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NG Bailey’s FM division out classes construction arm’s performance

NG Bailey, the UK's largest independent engineering, IT and facilities services provider, has announced its financial results for the year to February 24, 2012 ǃ

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No second place for Olympics IT services

There is scarcely another IT project on Earth that requires an IT services company to set up operations every two years in completely unknown territory and then deliver on an extraordinary scale under the scrutiny of the World's media.

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Take control of your business with just one Clik

A new business management tool is now available from specialist software developer, Clik, to help facilities managers service clients more efficiently.

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Liaison Technologies puts O

Jack O'Neill has come a long way since opening the first ever surf shop on a Californian beach in 1952.  The iconic brand has become big business all over the world, especially in Europe where it operates as O'Neill Europe.

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Shortlist of three for major IT contract

Three companies are in the running to provide a single communications network to more than 20 public services in the South East that could save millions of pounds.

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Malware Monday: is big business next?

Today, July 9 may be a tough day for businesses across the globe as the safety net of replacement DNS servers protecting against DNSChanger malware is removed.

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Cognito to support up to 100 engineers in FM deal

VINCI Facilities, a facilities management company, has signed an agreement with Cognito, to provide a workforce management system to a 100 strong engineering team.

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Survey finds majority of hospitals lack robust disaster recovery plans

A healthcare software provider has released the full results from its second-annual Healthcare Data Management (HDM) survey which determined that healthcare IT leaders around the world consider disaster recovery and business continuity their most pressing data management need. Of the survey responders, 65% said their data volumes had increased over the previous year, yet only 26% said they had "robust, tried-and-tested" disaster recovery plans in place.

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Tougher deals on IT to save public sector

Two new government IT deals announced today by Minister for the Cabinet Office Francis Maude will deliver combined savings of approximately

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