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Would financial incentives stop the rise of cybercrime?

The law in its current state doesn’t seem to be helping to lower the rate of cybercrime. Lawyer Stewart James discusses the impact of legislation on cybercrime and other options for reducing it.
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Government publishes top civil servants targets for major IT projects

Whitehall departments have started publishing the timetables and targets for senior civil servants in charge of major IT projects like Universal Credit, the Aspire replacement, smart meters and border systems.
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MPs to get pre-installed 'Commons-approved' Candy Crush Saga on their iPads

Each of the 650 MPs receiving an Apple iPad Air 2 and a laptop when they return following the election will have a ‘Commons-approved’ version of Candy Crush Saga pre-installed.
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Microsoft consolidates enterprise editions of Visual Studio

For the next version of its Visual Studio, Microsoft has consolidated the enterprise versions of the integrated development environment (IDE) software into a single product so it can be more easily managed by large organizations.
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How Columbia Sportswear enhances security with 'software defined data centre approach

Speaking at the 2015 Ignite conference in Las Vegas, Columbia Sportswear global IS communications manager, John Spiegel, told delegates how the joint solution from the two vendors allows for security policies to be tied to applications as they move dynamically around virtual machines.
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Data-sharing regulations must be eased to support cyber crime fight, says Palo Alto Networks CTO

Zuk told attendees at the company’s 2015 Ignite user conference that data will be key to producing the threat intelligence to combat malicious attacks, but claimed that existing regulations are stymying efforts by the security industry.
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SAP co-founder passes away unexpectedly

SAP’s co-founder Klaus Tschira has died unexpectedly at the age of 74, the German software vendor said today.
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The Large Hadron Collider: Using big data to understand (very) small particles

ComputerworldUK speaks to one of the labs providing data crunching power for the ongoing physics experiment responsible for discovering the Higgs boson particle - credited with unlocking some of the secrets of the universe.
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Mike Lynch to sue HP for £100m over Autonomy smear campaign

The former management of Autonomy announced today they will file claims against HP for loss and damage caused by false and negligent statements made against them by HP on 20 November 2012 and in HP’s subsequent 'smear campaign'
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Microsoft's Surface 3 starts at £419, with free Windows 10 upgrade

Microsoft wants laptop diehards to switch over to its lightweight Surface 3 tablet, which will offer PC-like performance and be eligible for a free upgrade to Windows 10 later this year.
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Lancaster University expects to need 13x more storage by 2019

Lancaster University is preparing to increase its storage capacity from 300TB to 4PB over the next four years.
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Connecting your business: Where do you draw the line in the as-a-service' model?

Will the traditional enterprise have to vanquish technology firms - or will they meet in the middle? Accenture’s head of digital Jim Bailey discusses the IoT, mobility and whether to overhaul your core business values in the face of disruption.
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Silk Road investigators charged with stealing bitcoin

Facing charges of wire fraud and money laundering are Carl Force, 46, of Baltimore, a former special agent with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency, and Shaun Bridges, 32, of Laurel, Maryland, a former special agent with the U.S. Secret Service.
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