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2019-01-21 21:20    2019-01-22 10:36

Google hit with £44m fine over advertising practices.

UPDATE: Search giant fined by French data regulator CNIL.

Over a third of businesses have some kind of AI

If your business doesn't use AI, you're probably doing something wrong.

Canadian network says Huawei is "reliable" partner

Telus says Huawei offers "comprehensive security measures".

Following the fortunes of our future - 15 technology predictions for 2019

Our team has compiled some of the most likely trends they think have the potential to disrupt the tech industry in the next 12 months.

UK tech sector growth slows as Brexit worries increase

KPMG research finds slowest growth rate since 2015.

Web development trends 2019 - Ponder on them to make a difference

The world of web development experiences demand constant transformation every year, whether it is related to tools, services, coding, languages, or designs.

UK hit with 30m cyberattacks in just three months

Browser-based attacks were primary method from spreading malicious programs in the country.

Why we need to rip off the cybersecurity band-aids

Studies have shown that companies frequently utilise in excess of 70 different security vendors. Not only does this create massively complex IT environments, but it is expensive and very difficult to manage.

Education industry not making the grade for cybersecurity

Hackers are becoming increasingly more skilled at stealing school and student data, however the education industry is no better prepared to deal with these malicious threats.

Data centres vs mother nature: Tackling winter crises

Here are a few things that IT staff should consider in the face of another brutal winter season.

When will data driven “TV” be available at scale?

Scaled, connected and addressable TV constitutes the future of data-driven video.

Cybercrime could cost companies $5.2 trillion over next five years

As companies rush to enable digital business models as fast as possible, they leave the doors open for possible cybersecurity incidents.

Cybersecurity funding hit record levels in 2018

$5.3 billion invested into cybersecurity organisations last year.

IBM and Vodafone sign major new tech partnership

The two parties want to help businesses everywhere innovate faster and ultimately succeed in the digital world.

Three steps for avoiding devastating security breaches

With the cost of endpoint attacks climbing to a record average of $7.12 million, the stakes have never been higher. Companies must act fast.

Smarter and more connected technology will lead intelligent transformation in 2019

In 2019, the dawn of limitless connectivity, full automation and immersion into extended realities will inch closer than ever before.

China says Huawei 5G ban will mean "repercussions"

Trade war continues to heat up following latest Huawei warning.

Mis-valuation of data poses a huge threat to businesses

A business must fully understand the value of its data if it is to protect it properly.

Distributed ledgers: The key concept behind Bitcoin and the cryptocurrency hype

Innovators are exploring ways to use blockchain to disrupt and transform traditional business models across global supply chains, financial services, healthcare, government and many other industries

Seven things every executive should know about Machine Learning

Do you struggle with building smart applications on top of your data lake? Big Data but not enough insights? Too much talking, not enough walking?

Public sector technology - 2019 cybersecurity trends

The following points highlight what to expect regarding cybersecurity in public sector technology in the coming year.

Mark Hurd: Get ready for the new dawn of AI

The future is automated, says Oracle CEO as he unveils his predictions for 2025.

Box launches new UK zone ahead of Brexit

Box's eight zone for local data governance comes in preparation for Brexit.

Amazon launches AWS Backup

AWS now allows developers to back up data from different services and on-premise apps.

Google raises G Suite prices across the world

Introduction of AI, as well as new apps and tools, requires a tweak in pricing, Google says.

Huge cache of email addresses and user data leaked online

Millions of email addresses and many dehashed passwords could also be found in 87GB collection.

Using cloud to improve endpoint security

Should you decide that DaaS is the best solution for your organisation, remember that moving data to the cloud does not negate the need to take proper data security precautions.

US charges Huawei with theft of state secrets

Department of Justice says it is pursuing the case in growing chasm in East-West relations.

How to ensure your automation software lives up to the hype

Helena Lindblad, Head of Product Operations at Palette, examines the key considerations that will ensure organisations see the best return on investment from automation software¸.

Why fintech needs to put simplicity back in the spotlight

Across the board, the most impressive performers in tech have been the ones that have taken complex and time-consuming processes, and made them simpler.

Finance teams failing to harness AI potential

Oracle report finds nearly 90 percent of finance teams aren't getting the most out of their AI.

Using identity governance to mitigate future data breaches

With consumers frequently opting to share data in return for access to online content and services, the pressure is on for businesses to ensure that this information remains secure.

Why visibility is key to reap the benefits of the cloud

With the cloud now underpinning so many critical business functions, assuring services both throughout the migration journey and beyond, has never been more important.

Why your IT business needs a Chief Junk Officer

What can a forward-thinking business do to recognise the scale of the opportunity from assets that are deemed to no longer be of use?

Microsoft is working on foldable Windows devices

A wide range of products from different OEMs are reportedly incoming.

Huawei founder denies spying risks

Ren Zhengfei speaks to western media for first time in three years.

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