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11th August, 2016
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London Assembly member says 27,000 PCs still running on Windows XP

Met Police ‘putting data at risk’ by failing to move on from Windows XP
 
Digital Transformation

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New Services

Completion of Edinburgh’s new 150km ultra-fast network due by the end of September

Edinburgh’s digital transformation continues
 

The Home Secretary has awarded £23m to projects that will drive the transformation of policing in England and Wales

Digital bids win backing from Police Transformation Fund
 

The most digitally advanced NHS trusts have been invited by NHS England to apply for a £100m funding pot

NHS England to fund centres of global digital excellence
 
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