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Digital remote monitoring and dispatch services’ impact on edge computing and data centres
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Whitepaper

Digital remote monitoring and dispatch services’ impact on edge computing and data centres

Seven trends redefining remote monitoring and field service dispatch service requirements
13 Oct 2021
UK gov urged to protect human right to review AI decisions
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artificial intelligence (AI)

UK gov urged to protect human right to review AI decisions

BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, is calling on the government not to remove Article 22 ‘while AI is still in its infancy'
13 Oct 2021
Google Workspace adds Jira and AppSheet integrations
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collaboration

Google Workspace adds Jira and AppSheet integrations

The tech giant's productivity suite will also give customers more controls over Google Meet encryption
13 Oct 2021
Australia plots harsher penalties for hackers involved in ransomware attacks
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Policy & legislation

Australia plots harsher penalties for hackers involved in ransomware attacks

The country has published its ransomware action plan as it tries to tackle the growing threat
13 Oct 2021
Apple reportedly slashes iPhone 13 production due to chip crisis
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components

Apple reportedly slashes iPhone 13 production due to chip crisis

Shortages of key components has forced Apple to cut production by as much as 10 million units
13 Oct 2021
IBM pledges to reskill 30 million people globally by 2030
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Careers & training

IBM pledges to reskill 30 million people globally by 2030

The company is hoping to close the global digital skills gap and prepare candidates for the jobs of tomorrow
13 Oct 2021
Is big tech the new East India Company?
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data mining

Is big tech the new East India Company?

We examine whether big tech companies are following in the footsteps of colonial powers as they expand across the world
13 Oct 2021
A quantitative comparison of UPS monitoring and servicing approaches across edge environments
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Whitepaper

A quantitative comparison of UPS monitoring and servicing approaches across edge environments

Effective UPS fleet management
12 Oct 2021
Supply chain breaches impacted 97% of firms in the past year
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supply chain management (SCM)

Supply chain breaches impacted 97% of firms in the past year

New BlueVoyand research finds that supply chain security breaches are increasing
12 Oct 2021
NCSC CEO warns ransomware presents "most immediate danger" to the UK
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ransomware

NCSC CEO warns ransomware presents "most immediate danger" to the UK

Lindy Cameron named Russia as the main culprit behind the UK’s ransomware woes
12 Oct 2021
Footballers seek compensation for "GDPR violating" performance data trading
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data processing

Footballers seek compensation for "GDPR violating" performance data trading

Letter threatening legal action against 17 firms that use trade player data claims the practice violates EU data protection law
12 Oct 2021
Oracle to launch 14 new cloud regions over the next year
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Cloud

Oracle to launch 14 new cloud regions over the next year

The company wants to support the demand for its customers as it looks to open at least two regions in each country it operates
12 Oct 2021
Digital literacy is as important as reading and writing, Vodafone claims
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digital divide

Digital literacy is as important as reading and writing, Vodafone claims

A study from the company found that half of 18-24-year olds have limited access to a laptop, tablet or PC
12 Oct 2021
Amazon relaxes remote working policy under new CEO
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Amazon relaxes remote working policy under new CEO

Corporate staff will no longer be required in the office three days a week under Andy Jassy's regime
12 Oct 2021
Cleaning up legacy IT to drag big tobacco into the future
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digital transformation

Cleaning up legacy IT to drag big tobacco into the future

Philip Morris International’s CDIO, Michael Voegele, discusses how digitisation has been key to a transition from selling cigarettes to smoke-free pro…
12 Oct 2021
Is Australia becoming a surveillance state?
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privacy

Is Australia becoming a surveillance state?

With new powers granted to law enforcement agencies in Australia, we examine what this could mean for digital rights in the country
11 Oct 2021
EU opens Microsoft Teams probe following Slack complaint
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EU opens Microsoft Teams probe following Slack complaint

The watchdog has suggested there could be an antitrust case on the horizon after sending a questionnaire to Microsoft Teams rivals
11 Oct 2021
UKRI will educate tech sector to defend against cyber threats
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Policy & legislation

UKRI will educate tech sector to defend against cyber threats

Businesses will be able to benefit from a series of events, workshops, and hands-on experience organised by Digital Catapult
11 Oct 2021
Indian startup body moves against "unfair" Google Play Store policy
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Policy & legislation

Indian startup body moves against "unfair" Google Play Store policy

The group is seeking interim relief on behalf of app developers as it claims the tech giant will force them to use its billing system
11 Oct 2021
Apple appeals Epic ruling in attempt to delay App Store changes
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Policy & legislation

Apple appeals Epic ruling in attempt to delay App Store changes

The one ruling in Epic's favour found Apple in violation of the state of California’s anti-steering laws
11 Oct 2021
West Midlands become's UK's fastest growing tech hub
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startups

West Midlands become's UK's fastest growing tech hub

Government report suggests the region will add 52,000 digital roles over the next four years
11 Oct 2021
Singapore launches new cyber security framework
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Careers & training

Singapore launches new cyber security framework

The country is aiming to create a foundation to attract and develop talent in its operational technology cyber security sector
11 Oct 2021
Is the Global Talent Visa really helping the UK tech skills crisis?
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recruitment

Is the Global Talent Visa really helping the UK tech skills crisis?

As skills shortages hit many UK industries, from food to logistics, has the Global Talent Visa proved beneficial amid the rush for talent to bolster o…
10 Oct 2021
How UK tech’s environmental startup scene is growing in stature
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startups

How UK tech’s environmental startup scene is growing in stature

Can our most innovative green technology companies make a difference and turn a profit?
9 Oct 2021