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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.
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.
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.
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.
Software Europe’s other NHS customers also include 25 newly formed Clinical Commissioning Groups and 4 Clinical Support Units, it says.
Almost all NHS Trusts are still using the outdated OS with just five of 35 trusts surveyed implementing a virtualisation plan to leave the OS behind.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.