Two thirds of UK organisations facing digital skills gap
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Business

Two thirds of UK organisations facing digital skills gap

A report by Microsoft, Goldsmiths UCL finds that 44% of UK-based leaders fear the negative effects of a lack of digital skills
24 Nov 2020
Trump fires cyber security chief over election fraud dismissal
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Security

Trump fires cyber security chief over election fraud dismissal

Chris Krebs was reportedly fired over Twitter for suggesting election manipulation claims were "unsubstantiated"
18 Nov 2020
Insider data breaches set to increase due to remote work shift
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data breaches

Insider data breaches set to increase due to remote work shift

Forrester expects internal incidents to cause a third of breaches next year, an 8% increase compared to 2020
26 Oct 2020
Steve Ballmer would "bet money" that big tech won't be broken up
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Policy & legislation

Steve Ballmer would "bet money" that big tech won't be broken up

Former Microsoft CEO says the latest calls from Congress will not lead to any major changes
8 Oct 2020
Democratic lawmakers push for breakup of US tech giants
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business management

Democratic lawmakers push for breakup of US tech giants

Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple are abusing power with monopolies, congressional report suggests
7 Oct 2020
IT professionals want UK gov to block Nvidia's Arm takeover
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mergers and acquisitions

IT professionals want UK gov to block Nvidia's Arm takeover

The UK should be protecting jobs and intellectual property that 'underpins' its future, says BCS
5 Oct 2020
Apple recycling partner accused of reselling over 100,000 devices
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Mobile Phones

Apple recycling partner accused of reselling over 100,000 devices

Legal complaint accuses Geep Canada of illegally selling 103,845 iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch devices
5 Oct 2020
Spotify CEO to invest €1bn to 'protect EU startups from US buyers'
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startups

Spotify CEO to invest €1bn to 'protect EU startups from US buyers'

Daniel Ek argues too many entrepreneurs are selling up to US firms before their ideas have been 'fully realised'
25 Sep 2020
2,000 days: A road map for the CIO of 2025
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2,000 days: A road map for the CIO of 2025

The increasingly strategic role of CIOs
23 Sep 2020
Oracle will take a 12.5% stake of TikTok Global
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mergers and acquisitions

Oracle will take a 12.5% stake of TikTok Global

The controversial video-sharing platform has chosen Oracle as its new cloud provider
21 Sep 2020
Changing spots: How to reinvent your business
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Changing spots: How to reinvent your business

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18 Sep 2020
Dell plans to axe more jobs in bid to cut costs
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Dell plans to axe more jobs in bid to cut costs

The hardware giant is conducting an "organisational review" which "always results in some job loss or restructuring"
15 Sep 2020
UK tech startups to watch in 2021
startups

UK tech startups to watch in 2021

Fintech, AI, robotic arms, and a Gmail plugin make up IT Pro's list of small businesses to watch
11 Sep 2020
Mind over matter: Why work is more than work
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Mind over matter: Why work is more than work

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10 Sep 2020
Microsoft UK appoints Clare Barclay as CEO
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Microsoft UK appoints Clare Barclay as CEO

Barclay replaces Cindy Rose, who has moved to lead the company's business across the rest of Western Europe
9 Sep 2020
Business in focus: The retail sector
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Business in focus: The retail sector

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4 Sep 2020
Google's diversity record is hurting recruitment, warns university outreach group
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Careers & training

Google's diversity record is hurting recruitment, warns university outreach group

Churn rate remains highest among non-white employees despite numerous diversity pledges
2 Sep 2020
90% of Brits want to continue working remotely
flexible working

90% of Brits want to continue working remotely

Preventing people from choosing how they work in the future does not make economic sense, researchers suggest
28 Aug 2020
Dell and VMware revenues boosted by remote working
Business operations

Dell and VMware revenues boosted by remote working

Online learning and working from home helped both firms beat analyst expectations
28 Aug 2020
Remote working shift could lead to "ghost towns", experts warn
flexible working

Remote working shift could lead to "ghost towns", experts warn

Local businesses and city centres will struggle without the "passing trade" of office workers, says CBI
27 Aug 2020
Business 101: Is there a formula for success?
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Business 101: Is there a formula for success?

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27 Aug 2020
Trump backs Oracle’s potential TikTok takeover
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Trump backs Oracle’s potential TikTok takeover

TikTok has until mid-September to find a suitable US-based purchaser
19 Aug 2020
O2's IoT toolkit will help businesses return to the office
Internet of Things (IoT)

O2's IoT toolkit will help businesses return to the office

The suite of tools will enable safe and secure access to the workplace in order to minimise the threat of spreading COVID-19
18 Aug 2020