provide details anonymously of companies that are late in paying their bills. Late payment can b...