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Government Cafcass service uses encrypted messaging for all sensitive email

Reveals use of Egress secure messaging service ongoing for nearly two years
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Queens Speech 2015: Snoopers Charter back on the agenda

The government has confirmed it will try to introduce new powers to hoover up individuals' communications and internet data abandoned int he last Parliament after Lib Dem opposition.
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What are the new UK governments tech plans?

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HP buying SDN company ConteXtream for NFV

HP this week signed a definitive agreement to acquire ConteXtream, a provider of OpenDaylight-based SDNs for service providers
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Oracle scores in Java API copyright victory over Google

The US Supreme Court has sided with Oracle in a dispute with Google on whether APIs, the specifications that let programs communicate with each other, are copyrightable, in a ruling that could have a profound impact on the digital economy.
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Thieves stole data on 100,000 US taxpayers through IRS app

Criminals stole sensitive information about roughly 100,000 taxpayers through the Internal Revenue Service's "Get Transcript" application, a major data breach at the US's national tax agency.
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EMC scoops up Virtustream for cloud management in $1.2 billion deal

Storage systems provider EMC will use Virtustream technology to aid customers moving to cloud-based services as an alternative to running data centres in-house.
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EU continues Amazon probe despite change to tax practices

Amazon's EU tax practices have been under investigation since October last year, when the Commission said it was very likely that the company received illegal state aid in the form of a preferential tax deal with Luxembourg
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Check Point's tiny 1200R could be the toughest firewall on the planet

SCADA security box can withstand temperatures of -40°C to 75°C
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O2 nationwide outage blamed on network hardware failure

Network outage, which lasted seven hours on Monday, was not due to a systems upgrade over the Bank Holiday
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Building a Customer-Obsessed Operating Model

Empowered customers, armed with ever increasing digital capability, increasingly expect any information, any service, at their moment of need. We call this the age of the customer. Innovative brands, from Delta to Southwest, T-Mobile to Verizon, Home Depot to Walgreens, and Caterpillar to Rolls Royce, are sharing with Forrester how they are disrupting the way they work to meet their empowered customers’ needs, to become customer-obsessed.
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Synology patches serious flaws in its consumer NAS storage

Worst flaw could let attackers compromise data stored on NAS devices
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Can 'digital identity 3.0' fix security? New Global Identity Foundation has a big idea

Not-for-profit launches to build on work of Jericho Forum
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Ministry of Defence embraces cloud apps with Office 365 move

The Ministry of Defence has started the three-year process of moving its 420,000 users to Microsoft Office 365.
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