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Actively exploited server backdoor remains undetected in most organisations' networks
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cyber attacks

Actively exploited server backdoor remains undetected in most organisations' networks

Kaspersky researchers identified a growing trend of implanting highly stealthy backdoors in the servers belonging to the most powerful organisations
1 Jul 2022
SpaceX given FCC nod to provide Starlink Wi-Fi to moving vehicles
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Network & Internet

SpaceX given FCC nod to provide Starlink Wi-Fi to moving vehicles

The approval allows the satellite network to cater to planes, ships and trucks in next step of expansion
1 Jul 2022
The public sector will no longer face eye-watering data breach fines, ICO confirms
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public sector

The public sector will no longer face eye-watering data breach fines, ICO confirms

The regulator will, however, increase the use of its wider powers like handing out warnings and reprimands
1 Jul 2022
Northern Ireland is the future of British cyber security
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cyber security

Northern Ireland is the future of British cyber security

How a perfect marriage of government and academia backing has led to a hotbed of tech talent and surge in foreign investment
1 Jul 2022
Siemens and Nvidia partner on industrial metaverse concept
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digital transformation

Siemens and Nvidia partner on industrial metaverse concept

The duo also aim to advance industrial automation through full-fidelity digital twins
30 Jun 2022
Securing endpoints amid new threats
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Whitepaper

Securing endpoints amid new threats

Ensuring employees have the flexibility and security to work remotely
30 Jun 2022
Modernise the workforce experience
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Whitepaper

Modernise the workforce experience

Actionable insights and an optimised experience for both IT and end users
30 Jun 2022
Delivering on demand: Momentum builds toward flexible IT
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Whitepaper

Delivering on demand: Momentum builds toward flexible IT

A modern digital workplace strategy
30 Jun 2022
Google backs Thales' public cloud services firm
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public cloud

Google backs Thales' public cloud services firm

S3NS will store and secure France's most sensitive state and corporate data
30 Jun 2022
Review calls for urgent new laws over use of biometric technology
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Policy & legislation

Review calls for urgent new laws over use of biometric technology

Report also calls for the creation of a biometrics ethics board and greater scrutiny of data sharing
30 Jun 2022
Xerox CEO John Visentin dies unexpectedly aged 59
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Careers & training

Xerox CEO John Visentin dies unexpectedly aged 59

Visentin is said to have passed following complications from an ongoing illness
30 Jun 2022
The digital workplace roadmap
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Whitepaper

The digital workplace roadmap

A leader's guide to strategy and success
30 Jun 2022
BT says it needs more time to remove Huawei equipment from UK networks
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Network & Internet

BT says it needs more time to remove Huawei equipment from UK networks

The company has until January 2023 to remove the Chinese operator’s equipment in its core network, but has now asked the government for an extension
30 Jun 2022
What is SMAC?
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digital transformation

What is SMAC?

Customers live in a world that’s both social and mobile – so it’s important to reach them where they are
30 Jun 2022
Government to boost AI data mining research in copyright law change
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Policy & legislation

Government to boost AI data mining research in copyright law change

Text and data mining will be allowed for any purpose, with aim of making UK an AI powerhouse
29 Jun 2022
DHSC sets out ambitious targets for NHS App by 2023, beyond
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Business strategy

DHSC sets out ambitious targets for NHS App by 2023, beyond

Ongoing NHS digitisation efforts will form backbone of the new system
29 Jun 2022
Former Uber security chief to face fraud charges over hack coverup
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data breaches

Former Uber security chief to face fraud charges over hack coverup

This is thought to be the first instance of a corporate information security officer criminally charged with concealing a hack
29 Jun 2022
NOAA unveils two new supercomputers in effort to better predict extreme weather
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high-performance computing (HPC)

NOAA unveils two new supercomputers in effort to better predict extreme weather

The move more than doubles the agency's computing capacity, in hopes of preventing further loss of human life and damage to economy
29 Jun 2022
Databricks announces major contributions to flagship open source projects
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open source

Databricks announces major contributions to flagship open source projects

The Data and AI specialist will contribute new Delta Lake features and enhancements to the Linux Foundation
29 Jun 2022
Google aims to court US public sector with new division
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public sector

Google aims to court US public sector with new division

The company hopes that the launch of Google Public Sector will help it to rapidly expand its services to the government
29 Jun 2022
HPE upgrades GreenLake with Private Cloud Enterprise
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Cloud

HPE upgrades GreenLake with Private Cloud Enterprise

Landing in September 2022, HPE GreenLake for Private Cloud Enterprise ‘reimagines’ the private cloud experience, the industry giant claims
28 Jun 2022
Government competition promises £12 million fund for UK tech startups
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Business strategy

Government competition promises £12 million fund for UK tech startups

Winning bidders will run a two-year programme to give smaller firms a seat at the table of the UK’s $1 trillion tech sector
28 Jun 2022
Google Earth Engine open for business on Google Cloud, in corporate sustainability push
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Cloud

Google Earth Engine open for business on Google Cloud, in corporate sustainability push

Vital data will allow firms to make informed choices around sustainability, and view impacts of both historical and day-to-day climate change
28 Jun 2022