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London, UK: Dimension Data has announced the findings of new research, undertaken by analyst firm, Ovum, which looked at whether IT departments in UK enterprises are ready to deliver and charge for the services they deliver to internal customers on a per-usage basis. The research project, entitled ‘Why next-generation data centre technology is needed to adopt service-centric IT delivery’ was conducted in January/February 2015 and surveyed CIOs at 100 UK organisations employing more than 1,000 staff. Ovum found that, although 58 percent of companies have fully developed plans to introduce a service-centric approach to IT delivery, the majority are struggling to make the business case required to turn these plans into a reality.

THE UK’s submarine industry will benefit from £285 million of investment to continue design work for the Royal Navy’s next generation of nuclear deterrent submarines.

The release of funding for the design work is within the existing Successor programme’s £3.3 billion Assessment Phase. The funding forms part of the MoD’s commitment to spending £163 billion on equipment and equipment support over the next 10 years to keep Britain safe. That includes new strike fighters; more surveillance aircraft; hunter killer submarines; two aircraft carriers; and the most advanced armoured vehicles.

Vigilance can report that The Prime Minister has announced greater collaboration with NATO on its military training exercises to tackle new threats faced by the Alliance.

The agreement comes as the Prime Minister met the new NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, at Downing Street ahead of the Afghanistan Service of Commemoration.

Checkpoint Systems, Inc. has announced two solutions for food retailers that are specifically designed to reduce shrink and boost merchandise availability for hard-to-protect items.

Reacting to reports that US Industrial Control Systems were attacked by hackers 245 times in 12 months, Rob Miller, security consultant at MWR InfoSecurity, said: "Many organisations we work with are taking these reports very seriously. The report shows that the rate of new vulnerabilities being discovered in ICS equipment has remained steady for the last four years. ICS operators cannot therefore rely on vendors taking care of their security for them.

A service to mark 13 years of UK military operations in Afghanistan took place at St Paul’s Cathedral today (Friday, 13 March).

The service honoured the 453 Servicemen and women who lost their lives during the campaign and recognised the contribution of the Armed Forces, charities, aid organisations and all those in the UK who worked to make Afghanistan a safer and more stable country.

Every man, woman of God and all of God's children in Nigeria, God said I should tell you to always hold up the heavenly mirror and not the earthly mirror which you do see yourself in, for in the mirror of God, you do see Jesus and not yourself or the world.