In data we trust - balancing data innovation with data protection

Data is now a part of our daily lives and businesses must show consumers that they can safeguard their data effectively.

Why multi-layered protection might be the only security you can trust

Rising security risks and demand for seamless and secure access across any device, anytime, has triggered greater adoption of authentication solutions. So how can you choose a solution that works?Read more: http://www.itproportal.

Top 4 ways to make use of Open Data

There's no doubt the UK leads the way in open government data, with almost 17,000 datasets now available on the website. Here's how you can make the most of it.Read more:

Google Agitates For Public Debate On Europe’s Right To Be Forgotten Ruling

Google has now announced the full compliment of Google-selected “experts” who will be sitting on an advisory committee it has established to help navigate the decision making process in the wake of the so-called right to be forgotten ruling in Europe. Read More

The Sabermetrics Arms Race: Scouting In The Age Of Cyber Signal Stealing

In my favorite episode of “Seinfeld,” George Costanza’s boss with the Yankees, Mr. Wilhelm, notices that some shoes, bases, helmets and batting doughnuts have gone missing. After noting suspicious behavior from Costanza, Wilhelm shares his misgivings with Mr. Steinbrenner.

Cybersecurity And The Future Digital Economy

Just a week ago, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper testified before Congress that his fundamental concern focuses on the “moderate, iterative and constant barrage of cyber attacks on U.S. infrastructure” that will “impose cumulative costs on U.S.

Algorithms Are Replacing Unions As The Champions of Workers

So when I look around the world today and observe who are the next champions of workers, I surprisingly don’t see them where you would normally expect. Unions were once the bastions of progressive improvements for labor,

Interviews: Bruce Perens Answers Your Questions

A while ago you had the chance to ask programmer and open source advocate Bruce Perens about the future of open source, its role in government, and a number of other questions. Below you'll find his answers and an update on what he's doing now. Read more of this story at Slashdot.

Porklife: The Science of Building the Perfect Pig

Passing fields of soy, corn and towering bleach-white windmills fanning out across windy plains, I arrive early one morning somewhere between Chicago and Indianapolis at a place that promises "sow much fun". Read more...

Your Ultimate Guide To Mountaineering Gear

Ready to geek out on outdoors gear? Combining climbing, high altitudes, camping and extreme winter weather, mountaineering is probably the most gear-intensive sport there is. And here’s your ultimate guide to the best gear for it. Read more...

East of Palo Alto’s Eden

What if Silicon Valley had emerged from a racially integrated community? Would the technology industry be different?  Would we? And what can the technology industry do now to avoid repeating the mistakes of the past?

The AI-transformed customer experience – how does it actually work?

AI is making it possible for businesses to distinguish themselves through better, more personalised customer engagements.

DAG – The next generation of blockchain

DAG solves the limitations of blockchain and allows the technology to scale infinitely and at negligible cost.

Don't square off against a cyber threat without a game plan

Whether your organisation is dealing with ransomware, phishing or any other cyber threat, knowing what you're up against is essential to prevent falling victim to an attack.

Addressing the threat from within

How can businesses encourage employees to take cyber security as seriously as they do?

Cyber’s coming home: defending the World Cup against cyberattacks

It's time for businesses and individuals to treat their digital information and property as they would physical property.

Government launches UK Institute of Coding

The IoC’s goal is to nurture UK’s next generation of digital talent ‘at degree level and above’.

Panasonic launches new rugged Android handset

It's rugged, durable, and comes with a set of unique features, ones that the average consumer might find useless, but which will probably mean a lot for workers.

Crisis communication and the power of video

Organisations can use video as a means of quickly disseminating information to shareholders in a crisis.

IT Zen: Joining the shadow with the light

CIOs must develop a digital strategy that combines the flexibility of shadow IT with the needs of their business.

UK tech scene set for major new investment

Prime Minister reveals £2.3bn in new funding, with around 1,600 jobs set to be created.



11 Veggies You Can Regrow From Leftovers

Groceries are so expensive these days. But you can easily turn food into a fun and frugal adventure by regrowing new produce from leftovers.What kind of sorcery are we talking about? With varying degrees of difficulty, your used veggies can grow new life.




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继日前获得国内入网许可后三星Galaxy Mega 2近日现身马来西亚授权电商网站SenHeng,根据公布的信息显示该机配备分辨率为1280*720的6.0英寸TFT屏幕,1.5GHz的四核处理器和1.



New York governor wrongly faults National Weather Service forecasts for Buffalo snowstorm

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo responded to the massive lake-effect snow in the Buffalo area by criticizing the National Weather Service's (NWS) forecasts over the weekend, saying the agency failed to prepare the community for such a historic amount of snow.

Training-As-A-Service Startup Picks Up $1.1M After Growing Its Revenue 850% In 2014, a startup that provides onboarding and training tools, announced this morning that it has raised a $1.1 million round led by Allos Ventures, and participated in by several angels. The firm claims to be the first company to “count all three ExactTarget co-founders as investors.

Google Unveils Plans For Flexible, Biodome-Like Headquarters in Mountain View

Google just unveiled plans for a new headquarters that looks like a series of canopies or even almost geodesic-dome like formations down in Mountain View. It’s the first time the company has designed and built offices from scratch.

Indian Online Tutoring Platform Vedantu Nabs $5M From Accel And Tiger Global

Vedantu, an online tutoring platform, disclosed today that it has raised a $5 million series A from Accel Partners and Tiger Global Management. Test preparation is a big market in India as more students gear up for the exams they need to ace in order to score a place at a prestigious university.

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