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Are your business #applications designed for the #cloud? We had a chat with @Workday to help you find out!

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A Home Office review of the Emergency Services Mobile Communications Programme will not be finished before the end of July, the Public Accounts Committee has been told

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Google’s Project Zero has gone public with a #Windows 10 flaw that Microsoft claimed to have fixed in its February security update

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Makers Academy: Helping firms to address diversity recruitment woes

Training provider Makers Academycademy has helped firms such as Tesco recruit work-ready and diverse software engineering talent

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HSBC's internet #banking platform is testing out its service that enables customers to put all their bank accounts, from multiple providers, in one place

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Jargon Buster Guide to Artificial Intelligence

#AI is red hot. And stuffed with jargon. This e-guide will take a step back and throw the trend into relief. #MachineLearning Google

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Disaster recovery in the age of cloud

When is it best to go #cloud for #DR? That’s one of the key decision points we address in this e-guide. We also look at the key components that should be in your cloud #DisasterRecovery plan, and how to build testing into your cloud DR.

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UK organisations failing to take action against fraud

UK organisations are facing increasingly complex and costly incidents of fraud partly due to increasing cyber fraud, yet few are making use of the anti-fraud technologies available, a survey has revealed

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Lloyds Banking Group has announced plans to transform how it serves customers through substantial digital investment

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The EURECA moment: Counting the cost of running the UK’s public sector datacentres

The EU-backed #EURECA project has spent the past 36 months assessing the state of public sector datacentres across Europe, and is revealing what it found

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The EU-backed EURECA project has spent the past 36 months assessing the state of public sector datacentres across Europe, and is revealing what it found

http://bit.ly/2onABCz

The Internet of Things in 2018: towards enterprise ubiquity

Let´s explore some of the latest trends around IoT deployments, looking at real world projects, options for CIOs interested in getting involved, and new applications.

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Everyone now has a mobile device at work, so how can enterprises ensure they are secure?

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The FCA is working with a US finance regulator to support financial technology companies on both sides of the Atlantic

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Crown Prosecution Service gives undertaking to Lauri Love that it will not appeal against a court decision not to extradite him to the US – but prosecutors are seeking leave to appeal over part of the court ruling on extradition procedure

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The days of fixing the date bug in legacy systems may be long gone, but IT now has as much of an effort mitigating the #Spectre / #Meltdown processor flaw

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With Mobile World Congress 2018 a week away, early 5G network standards formalised and tests up and running at the #WinterOlympics, we assess the state of 5G, and what's needed to kick-start commercial roll-outs

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The managed desktop has been running for nearly 20 years. Surely there must be a better way? We investigate

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Despite Brexit, the UK capital is still a popular destination for technology workers migrating from both inside and outside the European Union

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The #CIO of Hobbycraft, Mike Thomas, speaks to Computer Weekly about the art of digital transformation in retail, the importance of customer experience and getting a good return on investment
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A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation

The pressure is on for companies to comply with the #GDPR. In this 12-page buyer’s guide, we look at the tools that could be used for compliance, the incentive to create a smarter, leaner business, and the myths surrounding the new rules.

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Every year we conduct a large-scale survey of our readers to find out their IT spending priorities for the year ahead – it's always an interesting take on what's happening in IT departments around the country because it's coming from the leaders making those technology purchasing decisions.

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UK Foreign Office minister condemns Russia for NotPetya attacks

The UK has attributed to Russia the #NotPetya #malware that caused significant disruption globally, based on an assessment by the #NCSC

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IT services firm Atos is investigating a potential security breach in response to reports that employee credentials were found in malware used to target the Winter #Olympics

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Networking giant posted $8.8bn loss in the second quarter of its fiscal 2018 after booking charges related to the US government’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, but saw a strong quarter elsewhere

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How AI will underpin cyber security in the next few years

#CyberSecurity risks are growing in complexity and volume, but #AI techniques can help businesses track and fight them in real time

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Let´s look at the latest thinking on good datacentre management practice, while shining a light on the tools and technologies that are on the market (or in the pipeline) that can help enterprises run their facilities with greater ease and agility.

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Experts at the 2018 Everywoman forum spoke about the pros of role models and cons of an artificially intelligent future designed solely by men

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French technology startups are forging ahead – but how?

France has sprung to the forefront of the international tech startup scene. How has this happened, and what's next for French tech firms?

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Europol says criminals are hiding billions in #cryptocurrencies, as thousands of government and other websites have reportedly been used to hijack computers to mine more

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Cloud management platforms: What you need to know to make multi-cloud happen

Deploying a cloud management platform can make adopting a multi-cloud approach to consuming IT resources easier, but choosing one that is the right fit for your enterprise can be a challenge for CIOs, finds Stuart Burns

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Beyond the hype: How big data projects are delivering

This e-guide collates a group of examples of #BigData technologies in use, such as how Mercedes-Benz -AMG Petronas Motorsport are looking to gain an edge on the competition in the #GrandPrix season. Also see how big organisations are managing their big data operations and their data analytics programmes and teams through some high profile case studies. #Malaria #Formula1

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The damage that leaving the #EU without a deal will reap on the UK tech sector is unthinkable, a House of Lords committee told.

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Deploying a #cloud management platform can make adopting a multi-cloud approach to consuming IT resources easier, but choosing one that is the right fit for your enterprise can be a challenge for #CIOs, finds Stuart Burns

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Although critical operations were not affected by the incident, event organisers at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics had to shut down servers and the official games website to prevent further damage

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Theatres and other entertainment venues are in a constant war with ticket fraudsters commanding botnet armies, as are other purveyors of high-value, limited-edition goods

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