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Homebase to make digital improvements using Argos’ investments

Homebase to make digital improvements using Argos’ investments

Home Retail Group, which owns Homebase and Argos, has revealed that the DIY business is hoping to take advantage of the digital investments that the catalogue retailer is making as part of a five-year transformation plan. read more »


Pew survey shows women bear brunt of online harassment

Younger women face severe forms of harassment more than men, tne survey found read more »

EMC buys controlling interest in VCE, its joint venture with Cisco

The move comes as Cisco and EMC are increasingly competitive on some fronts read more »

Amazon takes aim at Microsoft's Active Directory with new service

The AWS Directory Service costs from $36.50 per month read more »

Travelex upgrades application delivery network to support growing online demand

Introduces A10 Thunder application delivery controllers for mission critical systems read more »

Liverpool Council expects to save £30 million by ending ICT joint venture with BT

Decision taken after BT refused to agree to further price reductions to contract worth an estimated £70 million a year read more »

Android ransomware 'Koler' turns into a worm, spreads via SMS

The Koler ransomware locks the device screen and displays fake messages from police agencies read more »

Apple CEO Tim Cook meets with Chinese official after iCloud attack

Apple's iCloud service recently faced a hacking attack in China read more »

Teradata: We must nail the data privacy issue and not rely on governments

Consumers should have a say in how their data is collected read more »

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Tesco financial misreporting 'nothing to do with me', says company's big data head

Tesco financial misreporting 'nothing to do with me', says company's big data head

Tesco's Andy Ruckley talks about how agile development with help from Teradata helped resolve numerous big data issues read more »

Chemical companies rushing to big data analytics and the cloud says Accenture

Digital agenda is increasingly driving business strategy - like the internet did in the 90s read more »

Nottinghamshire abandons Blackberry for Windows 8.1

Council planning to give 2,000 tablets and 1,000 Windows phones to staff over the next year read more »

HP enhances data backup in the cloud with new Helion DRaaS offering

Data recovery times cut by 90 percent claim read more »

Waiting for Hadoop is like Waiting for Godot, says Gartner

Most companies who have invested in big data have only done so for pilots read more »

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Microsoft sued as lawsuits over employee no-poach deal mount

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China attacks lead Apple to alert users on iCloud threats

China has allegedly staged the attack, according to an anti-censorship group.

Symantec sees rise in high-traffic DDoS attacks

The most common targets are gaming, software and media companies

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Microsoft discloses zero-day flaw, publishes quick fix

Attacks are under way using PowerPoint file, the company said

Microsoft warns of Windows zero-day; hackers serve exploits in PowerPoint files

Microsoft warned users Tuesday that cyber criminals are exploiting a zero-day flaw using malicious PowerPoint documents sent as email attachments.

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