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2018-01-21 17:20    2018-01-22 06:31

UK and France team up for major AI partnership

New digital conference will help promote collaboration on areas such as AI development.

Kaspersky seeks return to US government networks

Security firm issues injunction at the US Department of Homeland Security.

Google boosts China push with Tencent partnership

Patent agreement gives Google a significant entry to growing Chinese market.

Nokia signs 5G supply deal with NTT DoCoMo

Partnership could look to power the networks for 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

WhatsApp targets small businesses with new UK app launch

WhatsApp Business available now for Android users for organisations of all sizes.

What is PSD2? Everything you need to know

New rules have come into force governing banking across Europe - here is everything you need to know.

The adoption of containers in the IT industry

A disconnect has emerged between the interest being shown in containers and actual adoption.

IBM sees first revenue growth in more than five years

First increase since 2012 fuels optimism about the year to come.

Just another disruptive technology? The future of artificial intelligence

How will the IT profession be reshaped by intelligent machines?

Is your enterprise network ready for the IoT revolution?

IoT devices pose a serious risk to businesses but their benefits can't be ignored

Identity theft: 17 prevention tips

About 12 million people fall victim to these frauds annually in the U.S. alone. The losses exceed $26 billion.

Qualcomm nears completion of NXP deal

EU and Korean approval means only one last hurdle to clear as Qualcomm nears $38bn deal.

Five steps to fix the digital transformation disparity

Businesses can no longer afford to wait to implement new technologies.

Need a winning employee communications and engagement strategy? Leverage these top tech tips

Many of the most pressing problems that today’s leadership teams face are the result of employees who have become disinterested and disengaged.

Organisations doing password security in a risky way

Large majority of businesses are failing to keep track of passwords efficiently, leading to potential security risks, report says.

No cash, no staff: how can the NHS afford to digitise?

Tackling the real questions from NHS finance leads, IMS MAXIMS Leesa Ewing provides a commercial director’s honest reflections on recurring hurdles.

Intel confirms more problems with Meltdown and Spectre patches

Recent updates have led data centre computers to reboot more often than usual.

Tech firms still not close to replacing traditional banks

New analysis from S&P says “tech titans” are still a ways off from overtaking banks.

Milton Keynes gets Vodafone gigabit-speed fibre broadband

Investment with CityFibre means Milton Keynes is the first UK city to get Vodafone's fastest network.

The biggest enterprise initiatives for 2018 are all data-centric

Business intelligence, machine learning / AI, and big data are all in demand.

Phishing remains top cyberattack method

Employee training is essential to preventing phishing attacks and other malware in the workplace.

Phishing attacks are up, but awareness is also on the rise

Report claims that malware infections and compromised accounts rose more than 80 per cent in 2017.

Apple reveals major US investment and job creation

Tech giant will contribute $350bn to the US economy while creating 20,000 jobs over the next five years.

How to create business value from GDPR

Implementing data classification correctly will allow businesses to take advantage of contextual communication.

Collaboration is king - but...

But tired systems, lack of knowledge and staff technophobia is failing UK businesses when it comes to technology

GDPR: The countdown begins

Implementing a DataOps program could aid your organisation in complying with the upcoming regulation.

Is it fair to burden users as the 'last line of defence' against hackers?

Our recent survey found that 99 per cent of CISOs see users as ‘the last line of defence’ against hackers – but is this really fair to end users?

Emerging technology and the race to uptime

OEM's can completely transform their after-sales service operations by adopting emerging technologies.

MRAM overcomes SRAM, DRAM, and flash limitations

Today’s primary memory technologies – as well as they have served us – all have drawbacks. They get the job done, but they leave us wanting more.

Smart contracts – is code law?

The distributed ledger technology behind blockchain will power the contracts of tomorrow.

ICO signals crackdown with 58 per cent rise in fines

The Information Commissioners’ Office (ICO) has the power to issue fines of up to £400,000 to companies that fail to comply with data handling and antispam law.

Google Cloud AutoML looks to open up AI for all businesses

Cloud AutoML launch will allow companies of any size to harness the power of AI.

Box moves Europe HQ to London

Expanded Old Street office opens in show of support for the capital.

UK government failing to boost STEM skills

NAO report highlights shortcomings when it comes to STEM training.

Half a million Chrome users hit by malicious extensions

Four Chrome extensions detected as using unsafe JavaScript, security experts warn.

Oracle issues patch for Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities

Release comes with 237 security fixes for a number of Oracle products.

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