Thursday, May 31, 2012
Mahindra Satyam creates French Aerospace and Defense centre
Global Engineering and IT services provider Mahindra Satyam have announced the setting up of an delivery centre for Aerospace and Defense in Toulouse, France, as part of the companies European expansion strategy.
Salesforce prepares to finalise acquisition of Buddy Media
The acquisition of Buddy Media by Salesforce comes on the back similar acquisitions by rival companies as they look to deliver on the social CRM in the cloud, with social marketing integration.
Canadian CGI to buy IT services giant Logica for £1.7 billion
Global IT Anglo-Dutch services firm Logica, whose clients include companies such as BT, Shell, BAE Systems has recommended a £1.7 billion takeover offer by Canadian CGI Group Inc.
Public Sector in prime position to increase Big Data
New research from YouGov shows that the UK government needs to increase the simplicity of information requests in order to benefit from the quality of the data.
Wokingham Council reduces customer response times by over half
The implementation of cloud based software by Wokingham Borough Council has reduced response times to customer emails from 10 working days to three.
CSC admits NHS account errors
The American technology giant CSC has admitted that accounts relating to its NHS Lorenzo contract contained substantial errors.
Premier Foods moves to Google Apps
Google has been awarded a contract from premier Foods to provide there Apps for Business service. The service will increase the company’s web-based collaboration and communication suite.
Open source software saves UK Home Office £10 million
The use of open source software for running messaging infrastructure used within border control saved the Home Office £10 million.
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Aegis launches Proactive Intelligence
Global business service and management company Aegis have announced today the launch of Aegis Proactive Intelligence (Pi), a new state-of-the-art-solution, designed to drive management services.
Businesses view 4G as significant in increasing business productivity
A survey carried out by mobile and internet service provider Everything Everywhere recorded that 86 percent of UK businesses believed 4G would increase productivity.