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9th June 2022

Chinchilla Squeaks Podcast talks to Amanda Brock CEO on OpenUK

Chris Chinchilla, host of the post cast Chinchilla Squeaks talks to Amanda Brock CEO about upcoming projects and OpenUK’s current state of open survey  ...

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OpenUK
6th June 2022

The Register talks to Microsoft’s European cloud rivals about getting a fair deal

The Register discusses Europe’s data infrastructure initiative Gaia-X. By Richard Speed Published: 6 June 2022  » Read more about: The Register talks to Microsoft’s European cloud rivals...

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OpenUK
24th May 2022

BCS podcast talks to Amanda Brock CEO on Open Source being more than money-saving

“Open source software economic evaluation needs far more than a total cost of ownership calculation. A new survey looks at its value in broader terms,...

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OpenUK
18th May 2022

How can digital transformation drive the government’s levelling-up agenda?

Experts suggest greater UK institutional investment, better distribution of successful tech companies, and the adoption of open source and low-code will break down local and...

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May Cheung
18th May 2022

ComputerWeekly.com reports on Amanda Brock’s Keynote at Percona Live on what open source really means today

Listening to OpenUK CEO Amanda Brock speaking at Percona Live 2022, the Computer Weekly Open Source Insider team noted the following thoughts from her keynote…...

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May Cheung
18th April 2022

CIO.com Analysis: UK’s DDaT procurement playbook draws mixed reviews from CIOs

The UK government’s digital, data, and technology playbook (DDaT) provides new guidance on how central government should source and contract with suppliers for digital projects...

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May Cheung
24th March 2022

The New Stack asks: Can Open Source Sustain Itself without Losing Its Soul?

At the end of 2021, the Log4j security vulnerability once again thrust the challenges of open source into the spotlight. This crisis birthed an “I...

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May Cheung
9th March 2022

Computer Weekly reports on Datacentres and climate change: Operators accused of being all talk and no action on sustainability

Datacentre operators talk a good fight when it comes to tackling climate change, but there is far more they should and could be doing to...

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May Cheung
22nd February 2022

Herald Climate Conversations Podcast #7: Amanda Brock, CEO of OpenUK

THE Herald’s Climate Conversations podcast, in association with Epson, this week welcomes Amanda Brock, CEO of OpenUK – a not-for-profit organisation for the business of...

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May Cheung
1st February 2022

Information Age looks at 2022 Predictions in “2022: the year of the open source tiger”

In celebration of Chinese New Year, Amanda Brock, CEO of OpenUK, provides her 2022 predictions for open source technologies in the UK Published: 1 February...

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