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Cradle to grave – why device management is key to employee success

The important thing to remember here is that it is not enough simply to set devices up for users; IT needs to consider the lifecycle.

Study reveals Millennials expect fast refunds, older consumers are thrifty but tolerant

There is no doubt that the bar has been raised high by ecommerce giants for shorter delivery times and free delivery, and consumers now expect this from retailers large and small.

IBM to sell seven major software brands to Indian firm

While IBM focuses on cloud computing, analysts are slamming the deal.

O2 outage caused by Ericsson software fault

Consumers, as well as a few services, couldn't use O2's cellular network.

Amazon targets airports for new checkout-free stores

Ecommerce giant wants to bring its cashierless experience to time-deprived passengers.

Mobile shopping now makes up a quarter of all spending

Clothes and accessories among the most popular items bought on smartphones, Mastercard finds.

2019 predictions: the year of SD-WAN

Throughout 2019, SD-WAN is set to further change the business landscape, unlocking the cloud’s potential and empowering businesses.

Japan to halt buying Huawei, ZTE equipment

Government set to revise internal rules on procurement to protect national cybersecurity.

What do the cloud wars mean for enterprises in 2019?

In reviewing a year of heated and varied competition, there are two key themes that have emerged as central to 2018’s cloud wars, and which help set the stage for 2019.

Cybersecurity’s C-suite dreams are made of these

Where should the chief information security officer sit in the leadership team?

What businesses can learn from the sports industry

Digitisation is the key to surviving – and thriving.

DevOps: Common mistakes and how to avoid them

Here are some common mistakes businesses might face and how best learn from them.

Chrome update now blocks fake ads

Sites will have 30 days to clean up.

Symantec looks to secure critical infrastructure

USBs are often used to update systems, but are also frequent carriers of dangerous malware.

Bad mobile working tech is costing businesses thousands

Tech that's supposed to improve productivity sometimes ends up hurting it.

Facebook fights back following release of internal policies

Company policies are being taken out of context, social media giant claims.

5G phones could come with a big price tag

Next-generation devices could be $300 more expensive than their 4G counterparts.

Huawei CFO arrested in Canada

Meng Wanzhou could face extradition to the United States, but the exact charges are still unknown.

How to survive the next Azure outage

Stuff happens. Failures are inevitable. But here is the untold story from that day.

Nine ways to safeguard privileged user accounts and protect your kingdom

Organisations must continue extending their security parameters in the battle against cyber criminals and they should start with privileged user accounts says Anusha K Muralidharan, Product Consultant, ManageEngine.

Reboot to restore software - A preferred Windows steady state alternative for educational institutes

The discontinuation of Windows SteadyState left a massive void in the educational sector with regard to workstation management. Products leveraging the power of the Reboot to Restore technology to keep systems in optimal functionality without complications or delay.

The CIO’s role in regaining customer trust

Be the evangelist CIO, the one who embraces digital adoption to its fullest.

AI diagnostics: innovation race is on as research confirms accuracy

A series of well-publicised clinical trials has confirmed that the technology is application-ready and capable of making a real contribution to improving the delivery of health services.

How to fail at digital transformation

Here’s how to find fruit in the failure of undergoing digital transformation.

Amazon topples Apple as world's most valuable company

However the move to top spot did not last long.

Businesses warned on winter phishing scams

Winter is phishing season.

Kubernetes hit by major security flaw

Serious flaw is so big that users should stop Kubernetes work until updating.

Top IoT protocols hide security risks

Major security flaws allow hackers to read millions of messages.

BT strips Huawei kit from its network

4G tech to be removed, 5G Huawei tech probably won't make it to the UK.

The increasing importance of implementing fool-proof disaster recovery

If a company experiences a significant outage in service or loss of data it can have a devastating effect on customer retention as customers who rely on their services may experience a significant impact on their own businesses.

Are you getting the most out of your data analytics?

Infosys study reveals many businesses are lacking the right skills.

It’s time for businesses to take a fresh look at cyber resilience

More than 75 per cent of companies asked said they don’t have a formal cyber security incident response plan that’s applied consistently across their organisation.

Common misconceptions around performance marketing

It’s time to take a look at the key misconceptions surrounding performance marketing, and set them straight.

A partnership to revolutionise the UK energy market

Emiliano Cevenini, vice president of commercial and industrial vertical markets for Vertiv in Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Devrim Celal, CEO of Upside Energy, discuss new partnerships.

Getting cybersecurity to the top of the boardroom agenda

CEOs, Boards of Directors and Trustees are now realising how fatal cybersecurity failures can really be.

DDN brings real-time analysis of microscopy data to researchers

New platform delivers a 1,600-fold yield compared with traditional microscopy workflows

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