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Car industry’s biggest problem is moving from hardware to software

The automotive industry has a lot to learn about software patching throughout the supply chain before connected cars reach critical mass, security experts have warned. read more »

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IBM and Nectar are role models in ICO's big data guidance

IBM and customer loyalty company Aimia, which runs the Nectar scheme are ethical exemplars for big data governance, said the ICO this morning. read more »

Trinity Mirror cuts costs with IT outsourcing

Outsourced its support desk to Endava in March read more »

RBS CIO Scott Marcar leaves

Adam Wheelwright will take over on an interim basis read more »

Heathrow signs deal with Met Office to help make flight decisions

It connects Met Office workers in Heathrow with supercomputing power from its Exeter base read more »

Skills Funding Agency awards £35 million deal to BAE Systems AI

Company to replace Capgemini when it starts providing SIAM services to the agency this autumn read more »

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Most Popular White Papers

Hybrid cloud: Strategies for innovative business

How to get the best-fit cloud environment for your organisation read more »

Getting to Big Data

The 4 Ss that deliver Big Data’s promise read more »

The hidden costs of self-signed SSL certificates

Why self-signed certificates are much costlier and riskier than working with a trusted security vendor read more »

Why Cloud is Better with a DevOps Culture

Creating an organisation that can innovate at cloud speed read more »

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Met Office IT director: We’ve become a little bit trendy

Organisations looking to make the most of their big data could learn a thing or two from the Met Office, ComputerworldUK finds. read more »

Shared services: technology trends

How are new technologies changing the shared services landscape? read more »

Democratising data: is IT getting in the way?

Is data visualisation software Tableau another nuisance shadow IT application or great opportunity for IT? read more »

Why Microsoft isn't spooked by the Apple-IBM alliance

Nadella's plan to put services, software on all platforms means the Apple-IBM deal will have little impact on the enterprise-centric Microsoft read more »

For Your Eyes Only: Corporate espionage using social channels – is your company at risk?

Are businesses ensuring their employees remain vigilant in their personal online activities? read more »

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Top 25 free tools for every Windows desktop

Top 25 free tools for every Windows desktop

Whatever your poison -- Windows 7 or 8, updated or not -- there's a desktop tool just begging to become part of your repertoire read more »


4 key features coming to Windows 9 (hopefully)

4 key features coming to Windows 9 (hopefully)

Will the 'start' button make a welcome return? read more »


Bloodiest tech industry layoffs of 2014, so far

Bloodiest tech industry layoffs of 2014, so far

Microsoft leads the way, but has plenty of company on jobs cut front read more »


Avoid a tech catastrophe and step away from the button

Avoid a tech catastrophe and step away from the button

It's only a matter of time before all hell breaks loose when fiddling with switches and power cords read more »


Getting fit this summer? Here's an app place to start

Getting fit this summer? Here's an app place to start

Do you want to get fit but don't know where to start? Here are some fitness apps that can help get you on your way. read more »


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Blogs

An online kit for digital emergencies

My colleague Alexandra Combes writes: A remarkable resource has been created by the Digital Defenders in partnership with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Access and a group of human rights NGOs with the release of the Digital First Aid Kit - a well-designed website addressing digital emergencies of varying kinds....read more »

TTIP Update XXXIII - 150,000 ISDS Submissions

My last two updates concentrated on ISDS, and on the European Commission's consultation, such as it was. Flawed though it may have been, it did at least give people a rare - no, unique - opportunity to express their views...read more »

The impact of technology on the future of retail

A number of technology trends over the past five years have dramatically altered the retail landscape. Today, every customer is a digital customer, with rapidly rising expectations about the quality and ubiquity of a seamless shopping experience across their digital...read more »

Product development needs to go digital

With UK companies spending £27bn on research and development annually, the ability to maximize the impact of R&D spend has never been so important. This has put the spotlight on the processes used to design and manufacture products, for example...read more »

3 New Kinds of Open Source: DNA, Journalism, Shoes

One of the most powerful proofs of the strength of the ideas underlying open source is the way they are being successfully applied in fields very different from computing. Many of these are familiar enough - open content, open data,...read more »

In Praise of Open Postcodes

As we now know, the privatisation of the Post Office was a financial fiasco that cost the UK public the better part of a billion pounds. But one other disastrous aspect of the sale that is usually overlooked is the...read more »

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Apple details plans for £62 billion war chest

Apple details plans for £62 billion war chest

By: Nick Barber


The third platform of IT: Unified communications and social media

The third platform of IT: Unified communications and social media

By: Richard Plant


Apple announces iPhone 4 at WWDC

Apple announces iPhone 4 at WWDC

By: Agam Shah, Stephen Lawson and Nick Barber


Boeing's 787 is packed with high-tech

Boeing's 787 is packed with high-tech

By: Martyn Williams


Microsoft announces Skype acquisition

Microsoft announces Skype acquisition

By: Nick Barber and Stephen Lawson


Wi-Fi key-cracking kits sold in China mean free Internet

Wi-Fi key-cracking kits sold in China mean free Internet

By: Justin Meisinger and Owen Fletcher


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