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Students looking to make £2,500? GCHQ has the cyber summer school for you

Students looking to make £2,500? GCHQ has the cyber summer school for you

GCHQ has announced a ten-week ‘cyber insiders summer school’ for aspiring white hat hackers, the latest attempt by the Government security organisation to uncover the next generation of British cyber-talent. read more »

Standard Chartered promises to ‘step up’ technology investment to cut costs

Troubled lender will invest in accelerating digitisation of services read more »

Whitehall yet to tackle 'huge' sprawl of legacy IT, warns Cabinet Office minister

Francis Maude claims replacing decades-old legacy systems and contracts could save £20 billion by 2020 read more »

Volvo CIO: Data privacy is now a priority alongside car security and safety

Data privacy now plays into Volvo's mission to ensure the health and wellbeing of its drivers, its CIO reveals read more »

Edinburgh becomes latest 'Gigabit city' with new 150km fibre network

As good as Seoul? read more »

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China says new cybersurveillance proposal follows US security practices

China says new cybersurveillance proposal follows US security practices

China is scratching its head over why the U.S. is opposing a new anti-terror law relating to cybersurveillance when the U.S. and other countries have also requested that tech companies hand over data to help stop terrorists. read more »

Google will stop patching Chrome on Android 4.0 next month

Google plans to stop serving updates to Chrome for Android on devices running "Ice Cream Sandwich" in mid-April. read more »

Alibaba enters US cloud market, signaling global ambitions

Alibaba's cloud business is expected to face an uphill battle in the U.S. market read more »

Judge backs 'substantial' $415 million settlement in Silicon Valley no-hiring case

'No-poach' agreements between Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe drove down wages read more »

EU data protection reform 'badly broken,' civil liberty groups warn

Something needs to change soon to save the EU's data protection reform, the groups said read more »

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In Depth

Why organisations need to support CPD for their IT staff

Why organisations need to support CPD for their IT staff

ITIL training provider AXELOS explains how CPD can benefit not just employees, but also employers. read more »

The end is nigh in Agile!

Agile projects need to be flexible through to their termination, in a way that is fair to both supplier and client read more »

IT projects: it’s all about the outcome

Avoid spiralling project costs by focusing on the outcomes, says The Berkeley Partnership read more »

Predicting Ebola spread with HPCs paying off

Computers predict where West Africa’s health ministry should put resources on the ground to combat Ebola read more »

Computers will struggle to support genetic research for public health services

The lack of programmers who can ensure genome sequencing HPCs can scale will hinder treatment of the masses read more »

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