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Technical Baccalaureate Announced

Technical Baccalaureate Announced

News   •   Apr 23, 2013 11:52 BST

Education Secretary Michael Gove and Skills Minister Matthew Hancock have announced the launch of a new Technical Baccalaureate which is aimed at closing the gap in the IT skills market by providing a vocational qualification that employers will value.

Is This Yahoo's Attempt To Steal A March on Google?

Is This Yahoo's Attempt To Steal A March on Google?

News   •   Apr 04, 2013 09:00 BST

The UK IT Association (UKITA) took notice last week, as many would have done, when Yahoo announced that they have purchased Summly from 17 year old entrepreneur Nick D'Aloisio. Nick himself has done particularly well out of the deal, with Yahoo paying an estimated £20 million in cash and shares for the company which they are now expected to shut down.

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Don’t let the CLOUD get hijacked online!

News   •   Mar 04, 2013 15:05 GMT

The UK IT Association have joined other industry voices to express concern at the prospect of the proposed new Top Level Domains becoming closed registers.

Maximise Your News Exposure on UKITA website for FREE

Maximise Your News Exposure on UKITA website for FREE

News   •   Jul 05, 2012 11:35 BST

Mynewsdesk helps UKITA and 25,000+ companies expose their news online. As a member of UKITA, you can use Mynewsdesk’s free account to publish and distribute all your news content directly to UKITA’s Member's News Feed and email contacts, in one click.