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Police arrest 16 people for alleged Remote Access Trojan hacking

Police arrest 16 people for alleged Remote Access Trojan hacking

Police in several European countries including the UK have arrested sixteen people in connection with the use of Remote Access Trojans (RATs) to steal financial data or use webcams for surveillance, the National Crime Agency (NCA) has reported. read more »

HSBC offers Paym mobile payments to business users

Mobile payments service had only been available to personal banking users in the past read more »

How management failings led to RBS IT catastrophe

Was lack of IT investment to blame for the banks 2012 IT fiasco? read more »

Top UK companies set to reach gender diversity target for 2015

IT supplier Serco's chairman recognises they need to do more to employ more women senior execs in new report read more »

British Gas and Tesla reveal how they retain their best IT talent

A utility company and an electric carmaker may seem worlds apart, but both need to engage their staff to breed innovation read more »

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Apple delivers another Yosemite beta as WiFi issues persist

Apple has come out with a second beta of Mac OS X Yosemite for developers, but it's not clear whether this latest build will address the WiFi problems that continue to affect an undetermined but apparently substantial number of users. read more »

UpCloud bets on storage performance, US datacenter to dent market

The cloud market still has room for smaller providers, according to the Finnish cloud company's CEO read more »

Critical XSS flaws patched in WordPress and popular plug-in

The vulnerabilities could allow attackers to create administrator accounts and take control of websites read more »

Grocers, retailers gobble up Apple Pay in time for holidays

U.S. consumers have eschewed in-store mobile payments for years, but Apple Pay is making headway in that area. read more »

EU net neutrality legislation under threat from Italian proposals, says rights group

Italian proposals for changes to draft legislation already adopted by Parliament would weaken citizen's rights, according to EDRi read more »

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Businesses - why the skills gap is your problem too

Businesses - why the skills gap is your problem too

With the coding curriculum now in play, it has been an important year for IT with the Year of Code initiative prompting many to reflect on the serious issue facing the sector. Namely, that there simply aren’t enough youngsters equipped with the necessary skills to take advantage of the growing number of opportunities. This is an issue for the IT industry as a whole, from resellers to software developers. read more »

How management failings led to RBS IT catastrophe

Was lack of IT investment to blame for the banks 2012 IT fiasco? read more »

British Gas and Tesla reveal how they retain their best IT talent

A utility company and an electric carmaker may seem worlds apart, but both need to engage their staff to breed innovation read more »

Evernote's quest to change the world through productivity software

Evernote's push for enterprise readiness is actually a push to change the way we work together. read more »

IT in the hotel and leisure industry: 'Everybody is missing a huge trick'

Celtic Manor's new Wi-Fi infrastructure will give it the edge over competitors and helps the hotel stay data-focused read more »

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