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2019-09-15 20:35    2019-09-16 20:35

Fujitsu supercharges healthcare AI

New text mining system will cut down on processing and wait times.

Amazon hiring 2,000 more UK workers

Among the 2,000 new workers the tech and retail giant is looking for, are engineers, software developers, as well as data scientists.

Top technological trends for 2019 and beyond

As an entrepreneur or an established businessman, you need to broaden your thinking, explore technologies and implement the ones that will aid the growth of your business even further.

Broadcom reportedly in talks to buy Symantec

The deal could be worth $15 billion.

Kaspersky tracks down major new ransomware

This one is different, and more dangerous.

How messaging apps are raising the stakes with slack

Enterprise communication expert, Praveen Kandyadi, shares his insights on best practices messaging apps need to implement in order to beat the biggest player in the market.

Connected cars and the future of transport

Q&A with Ankur Bhan, head of WING business at Nokia.

Many companies still don't feel comfortable handling customer data

There's still confusion around who's responsible for data management.

Can increased trust in employers help society win the war on fake news?

Globally people have more trust in their employers than in any other single institution, which puts them in a position to really positively influence their workforces.

How to keep perishable goods in optimal condition with remote temperature monitoring

Learn more about how to ensure the integrity of your sensitive cargo over long distances.

Reasons for the hybrid cloud: Disaster recovery and cost

Do disaster recovery and cost drive hybrid cloud adoption?

Why fraud detection needs a reboot

Fraud occurs every day across a variety of industries, causing trillions in losses each year.

High performance computing increasingly benefitting UK businesses

Vast majority consider it a ‘key technology’ for innovation.

Better security means access is not a simple yes/no question

In this article, Tim Brown argues for a risk based approach to network access management.

US government staff told to treat Huawei as blacklisted

Follows recent Trump pledge to soon allow US companies to sell to Huawei.

Microsoft goes back to the future with Windows 1.0

People are looking forward to upgrade from Windows 10.

IoT: How bright is the future, really?

Q&A with Jonathan Luse, General Manager of the IoT Group at Intel.

Intel and Baidu team up on AI training

Intel and Baidu are teaming up to work on a new chip, designed for training deep learning models at ‘lightning speed’.

The frictionless enterprise – what is it and what does it mean for IT?

How has the explosion of new technologies allowed for the frictionless effect in numerous industries.

The millennialisation of technology

What impact will millennials have on the technology we use every day?

Data intelligence: Top tips to organisations adopting data practices

There is a need to maximise the tools that manage data.

AMD denies selling tech to Chinese government

Safeguards are in place, chipmaker claims.

Linux is now more popular than Windows Server on Azure

Linux usage on Azure has finally surpassed Windows, almost four years after the trend was first spotted.

Best WordPress security practices for the rest of 2019

Many hackers target WordPress installations specifically. This article will dive into the best practices when it comes to ensuring WordPress security.

US steps back from Huawei ban

Banning order not fully lifted, but Huawei gets some breathing room.

How to compare DIY and outsourced SD-WAN

Let's shed some light on several key areas customers should be thinking about and considering as they evaluate the options.

Intel reveals major patent sell-off

Chipmaker making mobile 5G exit official.

Why improving enterprise cybersecurity defences begins with more education

Andrew Martin explores cybersecurity defences.

CRM: Why it’s the one-stop solution for insurance sectors

Today, insurance sectors are one of the most active areas in the business landscape.

The predictive art of retention – using data to keep your people

As the number of people voluntarily leaving their job roles continues to rise, it is now harder than ever to attract and retain talent. More companies are turning to people analytics to predict and prevent problems within their workforces.

Vital points to consider while choosing the platform for website development

Selecting the best platform for your website is an absolute requirement for your business, but choosing the right platform isn’t that easy.

Wi-Fi 6 vs. 5G: Key advantages for businesses

2019 will be a landmark year for wireless connectivity and the Internet of Things (IoT), with the launches of Wi-Fi 6 and 5G making headlines across the globe.

Why UK government organisations are a key target for cyberattacks

Why aren’t government organisations doing more to protect their systems, the services they manage and the citizens they serve?

Somerville bans facial recognition in public

After San Francisco comes Somerville, and after that - possibly Oakland.

Russia's Google breached, users spied upon

Yandex says the attack was spotted at an early stage.

Boards have woken up to the value of security, but it doesn’t make the fight any easier

Security is now a priority for boards but managing security is as complex as ever.

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