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2017-11-19 04:41    2017-11-19 14:55

Cybersecurity investment 'could save the NHS millions'

However report claims that only a small amount of medical professionals doctors are receiving the proper amount of cybersecurity training to ensure they stay safe online.

Fujitsu: Why the UK is helping us push cybersecurity forward

Keeping up with the speed of change in the security market can be tough, but the UK is leading the way in terms of cybersecurity, Fujitsu head tells ITProPortal.

Google opens up chatbot platform to the public

The free service will allow large enterprises and even individuals to analyse their own bots.

Microsoft previews new GDPR compliance tool

GDPR Compliance Dashboard will allow Microsoft cloud customers to make sure they are equipped for the new legislation.

Toshiba denies talks to sell PC business

Japanese firm now says it is no longer in talks to sell anymore following sale of chip business earlier this year.

Qualcomm bid for NXP 'close to approval'

Deal for fellow chipmaker could get EU approval before Christmas, report claims.

EU nations making major progress in elevating Open Data

The numbers are in, and the numbers are up.

Intel ramps up 5G development with new modem launches

New hardware provides major advances in speed and reliability as Intel also reveals details of full 5G-ready call.

Why technology-related disputes are increasingly resolved by arbitration

Arbitration allows businesses to choose someone familiar with the the technology at stake to settle their dispute.

Blockchain: Breakthrough or buzzword?

Simon Bain, CEO of BOHH Labs, cautions organisations before overcommitting to blockchain – the technology at the heart of bitcoin – and questions in fact whether it’s a breakthrough waiting to happen or just the latest craze to hit the market, backed by marketing hype.

AI taking off at airports today?

Cloud adoption continues to top the charts as an industry must-have – but are the risks outweighing

A pivotal point has been reached in the enterprise due to cloud-oriented businesses attracting more customers.

Spending to spend to less: 5 Ways to reduce IT costs

Organisations should reframe IT costs as deliberate spending aimed at improving their overall business.

AI & the forthcoming automotive revolution

At WebSummit 2017 there was a recurring theme — self-driving cars. Almost everyone mentioned self-driving cars in one way or another.

As the threat landscape changes, small businesses need security simplified

SMBs are an easy target for cybercriminals as they lack the security resources of large enterprises.

Cash Converters hit by data breach

Customers alerted to major data breach, with usernames, passwords and addresses all reportedly affected.

Why AI-driven insights are the new crown jewels of the insurance industry

The fintech revolution has meant that smaller and more agile startups are able to offer a variety of new services to consumers and businesses.

UK businesses can lead Fourth Industrial Revolution

And Brexit may even become an opportunity for growth, research claims.

Square tests Bitcoin buying and selling

Select users will now be able to trade cryptocurrency using Square's Cash app.

Smart tech is keeping Britain's businesses internationally competitive

IoT, AI, machine learning and big data are leading the charge for UK companies, report claims.

London tech scene feels the sting of Brexit

Talks with hires are falling through due to the EU Referendum results.

Only a fifth of UK large businesses are ready for GDPR

Survey reveals many big companies are nowhere near ready for the May 25th deadline.

Does a modern workplace mean a productive workforce?

It appears that inefficient office tech is part of a much larger set of interrelated issues.

Securing the Enterprise of Things

BlackBerry's COO, Marty Beard offers some insight on how enterprises can remain secure in an increasingly mobile and connected world.

Don’t forget the small stuff when it comes to technology and your bottom line

In this blog, the first of a four-part series, learn how firms can save precious overhead costs by focusing on the small things when it comes to investing in new technology.

Top 11 tips for digital transformation leaders

Consider these agenda items to ensure a successful IT-enabled transformation project.

Translating risks into reality

You must be wondering. What’s translation got to do with security?

AI, biometrics and the cloud – investing in the contact centres of the future

Contact centres are looking to emerging technologies to improve customer engagement.

Digital transformation and the era of the agile network

By adopting this particular approach, CIOs and other IT leaders can look to the future, free to innovate, while retaining consistency.

EE carries out breakthrough 5G network test

Trial alongside Huawei is first UK end-to-end 5G network test, paving the way for superfast networks.

Android users warned of malicious apps hidden in Google Play Store

ESET report reveals multi-stage malware lurking in family of legitimate-sounding apps.

Why cloud computing could help secure the talent you need now

Legacy systems and onboarding processes, designed to support permanent and long-term employees, often struggle with the more fluid nature of freelance staff.

Lack of digitally literate leaders could put digital transformation at risk

Organisations with bosses who know about technology are more likely to implement a successful digital transformation.

The battle of the BPO titans: Eastern Europe vs. India

Two BPO titans, Eastern Europe and India, are growing at a steady pace, showing that BPO is here to stay, and it’s not going to go away anytime soon.

What if Microsoft bought Adobe Systems?

Microsoft left the creative business a long time ago but what if it wanted to have a second go?

Simple mistakes are putting financial firms at risk

BlackBerry report claims securing unstructured data is being put at risk by basic issues.

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