The nine best cyber security courses
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The nine best cyber security courses

These courses can help you to launch a cyber security career or improve your skills
6 Apr 2021
Hackers target LinkedIn users with fake job offers to spread malware
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Hackers target LinkedIn users with fake job offers to spread malware

The Golden Chicken group is selling the More_Eggs backdoor to other groups as a malware as a service (MaaS) model
6 Apr 2021
LinkedIn tackles UK’s soaring unemployment with a suite of new features
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Careers & training

LinkedIn tackles UK’s soaring unemployment with a suite of new features

New tools include a Career Coach that helps applicants better understand their goals and skills
1 Apr 2021
Government launches 400 free qualifications to help with economic recovery
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Careers & training

Government launches 400 free qualifications to help with economic recovery

There are 31 digital qualifications on offer, including courses in cyber security and coding
1 Apr 2021
IT Pro 20/20: Meet the companies leaving the office for good
IT Pro 20/20: Leaving the office for good
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IT Pro 20/20: Meet the companies leaving the office for good

The 15th issue of IT Pro 20/20 looks at the nature of operating a business in 2021
31 Mar 2021
Capgemini to create 1,500 new digital jobs across the UK
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Careers & training

Capgemini to create 1,500 new digital jobs across the UK

New hires will be trained in digital services, project management, and cyber security
29 Mar 2021
Staff will quit if not allowed back into the office, chancellor warns
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Staff will quit if not allowed back into the office, chancellor warns

Rishi Sunak argues businesses will lose talent if they force employees into permanent remote work
26 Mar 2021
The IT Pro Podcast: What happens when you’re the only woman in the room
The IT Pro Podcast: What happens when you’re the only woman in the room
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The IT Pro Podcast: What happens when you’re the only woman in the room

We find out what it’s really like to join an all-male team
26 Mar 2021
Seven skills you need to become a front-end developer
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Seven skills you need to become a front-end developer

Here are the credentials needed to create an engaging and interactive website
25 Mar 2021
Businesses using AI 'should have legal duty to consult with unions'
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Businesses using AI 'should have legal duty to consult with unions'

TUC calls for increased legal protections for workers in order to tackle workplace discrimination
25 Mar 2021
Former Skyscanner exec to lead Scottish tech hub plan
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Former Skyscanner exec to lead Scottish tech hub plan

Mark Logan will oversee a programme programme aimed at establishing Scotland as a world-class technology hub
24 Mar 2021
AWS appoints Salesforce exec Adam Selipsky as CEO
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Careers & training

AWS appoints Salesforce exec Adam Selipsky as CEO

The former Tableau CEO is returning to AWS after four years to replace Andy Jassy
24 Mar 2021
Salesforce aims to close UK's digital divide with free skills workshop
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Careers & training

Salesforce aims to close UK's digital divide with free skills workshop

The programme covers a range of topics that are deemed essential for the contemporary job candidate
23 Mar 2021
Google Cloud hires Intel exec to ramp up in-house chip production
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Google Cloud hires Intel exec to ramp up in-house chip production

Uri Frank has been appointed VP of Engineering for the tech giant’s server chip design division
23 Mar 2021
City of London Police wage war against Sci-Hub
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City of London Police wage war against Sci-Hub

The popular shadow library website has been accused of orchestrating at least 42 cyber attacks on UK universities
22 Mar 2021
UK's growing skills gap could stall COVID recovery
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UK's growing skills gap could stall COVID recovery

The number of students taking IT subjects at GCSE level has fallen by 40%, according to the Learning and Work Institute
22 Mar 2021
UK tech vacancies fell sharply in 2020
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Careers & training

UK tech vacancies fell sharply in 2020

The number of openings on LinkedIn declined by 57% despite strong demand for cloud computing skills
22 Mar 2021
Google to invest $7bn in offices and data centres across the US
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Google to invest $7bn in offices and data centres across the US

Tech giant announces three new buildings in Texas, North Carolina, and Minnesota
19 Mar 2021
Help to Grow: Government responds to SMB SOS
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Help to Grow: Government responds to SMB SOS

Sample our exclusive Business Briefing content
18 Mar 2021
CTO job description: What does a CTO do?
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Business strategy

CTO job description: What does a CTO do?

More than a glorified IT manager, a CTO can have real clout in an organisation
17 Mar 2021
Employer demand for IT degrees grew significantly in 2020
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Careers & training

Employer demand for IT degrees grew significantly in 2020

Six out of ten degrees that saw the biggest increase in demand related to computing and IT
17 Mar 2021
Nokia to cut 10,000 jobs in bid to boost R&D funds
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Nokia to cut 10,000 jobs in bid to boost R&D funds

The Finnish telecoms giant plans to save €600m over the next two years to reinvest into emerging technologies
16 Mar 2021
Why you should prioritise employee experience
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Business strategy

Why you should prioritise employee experience

How your employees perceive your organisation is key to business success
16 Mar 2021