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2018-05-27 17:34    2018-05-28 06:14

Z-wave pairing flaw could leave smart homes at risk

Attackers could utilise the Z-Shave downgrade attack to open your smart lock.

“Price and convenience” - why brick and mortar retailers must adopt mobile

High street retailers can fight back against their online competition with the latest mobile app-based technology.

US jury awards Apple $539m for iPhone patent infringement

Samsung may have lost the retrial but the Korean tech giant could still appeal the decision.

How traditional finance companies can safeguard their future in the age of blockchain

By having the right cloud infrastructure and security solutions in place, businesses will be fully prepared to take advantage of the blockchain.

5 things to do now for GDPR compliance

With the regulation set to go into effect today, now is the time for your organisation to invest in compliance.

How to solve big growth problems in fintech? Part One

What problems do fintechs need to solve to scale up and grow profits?

Cloud migration: The CIO’s five allies for success

A successful mass migration to the cloud requires every department at an organisation to be on board.

Why should e-commerce sit at the heart of a business’ digital transformation?

How does e-commerce help drive digital transformation?

From the cloud to the edge: Taming application supply chain complexity

While a nimbler IT landscape bodes well for application development and deployment, it introduces significant operational challenges.

Embrace the shadow: Realising the benefits of shadow IT

Technology systems and solutions built and used by business units in enterprises without explicit organisational approval from the IT function – known as shadow IT – are seen as fresh and new.

WannaCry failed to be enough of a security wake-up call

Some IT pros did nothing to protect themselves after WannaCry.

UK local authorities yet to fully embrace cloud benefits

There's still a lot of progress to be made, new report says.

GDPR era starts today

May 25 is finally upon us, which means the EU legislation, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), has now come into effect.

Universities spent half a million pounds on GDPR preparations

Cranfield University was the biggest spender, unlike Heythrop College.

Box reveals multi-region support ahead of GDPR

UK one of eight regions to get upgrade for Box Zones.

Moving blockchain beyond the finance industry

Blockchain technology has applications across a number of industries and could transform the way many businesses operate.

Avoiding the biggest threats to data backup

Organisations that put the right solutions and procedures in place can mitigate the risks and severity of an attack.

Will the Facebook scandal lead to a ‘hard’ GDPR?

Businesses should learn from Facebook's example and prepare accordingly for the upcoming regulation.

Comcast looking to buy 21st Century Fox

It has its eyes fixed on Hulu.

AI in the enterprise: three steps to empowering intelligent digital assistants

Adopting AI-powered intelligent tools can raise productivity, efficiency and even revenues at your organisation.

AI could be set to transform the world of sales

Sales leaders in the UK are expecting AI adoption to grow 112 per cent by 2020.

The unwritten laws of contract software: four questions for your legal team

Reaching out to your legal team before a problem arises is the best way to ensure your company's contract management system is up to the task.

AWS to invest in Chile and stick around for a long time

Chile is doing everything to encourage AWS to invest in the country, it was said.

Five steps to surviving an IT Emergency

In a world of near-constant connectivity, losing access to everyday operations is one thing, but for critical IT systems it’s vital to prevent any potential downtime.

Keep calm and carry on with a business continuity strategy

When devising a business continuity strategy, you should consider the 4 P’s: people, processes, premises and providers, suppliers and partners.

How financial institutions can drive digital innovation using existing IT spend

Digital transformation is advancing rapidly and CIOs at financial institutions in particular are increasingly under pressure to keep pace with innovation. Today, CIOs are expected to navigate new expectations and master digitalisation, all while trying to balance the budget at the same time.

Artificial Intelligence and automation: the future of government services

AI and automation will transform the workplace and bring a wide range of benefits to all sectors, including the public sector.

The CIO advisor: empowering the C-Suite to become innovators of change

Why is it not routine for CIOs to seek the same help and support?

Okta: Why identity management is the challenge of our time

Oktane18 - Okta CEO lays out his vision for securing enterprise users around the world.

Companies embracing GDPR compliance to get one step ahead of the competition

IT and Telco businesses are confident GDPR compliance will provide a competitive advantage.

Preparing for the next European Union Directive: EU NIS

Your organisation may be prepared for GDPR but is it ready for the Directive on Security of Network and Information Systems (NIS)?

Mobile app fraud on the rise

Cybercriminals have also embraced mobile as their platform of choice.

Bridging the cybersecurity generation gap

Cyber-attacks and the cybersecurity measures used to stop them have evolved rapidly over the past 30 years.

Okta makes securing your apps and website easier than ever

Oktane18: Okta aims to secure all websites and apps for free with new Onee App API offering.

ZTE lost billions due to US ban

However the block may soon be lifted, sources say.

Why organisations need to act now to build a globally competitive “intelligent enterprise”

While companies that fail to adapt are going out of business, others are racing to transform to remain competitive in today's digital world.

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