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EU data protection reform 'badly broken,' civil liberty groups warn

Leaked documents show that the European Union's data protection is on its way to become an empty shell devoid of meaning, European civil rights groups warned Tuesday.
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Volvo CIO: Data privacy is now a priority alongside car security and safety

Connected cars can communicate personal data about drivers, including their entertainment preferences, their location and even if their nearest road needs gritting due to ice - and the security of this information is of utmost importance.
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MWC 15 Guide: Mobile Identity

One of the most important trends in the past 10 years is the adoption of smart mobile technology for identity management. The mobile phone is the ideal identity device. It integrates authentication directly with the apps that need it; it's a natural second factor; it's ubiquitous and you notice within minutes when it's lost or stolen; and a mobile phone's built-in cryptography provides smartcard-grade authentication.
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Edinburgh becomes latest 'Gigabit city' with new 150km fibre network

Infrastructure provider CityFibre and Scottish firm Commsworld have partnered to build a 150km fibre network through and around Edinburgh in a project the pair claim will put the capital on par with fibre hotspots, Stockholm, Seoul and Kansas City.
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D-Link patches router, says more fixes are on the way

D-Link issued fixes on Monday for flaws that could allow remote access to one of its routers, and will patch several other models in the coming week.
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The end is nigh in Agile!

Ashfords lawyer Stewart James explains why Agile projects need to be flexible at the end, as well as through their lifetime
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VMware takes on mobile networks with vCloud for NFV

VMware has jumped into the hot NFV market with a platform that lets service providers run their network functions as virtualized applications from different vendors.
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Google, Apple $415M deal with tech workers heads for approval

A proposed $415 million settlement between tech workers and Intel, Google, Apple and Adobe Systems is likely to be approved by the judge, according to some of the lawyers in the case.
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HP Aruba purchase bolsters wireless networking business

Hewlett-Packard will purchase Aruba Networks to boost its wireless networking business, the companies announced Monday.
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China defends cybersecurity demands, amid complaints from US

President Barack Obama isn't happy with new rules from China that would require US tech companies to abide by strict cybersecurity measures, but on Tuesday the country was quick to defend the proposed regulations.
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Voice: The lost piece of the BYOD puzzle

Everyone already knows the benefits that BYOD offers to their organisation, giving the workforce the simplicity and freedom to choose how they want to communicate and access data. But, whilst many BYOD strategies have been tried and tested to deliver best results, a key area tends to get overlooked: Voice, and how to easily split business and personal use. Download this White Paper to find out if you’re missing a piece of the BYOD puzzle and how you can fit it into place.
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Excellent: Android Ecosystem is Low-Margin, Fragmenting

Strategy Analytics has published some fascinating figures on the smartphone market.
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MWC: Samsung Galaxy S6 gets 3 things right and 3 things wrong

The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge are two great smartphones, with more power and better screens. But when users get their hands on them starting April 10, they'll find that the vendor got some things right, and some things wrong.
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Start planning to provide social customer support beyond Twitter and Facebook

Industry analysts travel—a lot. It is, therefore, no surprise that I care deeply about airlines’ frequent flyer programs and track the changes to those programs as closely as baseball obsessives track star players’ slugging percentages.
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MWC 15 guide: Nextgen apps

The proliferation of mobile devices coupled with advances in cloud technology will push the development of nextgen apps. Mobile devices serve as modern mobile computing platforms.
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