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    Cisco to acquire Israeli startup Intucell for $475m

      For about $475m, networking hardware giant Cisco is to acquire privately held network software provider intucell. The intucell, headquartered in Ra’anana, Israel was founded in 2008 and provides self-optimising network software for carriers , enabling them to adjust their cellular grid to maximize mobile traffic speeds by managing and optimizing spectrum. The deal will […]

    Apple posts record quarterly revenues driven by iPhone and iPad mini

      Covering the three months to December 29, the apple posted record revenue and pre-tax profits in its fiscal 2013 first quarters results. But, the company’s shares continued declining in value in after-hours trading falling by a further ten percent as sales failed to meet expectations amid concerns over rising production costs and squeeze profit […]

    Southwest One is charging Somerset cuts

      According to a Conservative member of its cabinet, the somerset county council’s troubled outsourcing contract with the Southwest one has stalled the authority’s program of cost cuts. With the IBM in which Somerset owns a 17.5% share, southwest one a shared services venture has meanwhile begun actively working against Somerset’s interests. However, after the […]

    HP losing grip of EDS’s Ministry of Defence contract

      The HP’s grip on a flagship Ministry of Defense deal could be weakening after rival CSC took over the pay and pensions administration services of the service personnel and veterans agency. Since 2005 the SPVA contract is held since it is acquired by HP, it is part of the Defense Information Infrastructure deal that […]

    Southwest One is blocking Somerset cuts, says county councillor

      According to a conservative member of its cabinet, the somerset county councils troubled outsourcing contract with the Southwest one has stalled the authority program of cost cuts. The councilor said that southwest one a shared services venture with the IBM in which Somerset owns a 17.5% share. The Southwest One is now suing the […]

    Bank of England hires 145 IT staff for Prudential Regulatory Authority

      To its new financial services watchdog the prudential Regulatory (PRA), the bank of England is to hire 145 IT staff to fill the roles. The PRA is a tasked with ensuring financial institutions that have the appropriate levels of liquidity to withstand a crisis. In Moorgate, it will have a total of 1,100 staff […]

    The Outsourcing Ignorance

      A team of US and Canadian psychologists published some alarming research about ignorance a few weeks back. They announced the results that they suggested that the less they know about some complex social issue like the economy and the climate. The researchers found that people outsource responsibility for knowing about scary subjects to governments. […]

    Paralympic objection against Atos reaches Whitehall

      With more than 200 activists Atos faces it today, as the two action groups organized a protest outside the company’s UK headquarters regarding its controversial work capability assessments. The French form was awarded a contract by the Department for Work and Pensions for £100m a year to conduct the WCAs, which determine whether those […]