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Updated: Bloomberg blames ‘faulty hardware’ for data terminal outage, as multiple redundant systems fail

Updated: Bloomberg blames ‘faulty hardware’ for data terminal outage, as multiple redundant systems fail

Many of Bloomberg’s users took to Twitter to vent their frustrations at the technical problems afftecting their terminals, claiming a lack of access to market information is preventing them from carrying out trading activity. read more »


Just 1% of benefit claimants on Universal Credit

But DWP insists the rollout is making "good progress" and that plans are "on track" read more »

AMD withdraws from high-density server business

The company is ditching a business it formed by acquiring SeaMicro three years ago read more »

Liberal Democrats promise ‘Digital Bill of Rights’

Party also commits to develop GDS and introduce tech impact assessments into policy process read more »

Swansea University launches computer science degree with year in industry

Staff are in negotiations with regional employers within the ICT sector, to secure 12-month industrial placements read more »

Whistleblowers at risk when using US government websites

ACLU recommends that more websites be upgraded to use HTTPS read more »

Small businesses in UK battling wave of card breaches, says Worldpay

Malware and SQL injection hacks still a major headache for sector read more »

CISOs struggling to contain 'shadow' universe of consumer cloud apps

Number of insecure cloud apps reaches 500 per enterprise, says Netskope read more »

Salesforce customers should prepare for price increases after 2017, analyst warns

Salesforce needs to make profits to satisfy shareholders over the next few years, and CIOs are likely to feel the squeeze read more »

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Nationwide Building Society gets a grip on its IT costs

Nationwide Building Society gets a grip on its IT costs

The building society says it now has the ability to take a view of both the IT and finance costs from “multiple angles” read more »

British Airways’ BI lead: ‘If you don’t adopt Hadoop at least in part, you won’t exist in a few years’ time’

British Airways cuts memory costs and sees ROI within one year after deploying Hadoop read more »

Chef serves up devops for the enterprise

The new Chef Delivery software can establish a pipeline for software development read more »

The Entertainer toy shop uses Rackspace to support rollout of click and collect

Using a scalable cloud infrastructure allows the retailer to support seasonal peaks in demand read more »

Shipping container firm Seaco migrates SAP platform to AWS cloud to improve ERP performance

Seaco ditches the data centre in favour of Amazon's cloud read more »

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New malware program 'Punkey' infecting point-of-sale systems

Memory-scraping programs spotted infecting PoS terminals to nab card data

TfL selects AWS over Azure to handle 20x spikes in journey planner website traffic

AWS provided more agility in building tools required to handle large volumes of web traffic

Farewell XP: ATMs are about to get a cloud makeover

NCR uses Android and a thin-client model to bring yesterday's bank machines into the cloud era

Shortage of UK security skills drives salaries to record £66,000

Skills shortage made worse by lack of women and entry-level jobs, says certification body (ISC)2

Report: Internet of Evil Things is your next nightmare

IoT will increase your organisation's potential risks, if you don't act

UK law firms investigated 187 times for data protection breaches

FoI request reveals the why the ICO was worried enough to warn sector last August

Shipping container firm Seaco migrates SAP platform to AWS cloud to improve ERP performance

Seaco ditches the data centre in favour of Amazon's cloud

British Airways’ BI lead: ‘If you don’t adopt Hadoop at least in part, you won’t exist in a few years’ time’

British Airways cuts memory costs and sees ROI within one year after deploying Hadoop

With latest patches, Oracle signals no more free updates for Java 7

The company released patches from 98 security issues in its products, 14 in Java

SANS launches 'boot camp' to teach cyber-security in 8 weeks

Can anti-hacking 'skillz' be taught in a matter of weeks?

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