'Significant cost saving' for ESN contract – James Brokenshire Minister for Security and Immigration.
Also in this issue:
Home Office publishes draft codes of practice on interception of communications and equipment interference.
700 police officers to be issued with preloaded applications and access to PNC, Domestic Abuse and Stalking forms amongst others.
Benefits of wi-fi recognised as digital presentation becomes widespread in courtrooms - rollout expected to be completed in June 2015.
NEWSFLASH: Lot 3 tenders are so good that the Home Office has decided Lot 4 is not needed.
Home Office contract results in ADL images becoming available to regional command and control centres.
‘eDiscovery in digital forensic investigations’ provides an introduction to the area of eDiscovery, a survey of typical functionality available and a guide to options for introducing eDiscovery into wider use in criminal investigations.
OPINION: Around the world, paging continues to be one of the primary methods of communication for staff involved in real-time critical alerting. However, while the legacy bleep systems themselves remain highly resilient, they still represent a single point of failure that can disrupt an entire site’s operations. Nigel Gray, Director at PageOne, outlines how different networks and technologies are being integrated to deliver dual and even triple layers of resilience.
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