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Microsoft signs up to open-source patent pool

Microsoft is now cross-licensing more than 60,000 of its patents to participating members of the Open Invention Network.

Security automation can help IT teams limit cyberattack risks

Attacks are becoming largely automated forcing security solutions to provide multiple layers of defence. Basic forms of automation in IT management could already greatly help in keeping networks and infrastructure secure.

Realising the digital workplace in an era of digital transformation

Many companies are struggling to keep up with the rapid rate of enterprise innovation and modern ways of working.

The truth about blockchain

Whilst it’s great to see so much excitement around the potential of blockchain, put simply, most of this is hype and there’s very little to truly invest in today.

How can businesses take inspiration from the connected home?

It’s an opportunity rich area that more and more device manufacturers are trying to utilise and one that has endless possibilities – especially for those businesses that can learn from what has already happened within the connected home.

Superfinance – The merging of mind & machine in finance & procurement

Here, technology is used to consolidate and analyse all finance and procurement information. It also offers insights to the new generation of professionals in their decision-making process and tasks that require abstract thinking rather than computation.

Live chat for service differentiation

Implementing and using it correctly can be a key service differentiator that can deliver a competitive advantage. It also has several key advantages over other customer communication channels.

GDPR has helped cut ad trackers in Europe

The number of ad trackers decreased in Europe while rising in the US.

How video sensors provide a smarter, holistic view of physical security

AI-powered cameras can help businesses address the need for continuous surveillance.

How ECM Solutions are evolving with the digital workplace

ECM systems provide employees with the documents they need while also safeguarding an organisation's valuable information.

How to avoid wireless dead zones by selecting the right equipment

Get the best connection possible in any situation with these tips.

Machine learning: A glimpse of the invisible competitive edge

The unconscious decision-making of machine learning presents both problems and opportunities for brands.

Google to challenge record antitrust fine

“We have now filed our appeal of the EC’s Android decision at the General Court of the EU,” Google declares.

Huawei unveils new AI-powered server chips

Chinese giant launches Ascend 910 chipset, a 7nm piece which Huawei claims is twice as powerful as the competition.

Amazon is toppling Google as online ad choice

Many companies are switching ad spend from Google to Amazon, new reports claim.

Microsoft restarts Windows 10 October Update rollout after fixing bug

Fault had caused people's files to go missing.

Data adequacy post-Brexit

This article explores the importance of understanding the significance of being data adequate – or not – in a post- Brexit landscape, regardless of the exact ‘type’ of Brexit outcome.

CyberGhost VPN

CyberGhost VPN may be on the expensive side when it comes to monthly pricing but its two and three year plans make it much more affordable to sign up for this powerful VPN.

How education and training can help bridge the cybersecurity skills gap

Addressing the cybersecurity skills gap will require businesses, educations, cybersecurity professionals and even governments to work together.

Microsoft boosts cloud business to go after government contracts

The company's expanded Azure cloud service for governments will arrive in Q1 2019.

Four ways a strong IT service desk can improve healthcare

In the healthcare world, the quality of the provider’s IT support can have a major impact on the health, even lives of patients.

How sports teams, athletes and fans reap the rewards of big data

Sports organisations are investing heavily in data-driven decision-making all the way from the players to the stadium experience itself.

Digital customer experience: Tablets or quarter portion Peking duck

Does simply using a digital device make for a digital experience or are we looking to a more quantifiable benefit from digitalisation?

Web application security is rife with conflict and confusion

How can organisations ensure that their applications are protected on their own networks and across multiple clouds?

Simplify classroom management with class control software

Classroom management software helps teachers create a simplified and, distraction-free learning environment that encourages inquiry-based learning, peer-to-peer collaboration, and promotes student participation.

Intel reveals Core i9 generation

Computing giant reveals selection of new chips for those looking to upgrade.

When it comes to training, AI doesn’t quite have what it takes

Automation won't replace humans but they will need to learn new skills to control it.

California to ban weak passwords

Admin, password and other weak passwords will no longer cut it.

Changes in the ecosystem - is it time for a new breed of MSPs?

Managing a constantly changing technology landscape is much easier with a MSP.

Five must-haves before scaling your business

By being aware of these potential pitfalls, you can help mitigate some of the risks that come with scaling a business.

Life chat for service differentiation

Businesses looking to develop a better customer experience should consider live chat to set themselves apart from the competition.

VPN Unlimited

VPN Unlimited offers fast performance and apps for a wide variety of platforms but the Keep Solid’s logging policy may be a turn off for some.

Time to dig ourselves out of the data hole

Brands must win back consumer trust after over-collecting their customer's personal data.

Blockchain’s implications for society

In this article, we are going to dive into what blockchain is, the concept of triple-entry accounting, how this impacts the world of money and finance, IoT and microtransactions, and lastly, some important forces that are driving blockchain expansion and adoption.

Conquering the STEM gender divide – why Ada Lovelace Day matters

Ada Lovelace Day is celebrated every year on the second Tuesday in October, as a way to celebrate female role models in science, technology, engineering and maths.

Toyota and SoftBank announce new self-driving joint venture

The two companies will work together to bring Toyota's e-Palette concept to life.

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