<a href="http://www.computerworlduk.com/management/careers-hr/people-management/news/index.cfm?newsId=19270">Vodafone</a> has said a system standardisation programme will play a key role in delivering it with £2 billion worth of savings by 2012.
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Jimmy Wales, co-founder of Wikipedia, has revoked some his site founder's privileges after contributors protested that he had deleted images of children without warning.
The IT industry has been left with an uncertain future after the General Election resulted in Britain's first hung parliament in decades.
Lloyds Banking Group has said it is "on track" for £2 billion (US$3 billion) savings from the merger of Lloyds TSB and HBOS, as it announced a return to profit.
SAP user groups will see the vendor's product plans and have much more influence on future development, after a new working group was formed.
Businesses remain very overconfident about security, according to an extensive study on their practices.
BSkyB has asked a high court judge to order a £49 million payment from HP, so that it can recover its full legal costs in the parties' ten-year dispute.
A judicial review, over the planned extradition of Nasa and Pentagon hacker Gary McKinnon, has been set for 25 and 26 May.
The security measures at Royal Dutch Shell are under close scrutiny after the details of 176,000 employees and contractors were emailed to campaigners.
High speed electronic stock exchanges around the world face a possible data meltdown, as trading volumes grow exponentially with computers doing most of the selling and buying.
Businesses claim to have improved their management processes and the way in which IT supports them, more than a year after the recession began to bite hard.
Businesses and the public sector will begin to spend more money on technology this year, according to analyst house Forrester.
Many businesses want an exact map of their IT skills as they enter a potentially tough year, according to the findings of a large survey by the British Computer Society.
Hundreds of UK Fujitsu employees went on strike last week in the first ever national walkout at an IT company.
Salesforce.com's soon-to-be-launched Chatter application will help firms meet their collaboration needs, and is aimed at becoming the "Facebook for the enterprise", according to chief executive Marc Benioff.