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Microsoft told to help users still suffering Windows 10 pain

Windows 10 updates lead to consumer woes.

UK watchdog hits Yahoo with £250k data breach fine

ICO fines the UK arm of Yahoo over its notorious 2014 hack.

The age of cyber maturity

Employees are one of the biggest contributors to cyber-threats.

Google signs deal to sell groceries online

The deal marks Google's first venture into fresh food sales.

BT builds the world's first "unhackable" network

BT and partners develop an “ultra-secure” quantum connection.

Netskope - Why security doesn’t need to be a negative

Netskope CEO explains why cloud security needs to be front of mind for businesses of all sizes.

How IT executives become leaders of business strategy

CIOs that focus on business goals enable their IT teams to become strategic advisors to the business.

Create the store of the future today

By incorporating AR and other new technologies into their shopping experience, retailers can keep up with their online competition.

Is the internet getting safer?

Two-factor authentication offers consumers a reliable method of securing their data online.

Leveling the playing field: Cloud as the enabler of limitless innovation in financial services

Financial services are being disrupted by players that are rethinking and transforming the way the industry works and are enhancing the value they provide to their customers.

Off-chain payments: the key breakthrough in the Ethereum scaling debate?

It has become evident that as the Ethereum ecosystem has expanded, there are serious limitations on the ability of the Ethereum blockchain to cope effectively and efficiently under high transaction demand.

Email attacks still biggest threat to UK businesses

Growing cost of email attacks linked to increasing risk of employee behaviour.

Microsoft kills support forums for Windows 7 and 8

Users can still access the forums, but don't expect any Microsoft employees to respond.

Net neutrality officially dead

New legislation means that consumer may see big changes in their internet services.

5G is coming this year amid mobile data explosion

Europe might fall behind North America in 5G adoption within half a decade.

The next generation of trade finance

With the application of artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics - the antiquated process of trade finance is finally being transformed.

IBM Cloud announces major new global expansion

IBM unveils plans to launch 18 new availability zones across North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific.

ZTE CEO apologises to customers as company gets three-strike warning

Chinese tech giant has one more chance according to the US trade adviser.

How to build a smart multi-tenant office

If you can't build your smart offering around the needs of one tenant, how can landlords of multi-tenant offices still provide an intelligent experience?

Protecting network availability for GDPR compliance

Securing your network and the data stored on it is a key step to complying with the new regulation.

How to solve big growth problems in fintech development, part three

As companies scale transaction volumes and integrate with more and more third party software, they get a growing inflow of data and services. This increases the risk of data breaches and cyber-attacks.

Empowering developers to embrace Linux

The open source nature of Linux allows developers to avoid being constrained by a closed ecosystem.

Writing the future of machine learning and invention

June’s NAACL conference saw machine learning specialists from technology company Iprova present a paper introducing a new and effective method for the unsupervised training of machine learning algorithms to infer sentence embeddings.

ICO fines Bible Society for user data breach

Religious organisation hit with £100,000 fine after data of 417,000 users was affected.

GDPR was a major hiring boom for London

GDPR-related jobs are making up for the flat line in new vacancies.

Majority of Brits fear machines may take our jobs

Some believe machines could do their work - right now.

London named as AI capital of Europe

UK capital is home to 758 businesses that tackle artificial intelligence.

Is your startup ready for solutions architects?

A solutions architect can be instrumental in helping your startup's technology and products fit the needs of your customers.

BT chief executive Gavin Patterson to step down

Patterson will remain in the role until a successor is chosen later this year.

The artificial reality of cyber defence

Deep learning could lead to the next breakthrough in cyber defence.

Google could be hit by major fine on Android market dominance

European Commission finds Google treated device manufacturers unfairly.

Goal! Back of the botnet

By investing in integrated security solutions, you can protect your data and customers from botnets and other cyber threats.

How to create a culture of good governance through QA

Good governance is much easier to achieve with the right QA tools in place.

How CFO and CIO collaboration benefits business

Greater interaction between CFOs and CIOs can generate positive outcomes for the business in many ways. Here are just five.

ZTE apologises and pledges reform in US return

The fine has been paid, the ban lifted.

Google pledges its AI won't be used in weapons

That doesn't mean it won't work with the military.

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