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Notts Uni Student Union to cut admin cost by 15% with new IT

18 hours ago  by Gary Flood
Notts Uni Student Union to cut admin cost by 15% with new IT
Nottingham Students' Union says new software is going to help it cut its admin costs by 15 per cent, a key step in its plan to deliver better services to students.

Police fear Manchester City vs Manchester United could be hit by drone-fuelled violence

31 Oct 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Police fear Manchester City vs Manchester United could be hit by drone-fuelled violence
At lunchtime on Sunday, Manchester City and Manchester United face each other for the first time this season. A certain Louis van Gaal will also get his first meaty taste of a Manchester derby.

It’s a small world: Pioneers and privacy at the Science Museum’s Information Age

30 Oct 2014  by Barclay Ballard
It’s a small world: Pioneers and privacy at the Science Museum’s Information Age
The new gallery explores the important events and innovations that helped shape network communication as we know it, bringing us closer together than we've ever been before.

Going paperless: Papworth hospital and CCube

30 Oct 2014  by Gary Flood
Going paperless: Papworth hospital and CCube
The Trust says a new system from CCube will be a big step towards it being able to improve how patient referral paperwork and medical notes are shared among clinicians and clerical staff.

NHS bodies' take to cloud expense management, says company

30 Oct 2014  by Gary Flood
NHS bodies' take to cloud expense management, says company
Software Europe’s other NHS customers also include 25 newly formed Clinical Commissioning Groups and 4 Clinical Support Units, it says.

UK government faces £5.5m bill as NHS clings on to Windows XP

29 Oct 2014  by Jamie Hinks
UK government faces £5.5m bill as NHS clings on to Windows XP
Almost all NHS Trusts are still using the outdated OS with just five of 35 trusts surveyed implementing a virtualisation plan to leave the OS behind.

WATCH: NASA's outsourcing called into question as rocket explodes on launchpad

29 Oct 2014  by Paul Cooper
WATCH: NASA's outsourcing called into question as rocket explodes on launchpad
NASA's outsourcing strategy received a major setback last night as an unmanned rocket carrying supplies and secret equipment to the International Space Station exploded in an enormous fireball.

Met Office makes £97m investment in UK's weather IT

29 Oct 2014  by Gary Flood
Met Office makes £97m investment in UK's weather IT
The Met Office's promise to produce more accurate forecasts thanks to new IT makes it the centre of our biggest national obsession: the weather!

Are glow-in-the-dark smart cycle lanes set to light up UK roads?

28 Oct 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Are glow-in-the-dark smart cycle lanes set to light up UK roads?
Developed in the Netherlands, the road markings use photo-luminescent paint, charged by sunlight, and have apparently attracted the attention of planners in London and Birmingham.

Met Office to build a £97m supercomputer to predict the weather

28 Oct 2014  by Paul Cooper
Met Office to build a £97m supercomputer to predict the weather
Guessing the weather in the UK is never an easy task. Thankfully, the Met office is pumping a £97m into a new supercomputer designed to spot weather trends faster and with greater accuracy.

Indian IT firm aids UCAS on busiest day of university applications

28 Oct 2014  by Gary Flood
Indian IT firm aids UCAS on busiest day of university applications
The firm, appointed to support UCAS technology at the start of the year, worked with UCAS staff to ensure all its systems could handle the massive workload required on 14 August - A-level results day.