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.

Are marketing clouds finally ready to get social media right?

Software leaders are once again tipping their toes into social media but this time they're being considerably more cautious.

We must take data more seriously to deliver greater productivity

It's high time businesses and consumers realise the value of data.

SMEs look to RPA to improve GDPR compliance and staff productivity

It seems that many SMBs are already unlocking the power of RPA to improve efficiency, allowing them to use their best asset - their employees – to focus on and undertake more transformative activities.

Data: transforming the energy sector and generating customer loyalty through AI

AI and data analytics can provide energy service providers with greater insight into the wants and needs of their customers.

NHS to get £500m tech investment

Health secretary Matt Hancock stresses need for digital transformation in healthcare.

Too human? Keeping the personal touch in customer contact

Through automation and AI, contact centres can deliver even greater personalisation while reducing strain on employees.

Technology doesn’t mean you can forget the basics of customer service

There is no excuse to forget the basic rules of customer service; technology can be used to enhance this – not replace. So, what are these rules - and how can businesses get them right?

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.

Younger workers often to blame for cyberattacks

Junior employees appear to care less about cybersecurity, Centrify survey claims.



Conan O’Brien Tries Out Tinder

For many of us in the tech world, the word “Tinder” has been a part of our vocabulary for years now. (And no, I don’t mean kindling for a fire.) Still, some folks are just now jumping on the bandwagon, not least of which is Mr. Conan O’Brien himself.

Microsoft Partners Said To Test Windows 9 Ahead Of Public Release

Microsoft is expected to release a technical preview of Windows 9 on September 30th. So if you were looking forward to getting your paws on the code, you have only four weeks left to wait. That is, if you are not a key Microsoft partner. According to NeoWin’s Brad Sams,

[iOS]坑爹的ALAsset(Assets Library Framework) - 極

Assets Library Framework可以用来做iOS上的多选器,选照片视频啥的啦就不介绍了。目前的项目有点类似dropbox,可以选择设备内的照片然后帮你上传文件,使用了Assets Library Framework,背景如此。



Snmp学习总结(六)——linux下安装和配置SNMP - 孤傲苍狼

一、安装SNMP1.1、下载Net-SNMP的源代码 选择一个SNMP版本,比如5.7.1,下载地址如下:,如下图所示: 下载完成之后得到如下图所示的一个压缩包 ...

YC-Backed Bluesmart Raises $2 Million For Its Self-Tracking Suitcase

“Imagine a world where you never lose your luggage,” says CEO of BlueSmart, Diego Saez-Gil. He motions to a compact carry-on suitcase sitting beside us and tells me he can track this piece of luggage anywhere. Saez-Gil’s Y Combinator-backed startup makes these hardshell suitcases.





Moviepilot Raises $16M For Its Fan-Centric Publishing Platform

Moviepilot, a movie site targeting (you guessed it) millennials, is announcing that it has raised $16 million in Series B funding.The company started in Germany before launching in the United States, and raising $7 million in funding, about three years ago,

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