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Windows 10 security features can be easily bypassed

Google's Project Zero team reveals Windows 10 lockdown bypass despite requests from Microsoft.

Is your business ready to go cognitive-first?

The businesses of the future will leverage intelligent apps and utilise the full toolkit of Big Data and analytics.

How the next generation of technology is combating cybercrime in the financial sector

Emerging technologies such as AI can be utilised to safeguard businesses against cyber threats.

A look inside the 'work from anywhere' future

The nature of work is changing but are organisations ready to embrace remote working?

eCall – why prioritising network traffic saves lives

Lifeline devices such as eCall have tremendous potential to help save lives as they reduce emergency response times.

ZTE fights back against US ban

Chinese firm slams decision to block sales of its products as 'unfair' and announces a legal battle.

Cybercrime revenues top $1.5 billion worldwide

If cybercrime were a country, its GDP would be the 13th highest in the world, report claims.

Qualcomm planning 1,500 job cuts

Cost-saving measure comes as Qualcomm looks to finalise NXP deal.

Trusting IT to fail?

Trust is built on shared experience and intelligence. For the business to trust IT to fail, IT leaders must act now to prove, measure and communicate their remarkable insight.

Building a cloud-native desktop service is a different game

The wise decision is to use Windows 10 natively in the cloud, as it saves you unnecessary complexity down the road.

The general data protection regulation deadline is just over a month away but is Britain ready for i

Individuals still don’t understand their rights under GDPR says, ICONFIRMs UK CEO Mike McEwan.

Understanding the impact of GDPR on the customer journey

The mere idea of GDPR brings anxiety and trepidation to many. This shouldn’t be the case.

What’s the influence of augmented reality on the ecommerce industry?

Emerging technology of Augmented Reality is propelling the ecommerce industry to widen its horizons and enhance customer experience.

Healthcare workers lacking data expertise

Growing need for data skills makes it difficult for healthcare professionals to perform their duties.

More than half of retailers aren't ready for GDPR

Retailers utilise data to personalise the customer experience.

Intel shuts down wearable tech group

Chipmaker will not bring the Vaunt smart glasses to market.

It's time to become data-driven (or die)

Is your organisation making the most of its data?

Looking to update infrastructure? Collaborate with cloud providers

Building an IT infrastructure based in the cloud will give your business a competitive advantage.

GDPR: move that data securely

Data must be encrypted and backed up properly in multiple locations to ensure its security.

How is Artificial Intelligence shaping the future of insurance?

AI is allowing insurers to reduce human errors while lowering administrative costs.

Microsoft adds Windows Defender anti-phishing tool to Chrome

Google's popular browser gets more secure with Windows Defender plug-in.

Intel: Why you need to get modern, and get secure, to ensure business success

Intel VP tells us why security is “number one” priority for the PC giant as it shows off it’s latest vPro tools.

Facebook is looking to build its own processors

New hardware will be designed to power artificial intelligence and machine learning.

How IT can stop losing the shadow IT war

The shadow IT war is hurting everyone, and it’s time for it to end.

The open data debate – is GDPR a burden or benefit?

But in a world that’s increasingly shaped by open data, what are some of the risks and opportunities related to the introduction of GDPR?

Augmented reality is changing the face of digital marketing

Augmented reality provides vast benefits to your brand, and is a tech innovation that is here to stay.

AI can transform UK banking

Bankers are keen to receive AI insights as banks look to deploy the new technology.

Facebook unveils new data protection rules ahead of GDPR

Users will soon be able to view, delete and control how their data is shared more easily.

How 21st century security teams can stop phishing schemes from stealing enterprise data

Employees must first be trained to spot a phishing scheme before they can prevent it.

DDoS attacks costing UK firms £35,000 per attack

New research highlights the financial and reputational cost of DDoS attacks.

The state of AI: why businesses need to start using Artificial Intelligence now

Organisations can utilise AI to maximise the talents of their staff while augmenting their capabilities.

NHS slammed for lack of security action, one year after Wannacry

Little done to secure UK's health service following last year's attack.

Four steps to better IT hygiene

Protecting a business from data breaches is no longer just the concern of the IT department.

UK digital economy facing skilled staff shortage

To meet the tech sector's demand for skilled staff, schools and universities must widen their curriculum.

Botnets present 195,000 security threats per day

Botnets are impacting more than 100 million unique targets, daily.

Tech giants sign major cyber-alliance

A bunch of high-profile technology companies just signed an agreement to help defend customers everywhere from cybercriminals and nation-states with malicious intentions.

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