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Brits spend 7 hours a day using tech

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kvinna söker par i Lidingö UK consumers spend almost seven hours a day using technology devices outside of work.

find a millionaire On average a domestic home has 19 technology devices, according to Samsung’s Techonomic Index, with UK households spending £218 each on devices over the last three months.

free online dating sites for men It stated the UK spends £73 less per household than the European average of £291 over three months, while Italy was ranked as the biggest technology spenders with a £444 spend.

online dating site reviews Brits spend four hours and seven minutes watching TV and DVDs, and two hours and 30 minutes on personal computers during their spare time.

The index revealed that using mobile apps was the most popular activity among Brits, with 66 per cent of adults stating they use their mobile to access apps, gaming being the most popular app of choice.

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Two thirds of IT staff considering quitting due to stress

Two thirds of IT staff considering quitting due to stress

A survey has found that over two thirds of IT workers are considering leaving their current roles due to high levels of stress.

The findings of GFI Software’s third annual IT Admin Stress Survey revealed that 68 per cent of IT staff are looking for a new job due to the pressures imposed on them in their current role.

The statistic is a slight improvement over 2013, when 73 per cent of those surveyed were similarly looking to move to a lower-stress position.

The survey found that 67 per cent of the UK IT staff surveyed consider their job stressful – a reduction of just one per cent from last year.

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Network Rail axes hundreds of tech suppliers

Coughs to creating one framework worth up to £350m

Network Fail Rail has canned more than 260 IT suppliers after wrapping up all its tech requirements in a single framework with five hefty integrators.

Places within the agreement were handed to Accenture, BAE Systems Detica, Cognizant, CSC and TCS, allowing them to bid for contracts as they are tendered.

Network Rail operates the UK’s railway infrastructure that it claims is used by 24 24,000 trains a day. It is responsible for tracks, signals, tunnels, bridges, viaducts, level crossings and some of the largest stations.

The value of the business up for grabs by suppliers on the framework is understood to be close to £350m, though Network Rail’s PR people refused to confirm this.

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