Contractor Job News
Private and public sector staff have lost more IT kit since the taxman's data loss.
The software giant's layers are keeping it warm in the storm.
Deal to put temps on equal terms to employees passes without amendment.
'Critical problems' once confined to financers are threatening technologists.
Risk management and compliance will be priorities in the financial storm.
Officials press to withdraw VAT waiver on temporary staff, despite objections.
Celebrities will join techies for a rough night on the town.
Industries unite to remind officials now is not the time to raise clients' hiring costs.
As IT heads roll, their executioners are the few not cooling merger talks.
Whispers heard that state contractors with sensitive data should be replaced.
US to bear the brunt of 'streamlining,' on top of 3,000 layoffs in the UK.
Survey shows offshoring is 'no longer a one-way street.'
Migrants face more hoops to get IT jobs in the UK.
Dwindling demand for IT skills seals contractors in a buyers' market.
Both client and contractor eye compensation for IT work on the NHS.
'Informing customers their details have been lost or stolen should be mandatory.'
Techies vow revenge attacks if clients pinch their jobs.
Outsourcing staff bend the truth to get 'trust-based work.'
Taxman's staff find 10 new 'weaknesses' every day.
Business asks the state to get more young minds thinking about IT.
'Banks that export IT work aren't to blame for their sector's job losses.'
System roll-out sees serious appointments lost, delayed or cancelled.
A computer engineer is the latest to outsource getting hitched.
Global tensions enrich a techie who arms troops with 'information superiority.'
Behind bars, the computer technician who preyed on a teen via her webcam.
Chief executive clashes with analyst over trading figures.
Defence giant puts up a premium for British skills in software and security.
Watchdog proceeds with talking at 3000ft, despite concerns.
Staff are in the firing line at over half of businesses in the UK.
Oil giant pulls its final line of tech support as legal wrangles persist.
Even staff at the search giant are feeling the pinch.
Credit crunch blamed for keeping techies awake in bed.
Telco talks about running Connecting for Health in the south.
Officials put their future technology needs out to market.
FSA: IT worker misused his skills to gain a financial advantage.
Founding slogan that connected with the public is about to be cut off.
Telco takes over the Nationwide's IT workload.
Ex-Logica boss is tasked to get more out of the state's tech projects.
The likes of Lee McQueen are costing companies £2bn.
Financers will outsource more so they can achieve the same for less.