Monthly Archives: May 2010

NHS Trust Rolls Out Tablet Computers

Jawad Chaudhry, Project Manager, said that “The aim with the tablet rollout was to improve clinical care, and we certainly did that. The number of patients seen by staff with tablet computers increased by 20 – 30% per week because staff didn’t need to travel back to the office between appointments.” Technological improvements in the […]

Social Media Sites Increase Demand For Specialist Web Developers

The Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCO), the UK’s leading professional recruitment industry body, has said that according to members such as JMK Recruitment and ReadyPeople demand has intensified significantly over the last few years. JMK Recruitment believes that the emphasis is now much more firmly on interactivity rather than plain information. Social Media sites […]

Indian IT Service Firms Expected To Do Well In 2010

So far this year both Cognizant Technologies and Infosys have predicted strong growth in the UK market of 20% and 16% to 18% respectively. Those predictions have even come before the General Election, due on May 6th, which has effectively ground to a halt the decision making process over large scale IT projects in the […]

NHS Spends £1 Billion Searching For Missing Equipment

The survey found that: Patient records and lab results go missing at least once a day according to over a quarter of hospital nurses Only 10% of nurses feel they have the time to check patient records thoroughly all 33% of nurses believe the use of physical patient records, instead of electronic systems, are responsible […]