A new book paints a gloomy picture of the future of work
Buying IT systems is notoriously difficult, which might be thought a reason for approaching them with less than the current blind faith. But they are only the most obvious symptom of a much broader failing which a number of observers believe could undermi
THE UK public sector will fork out euros 21 billion (pounds 14bn) on IT this year, 40 per cent higher than the total for France or Germany. This may be a matter for disquiet rather than rejoincing.
I S THE National Programme for IT in the National Health Service, the largest civil IT initiative in the world, a bold and innovative move that will push both the NHS and the British IT industry to the forefront of healthcare technology and practice? Or i