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London 2012: Olympics chiefs urged to take Tube by Boris Johnson

London 2012: Olympics chiefs urged to take Tube by Boris Johnson

Mayor of London, Boris Johnson has urged Olympic chiefs to take the Tube during London 2012, as organisers launched a website detailing expected hotspots on London's underground system. [..more]

 

BSkyB to create 1,300 jobs in UK and Ireland

BSkyB to create 1,300 jobs in UK and Ireland

British Sky Broadcasting Group has announced that it will create over one thousand jobs due to continued growth with revenue up 6% to £3.4 billion. [..more]

 

Car Park Toll for Businesses Proposed in Scotland

Car Park Toll for Businesses Proposed in Scotland

A city in Scotland could become the second in the UK to charge businesses for using their own park spaces. The Labour party in Edinburgh say they will look into a 'workplace parking levy' if they come to power after local elections in May. [..more]

 

Just 1 in 10 Facebook users support proposed 'Timeline' Feature

Just 1 in 10 Facebook users support proposed 'Timeline' Feature

Just 1 in 10 Facebook users support proposed 'Timeline' Feature according to recent survey by Sophos [..more]

 

South Africans most avid Twitter users in Africa

South Africans most avid Twitter users in Africa

South Africans use Twitter more than any other country in Africa, a new study has revealed. [..more]

 

Sophos Security Threat Report 2012

Sophos Security Threat Report 2012

Sophos published a detailed 2012 security assessment of the threat landscape - from online hacking and threats to mobile malware, cloud computing and social network security, as well as IT security trends for this coming year. [..more]

 

Symantec advises customers to stop using pcAnywhere

Symantec advises customers to stop using pcAnywhere

Symantec has advised the customers of its pcAnywhere remote control application to stop using it until fixes for a list of vulnerabilities are issued. [..more]

 

Subway Sandwich Chain to create 6,000 Jobs across UK and Ireland

Subway Sandwich Chain to create 6,000 Jobs across UK and Ireland

Sandwich chain Subway is to expand its presence in the UK and Ireland, creating 6,000 jobs over the next 3 years. The fast food franchise - famed for its foot-long fresh rolls - will open 600 new branches across the two countries by 2015. [..more]

 

AuthenTec launches Fingerprint Security Solution for Apple Mac

AuthenTec launches Fingerprint Security Solution for Apple Mac

AuthenTec, a leading provider of mobile and network security has announced a new fingerprint security solution - an Eikon fingerprint sensor and TrueSuite identity management software - for Mac computers running Lion and Snow Leopard operating systems. [..more]

 

Tents are banned from Olympic Games London 2012 venues

Tents are banned from Olympic Games London 2012 venues

All tents and encampments will be banned from Olympic venues to counter the threat of protests, Home Secretary Theresa May has announced. She said security measures would try to stop equipment being brought into venues and that police would take action to remove any encampments taking place. [..more]

 

Public sector is the place to work despite increased stress

Public sector is the place to work despite increased stress

Workers within the commercial sector are happy and proud, despite 70% seeing an increase in stress levels in the last year. [..more]

 

Fast Foods McDonald's to create 2,500 jobs in the UK

Fast Foods McDonald's to create 2,500 jobs in the UK

The fast food restaurant will create thousands of jobs in the UK with the majority will go to young people. McDonald’s has announced that it will create 2,500 jobs in 2012, and will see 30% of these go to 1st time workers, while more than half will go to people under the age 25. [..more]

 

YouTube uploads hit 60 hours per minute

YouTube uploads hit 60 hours per minute

Video-sharing website YouTube now receives 60 hours of uploads per minute and 4 billion views per day, the company has claimed. [..more]

 

Eerie Glowing Green Sea near Hunterston Power Plant

Eerie Glowing Green Sea near Hunterston Power Plant

The sea near a Hunterston nuclear power station in Scotland is glowing lime-green, according to a set of satellite photographs. A local resident raised the alarm when they spotted a luminous green patch on the satellite photos surrounding a nuclear power station on Google Earth. [..more]

 

Fashion High Street Chain Peacocks to axe Jobs

Fashion High Street Chain Peacocks to axe Jobs

The troubled fashion retailer Peacocks is set to axe more than 200 staff. After the company went into administration, KPMG said 249 workers at its headquarters in Cardiff were going to lose their jobs. [..more]

 

Facebook launches new apps for Timeline feature

Facebook launches new apps for Timeline feature

Facebook has launched 60 apps for Timeline, its new profile feature, which allows people to listen to music, watch movies and buy cars all within the site [..more]

 

Barclays to cut IT jobs but reward CEO with big bonus

Barclays to cut IT jobs but reward CEO with big bonus

Barclays’ CEO Bob Diamond could be in line to receive a £10 million bonus, despite the bank announcing plans to cut 422 IT jobs in the UK and outside the UK. [..more]

 

Camera pioneer Kodak files for bankruptcy

Camera pioneer Kodak files for bankruptcy

US camera pioneer Eastman Kodak, which brought photography to the masses over a century ago, has filed for bankruptcy protection. The bankruptcy filing places the jobs of Kodak's 19,000 remaining employees at risk. [..more]

 

UK employment increases to 2.685 million for 2012

UK employment increases to 2.685 million for 2012

UK unemployment has risen by 118,000 in the 3 months to November 2011 to 2.685 million, official figures show. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said the unemployment rate also rose to 8.4% from 8.3%, the highest since January 1996. [..more]

 

Ryanair says it will create 1,000 jobs in 2012

Ryanair says it will create 1,000 jobs in 2012

Budget airline Ryanair has announced it is boosting its workforce by 1,000 and adding 35 planes to its fleet in 2012. The new posts will be a combination of cabin crew, engineers, pilots, and sales roles and based across Europe though primarily in the UK, Spain, Cyprus, Denmark and Poland. [..more]

 

Premier Foods to cut 600 Jobs

Premier Foods to cut 600 Jobs

Premier Foods to cut 600 Jobs Premier Foods will be selling-off non-core businesses in an attempt to double cost savings to £40million a year, which will lead to about 600 job cuts, accounting for 5% of the company's workforce. [..more]

 

Court Management call out an engineer to change batteries in a remote

Court Management call out an engineer to change batteries in a remote

COURT chiefs called out an engineer on a 30-mile round trip simply to replace batteries in a remote control. Astonished staff at Dundee Sheriff Court had to wait as the technician made the special trip from Forfar last week to swap the flat batteries for new ones. [..more]

 

1,100 Jobs saved as Barratts deal made

1,100 Jobs Saved as Barratts Deal made

The high-street shoe retailer’s management team have struck a deal with administrators to buy 89 of its remaining stores, saving over a thousand jobs in the process. [..more]

 

Albanian crime gangs more feared in the UK

Albanian Crime Gangs More Feared in the UK

At least 25 foreign crime gangs are operating in Scotland, according to investigations by the country’s equivalent of the FBI. Foreign gangs now make up almost 10% of all crime groups operating north of the border, according to work by the SCDEA. [..more]

 

Teacher still paid more than £80,000 after she left

Teacher still paid more than £80,000 after she left

A teacher was mistakenly paid more than £80,000 after she moved away to work. The woman was not punished after a conduct hearing heard her husband opened all her mail and totally controlled her financial affairs. [..more]

     

US Military access card cracked by Chinese hackers

US Military access card cracked by Chinese hackers

A new strain of the malware Sykipot Trojan is been used to compromise the Department of Defense-sanctioned smart cards used to authorise network and building access at several US government agencies, according to researchers. [..more]

     

7000 e-Voting machines for sale or disposal by Irish Government

7000 e-Voting machines for sale or disposal by Irish Government

The Irish Government has announced plans to dispose of electronic voting machines from Dutch company NeDap, which have cost an estimated €54.756 million. [..more]

     

Survey reveals benefits of lone worker solutions for healthcare sector

Survey reveals benefits of lone worker solutions for healthcare sector

The Royal College of Nursing's latest survey has uncovered the benefits of lone worker devices to healthcare employees, many of whom are often required to work alone or in remote areas. [..more]

     
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