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Cloud First policy yet to take off in Whitehall

Two years after the government launched its 'Cloud First' policy, more than half of Whitehall IT staff are not comfortable using cloud IT despite its potential to help save billions of pounds.
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OpenSSL tells users to prepare for a high severity flaw

Server admins and developers beware: The OpenSSL Project plans to release security updates Thursday for its widely used cryptographic library that will fix a high severity vulnerability.
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How do you engage the customer when the customer is the bank itself?

Workforce optimisation tech provider Verint has undertaken a fascinating initiative to document and improve the way it engages its customers across all of the industries it serves, including financial services. This initiative, which they call the Customer Experience Journey, although created with the humble goal of improving client relationships, has far-reaching implications for the highly-regulated financial services industry, where vendor partners have become more and more strategically important to the institution, and where IT providers have come under increased scrutiny in the context of 3rd party risk.
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Judge dimisses second conviction of ex-Goldman Sachs developer

A former Goldman Sachs programmer saw his second criminal conviction dismissed on Monday in a long-fought, technically challenging legal battle that centered on 32MB of copied code.
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Samsung profit squeezed by Galaxy S6 shortage

Samsung Electronics expects to report lower than expected earnings for the second quarter after supply shortages kept down sales of its Galaxy S6 smartphone.
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Cisco leading another IoT standards group

Cisco has been named a founding member and director of yet anotherInternet of Things standards group to help promote and encourage use of networked machines.
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Universal Credit staff vote to strike over 'inadequate' IT systems

Universal Credit staff have voted for a two-day strike, citing problems with the projects' IT systems among their grievances.
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One week left until the end of Server 2003, but migration countdown lacks XP 'buzz'

Camwood CEO Adrian Foxall discusses why businesses need to migrate away from Server 2003 - and quickly
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Mr Kipling doubles factory production with £20m robotics and automation investment

Multi-million investment in robotics and automation tech double Mr Kipling’s cake capacity in UK factory
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Italian surveillance software maker, Hacking Team, allegedly breached

An Italian developer of surveillance software, Hacking Team, which has been sharply criticised by digital activists, has apparently suffered a large data breach.
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Context Menu Manager 2016.6.0.24

Take full control of your right-click menus
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University of Aberdeen replaces IBM data management system to keep research grants rolling in

University of Aberdeen puts power in scientists hands with improved data management
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Data today keeps the doctor away

In scanning through my O’Reilly Data Newsletter, I noticed A Healthy Dose of Data, an MIT Sloan case study on the data and analytics culture at Intermountain, a healthcare network that runs 22 hospitals and 185 clinics. The study is definitely worth the read.
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Security threats and why you never want to name anything

There is a bit of a name fight going on with a new class of security software. Traditionally, this has been called UBA, for User Based Analysis or Analytics. Stuff From Your Company And We Can Tell You Who They Are And What They Are Stealing.
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