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Relaunch of withdrawn NHS 24 system to commence next month
By Neil Merrett
Telehealth group says it expects the phased launch of operational system to begin in September with focus on care telephony services; national rollout still intended for late 2017
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EE asks Ofcom to amend its licences to support ESN work
By David Bicknell
Requirement partly arises when signal level for emergency services mobile communications is insufficient to support penetrating into buildings; Ofcom puts out request for consultation
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Gloucestershire NHS trust asks Updata to manage its IT networks
By David Bicknell
Capita arm gains five-year deal to manage LAN and WAN infrastructure for 140 healthcare sites
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Home Office revises ESN device procurement aims
By Neil Merrett
Fresh PIN issued ahead of further market engagement to obtain devices, accessories and support services with aims to commence procurement from Q2 2017
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Branch Offices: the public sector’s Achilles’ Heel
John Street, regional director, public sector UK and Ireland for Riverbed Technology, discusses the challenge facing technology-starved remote and branch offices
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Aussies suffer Census headache as online system fails
By David Bicknell
Australian Bureau of Statistics under fire as system overload crashes website
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LGfL and Virgin Media Business hail London schools network upgrade
By David Bicknell
Upgrade project targeted 2084 schools under the LGfL 2.0 schools bandwidth upgrade project
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A10 expects Appcito will help public sector customers become cloud-ready
By David Bicknell
Acquisition by A10 of Appcito intended to help users bridge traditional and cloud environments
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Home Office insists ESN 2019 switchover on track
By David Bicknell
Impact of Brexit and worries from NAO head Sir Amyas Morse over Whitehall priorities will not affect rollout of new network starting in 2017, Home Office says
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Ofcom wants Openreach to be ‘distinct company’
By David Bicknell
Watchdog wants broadband division to be legally separate from BT, with its own board and physical network, staff, strategy and control over budget. But proposals stop short of break-up
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