Our first cyber security round-up of 2020 details updates to NHSmail and advice from the NCSC on the use of Windows 7, after Microsoft officially ended support for the platform.
Research from Digital Health Intelligence has found that only one percent of acute NHS trusts have fully migrated to Windows 10, despite the fact that support for Windows 7 expires in two years’ time.
Six months after Microsoft ended general support for Windows XP, EHI ran a short survey to find out whether it is still an issue for trusts. It is. Lis Evenstad and Lyn Whitfield report.
The Department of Health is looking to provide the NHS with extended support for the Microsoft operating system, Windows XP.
Hundreds of GP practices across the south of England are migrating from Windows XP to Windows 7 under a programme lead by Healthcare Computing.
What do David Bowie and weaning the NHS off Windows XP have in common? Johan Waktare, a consultant leading on an electronic patient record deployment in Liverpool, has the answer…
ISoft has launched Lorenzo Smart Solutions Observations on BlackBerry and Windows Phone 7.
The first health app for the Windows Phone 7 that connects to the Microsoft HealthVault personal health platform has been launched.
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer says the firm’s new operating system will provide companies and public sector bodies with a more resilient, secure and cost effective IT infrastructure. Speaking at the UK press launch of Windows 7 yesterday, Ballmer said the recession and its aftermath will mean that IT professionals will need to deliver more […]