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Machine Learning & AI could be the key to stopping security threats

CISOs are increasingly turning to AI to spot unusual activities in encrypted traffic.

Qualcomm and Microsoft reveal availability for Snapdragon Windows 10 PCs

"Always Connected PCs" made by Asus, HP and Lenovo will be available to buy in high street stores soon.

Two-thirds of companies claim cyber security skills needed

Talent gap is huge, growing and an urgent threat to businesses in the UK, according to Capgemeini report.

2017 sees huge increase in bot traffic and crime

Akamai research shows sharp rise in credential abuse by botnet networks.

AI could be misued by hackers, experts warn

Report sheds light on how AI could be used maliciously by criminals.

Qualcomm ups NXP bid in blow to Broadcom deal

NXP deal could now cost Qualcomm $44 billion.

Google Pay launches worldwide

New platform unifies Android Pay and Google Wallet for quick and easy payments.

Samsung unveils world's largest SSD

Korean giant manages to pack 30TB into a 2.5 inch drive.

10 ways Data Visualisation will improve your business

Is your organisation making the most of its data?

4 tips for retailers on getting ahead and innovating in 2018

Finding the right eCommerce platform partner can simplify your brands' online journey.

Keeping up with the evolution of fraud

The millennia-old fraud arms race will undoubtedly continue for years to come, but the advantage increasingly lies with ‘the good guys’.

10 reasons not to innovate your cyber security

Maintaining the status quo is not an option when it comes to protecting your organisation from cyber attacks.

Technology to transform direct mail in 2018

With the rise in companies turning to direct mail, the technological advances and developments in the industry are staggering.

IBM boosts enterprise storage offering with major Spectrum expansion

New range of Spectrum software-defined storage offerings includes dedicated NAS service for the first time.

How Looker is hoping to cure your business’ data chaos

Looker CEO Frank Bien tells ITProPortal how his company can be the breakout success in data analytics.

Intel touts 5G success at the Winter Olympics

Intel reveals all on how its 5G network trials in Pyeongchang will soon make sport more immersive for everyone.

UK businesses unprepared for Industry 4.0

Manufacturing industry in the UK has done little to adopt automation and other digital technologies.

Could AI assist in data protection?

Let’s examine some potential scenarios and our interpretation of how employing AI may mitigate some of the risks.

Apple issues major cross-platform security update

Update looks to fix Telugu bug that saw messaging apps crash across a wide variety of its operating systems.

HP to offer Apple kit as device-as-a-service offering

Enterprise employees will soon have access to Macs, iPads and iPhones from HP.

Nokia may shut its health tech business

Company is reportedly considering "strategic options" concerning its connected device arm.

Google may soon use AI to track your health issues

Google and Verily's new AI algorithm can determine a patient's cardiovascular risk.

UK councils majorly unprepared for cyber-attacks

Staff across the nation are in need of serious training, report claims.

Q&A with HCL – Overcoming barriers to productivity

Adopting a digital culture can help fuel your organisation's efforts to become a digital workplace.

Less connected businesses are missing out on millions

Majority of IT decision makers believe a more connected business would translate to growth in revenue.

99 Problems but the cloud ain’t one: Compliance in the cloud

Upcoming regulations will make compliance in the cloud a top priority for all organisations this year.

How AI and machine learning are shaping the payments landscape

Below are just some of the ways that this technology is taking the payments industry by storm.

China, US, Australia, all in front of UK firms in adopting new tech

UK needs to step up if it wants to compete, GBG and Forrester report says.

Amazon expands B2B marketplace to cover medical industry

Amazon wants to be a major supplier of US hospitals and outpatient clinics.

Google exposes security flaw in Microsoft Edge

Google's Project Zero gave Microsoft additional time to fix the vulnerability before making it public.

Intel hit with 32 lawsuits surrounding Meltdown and Spectre

Latest patches have apparently done little to reassure customers and shareholders affected by the security flaws.

Why targeted phishing is the most dangerous fraud businesses face today

Preventing business email compromise requires more than a one size fits all approach.

The GDPR journey – 6 steps that must be taken now

Preparing for the upcoming regulation must be a top priority for all organisations.

Digital transformation in the public sector: balancing the risks with data-driven cyber security

The possibility of falling victim to a cyber attack should not deter the public sector from moving to the cloud.

Church spires to boost digital connectivity in rural areas

Churches are usually at the very heart of their communities, meaning they can help boost network coverage.

Dynamic data value chains

To effectively manage data, organisations need data management technologies that span from the edge to the server.

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