UK employees feel remote working guilt

Half of UK employees working remotely feel pressure to prove their working.

The rise of ATM Attacks: What are the risks to banks and businesses?

A 2017 European ATM Crime Report by EAST showed a 287 per cent rise in ATM black box attacks on the previous year.

UK businesses struggling to juggle demands of new technology

Between employees, customers and the wider society - who do you prioritise?

UK leading the way in the data centre market

40,000 new square metres of data centre added in the UK every year, study finds.

Global IT spending set for major growth in 2019

IT expenditure across the world will hit $3.8 trillion next year, according to Gartner.

Soothing the headache of compliance overload: a look at PCI DSS and GDPR

To better understand the two regulations’ similarities and differences, it is important to explore them in more detail. Here’s a closer look.

Blockchain can revolutionise UK business

UK and global supply chains will be fully transformed within the next five to seven years.

Where there’s risk, there are rewards: educating for careers in cybersecurity

Marie Hattar of Keysight Technologies looks at how the cybersecurity skills gap can be closed by attracting new talent to the industry.

Painting by numbers: developing the real productivity picture

Could technology and data analytics be used to improve not only the workplace but also an organisation's employees?

Protecting your digital identity from hacks and breaches

As our identities become increasingly digital, protecting them from cyber threats has never been more important.

Six reasons an arts degree is an ideal springboard for a career in IT

The soft skills learned at a liberal arts college actually translate quite well to the field of IT.

Shocking image of Kiev's Independence Square before and after the riots

Kiev grows more violent every day as Ukrainians riot against its authoritarian government. Witnessing the transformation through media outlets could never sum up the amount of devastation conveyed in this single image of the city's Independence Square.Read more...    

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CIA's Senate Ally Accuses Agency of Spying on Congress

The Central Intelligence Agency may have just lost one of its closest allies on Capitol HillSen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), who has long been one of the most staunch defenders of the U.S. intelligence community, accused the CIA of snooping through congressional computers in an act of intimidation.

App Store六岁啦!看数字说说历年大事件

太平洋时间7月10日,苹果App Store迎来了它的6周岁生日,这个如今已经拥有120万应用(WWDC2014数据)的商店发展速度着实惊人,那么今天我们就来盘点下那些关于App Store数字。


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Lawyers use Facebook to target people busted at festivals with drugs

A Sydney law firm is taking a new approach to getting clients — using Facebook's targeted advertising to get the attention of first-time drug offenders and potential clients.LY Lawyers used a stock image of a person cutting lines of cocaine with the caption:

Today Is The Final Day To Save $1,000 On Disrupt SF Tickets

After a one-week extension, today is the absolute last day to get your early-bird tickets to Disrupt SF 2015, so if you want to secure your spot to the hottest show in tech while saving a serious amount of cash in the process, be sure to get your tickets now. Read More


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