Data adequacy post-Brexit

This article explores the importance of understanding the significance of being data adequate – or not – in a post- Brexit landscape, regardless of the exact ‘type’ of Brexit outcome.

AI fails: why AI still isn’t ready to take your job

Howard Williams, marketing director at Parker Software, explores how recent artificial intelligence mishaps show that AI still isn’t ready to take our jobs just yet.

A GDPR storm is coming – are you prepared?

If you aren’t GDPR compliant you’re likely to be in some serious trouble in the next few months.

Amazon to add 1,000 UK jobs

Northern England, namely Manchester, is getting its first Amazon office.

Apple reportedly set to ditch Intel for Arm hardware

If it happens, it will happen in 2020 or 2021, new reports claim.

Scrutiny on the data supply chain

In the data supply chain, businesses within the financial services space need to understand and to audit what happens to the data across the process.

BlackBerry vs Facebook – a David vs Goliath conundrum

Earlier this year, BlackBerry sued Facebook in the US for infringement of multiple patents, relating to various aspects of Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp & Instagram.

Know your audience – the people behind the data

Developing a deep understanding of customers behaviours and preferences is the key to unlocking your data potential says Stuart Robb, CEO and founder of Equiniti Data.

CyberGhost VPN

CyberGhost VPN may be on the expensive side when it comes to monthly pricing but its two and three year plans make it much more affordable to sign up for this powerful VPN.

How education and training can help bridge the cybersecurity skills gap

Addressing the cybersecurity skills gap will require businesses, educations, cybersecurity professionals and even governments to work together.

Microsoft boosts cloud business to go after government contracts

The company's expanded Azure cloud service for governments will arrive in Q1 2019.



Microsoft is ready to bring 4G devices to India

Microsoft is ready to bring 4G devices to India. The LTE landscape has improved a lot in the country in the last few months and the devices and services giant has said that once the operators are ready, it will offer the technology.



An 80-Foot Tree Sculpture in Paris Looks a Lot Like a Giant Butt Plug

Shield your eyes, art aficionadosA giant inflatable sculpture was erected in Place Vendôme in Paris, France, on Oct. 16, and ever since, it has been making waves for locals and tourists alike. The reason may be fairly obvious: The sculpture, called "Tree," looks suspiciously like giant butt plug.

Lumia 1520更新Denim后4K视频录制展示

也许对不少人来说对Lumia Denim更新所带来的4K视频录制特性并没有太大期待,因为该特性对于部分人来说并没有多大的用处,毕竟目前4K高清视频内容和播放设备并没有相当普及。

UK mobile provider EE is purchased by BT

UK broadband internet provider BT has purchased the UK’s largest mobile network EE from Deutche Telekom and Orange for a reported 12.5 billion (approx $19.1 billion). There’s an arms race forming between major mobile providers in the UK.

6 timeless tips that will help simplify your job search

The irony of job search advice: There's so much available that you don't have to spend more than four seconds Googling about before you land on some nugget of wisdom or anotherYet, at the same time,



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Maison de Mode takes its online ethical luxury fashion brand to an offline pop-up in San Francisco

San Francisco’s fashion staple seems to be ripped jeans and a hoodie. But just between the dark and edgy All Saints and Paris designer St. Laurent on San Francisco’s Maiden Lane is a rare, high-end fashion pop-up called Maison de Mode.

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