Computer operating systems

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Res ipsa Loquitor

Dear Cumbria Constabulary,

I am interested to know

- how many computers (desktops, laptops, tablets) are in the Force estate for use by officers and staff?
- which is the prevalent computer operating system across the constabulary (for example Microsoft Windows XP, WIndows7, Windows 10, iOS (Apple), Chrome or other);
- which version of that system is the default;
- regardless which system is the current default, whether there is an intention to move to Windows 10 and if so when and at what estimated cost.

If the force has commenced this move to Windows 10, what approximate proportion of devices are using Windows 10.

I am not seeking any personal information of any kind.

Yours faithfully,

Res ipsa Loquitor (Brian Speedwell)

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Dear Res ipsa Loquitor  (Brian Speedwell)

 

I am emailing you with regards to your Freedom of Information request
dated 22/05/2019

 

I would like to apologise for not responding to this request within the
time period specified by the Freedom of Information Act 2000, this is due
to a high volume of requests for information provided.

 

As a priority we are taking active steps to resolve the issues and respond
to requests for information timely. However, given the time that has
elapsed since you submitted your request, I am writing to enquire whether
the information you have requested is still required. 

 

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you could reply to this email within 10 days confirming this is the case. 
Upon receipt of your response we will endeavour to respond to your request
as quickly as possible. 

 

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this email and if I haven’t heard from you within 10 days, I will assume a
response is no longer required and your request will be closed. 

 

Once again I apologise for the delay.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

David Cherry

Force Disclosure Manager

People Department, Corporate Support

 
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