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  • Ministry for Primary Industries appoints IT panel

    Fujitsu, Datacom and Gen-i have been appointed to a panel to provide IT managed services for government agencies and the first to take up a contract under the arrangement is the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI).

  • Fujitsu launches secure tablet PC for government

    Fujitsu has added data encryption to its <a href="">Stylistic Q550 slate PC</a>, creating what the company believes is the first tablet computer suitable for secure use for government and public sector use.

  • Jo Healey takes top role at Fujitsu

    Jo Healey has been appointed managing director of Fujitsu New Zealand, following five years with the company, most recently as sales general manager.

  • Councils risk 'digital disconnect' with older citizens

    There is a potential "digital disconnect" between local authorities and older people as authorities race to provide council services online, according to a <a href="">report</a>.

  • Obama promises to stick to big broadband investment

    President Obama has insisted the US government will invest aggressively in rolling out broadband, in spite of major spending cuts in other areas aimed at cutting $4 trillion from the country's deficit over 12 years.

  • Company size no indicator of Green IT readiness: Survey

    Company size is not necessarily an indication of an enterprise’s ability to deploy Green IT initiatives, according to findings from Fujitsu’s Green IT benchmark research for the financial services industry. In the fourth report undertaken with research partner, Connection Research, Fujitsu surveyed 638 organisations in four countries — the US, UK, Australia and India — looking at areas such as Green IT lifecycle, end-user efficiencies, enteprise and data centre efficiencies, the use of IT in carbon reduction and measurement and monitoring.