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IT projects: its all about the outcome

Management consultant Hadley Baldwin argues that designing outcome-based IT projects is a win-win for both the client and supplier.
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Top 10 UK companies on the hunt for tech talent


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10 cleanest and greenest data centres in the world


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Foxconn expects robots to take over more factory work

The electronics industry may still be reliant on human workers to assemble products, but Apple supplier Foxconn Technology Group is hopeful that robots will take over more of the workload soon.
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Nissan-Renault brings in App Dynamics to manage its global websites

Carmaker Nissan-Renault is outsourcing the management and user-experience optimisation of its 300 global websites to AppDynamics.
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BYOD voice made easy, only with smartnumbers mobile

Every now and again, an idea so simple comes along you wonder why no-one has thought of it before. Why do you give an employee a mobile for work – when they have a mobile of their own? Download this whitepaper to find out the benefits of your organisation owning the number, and employees owning the phone.
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Top 10 software failures of 2014


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Hackers exploit router flaws in unusual pharming attack

The technique exploited security flaws in home routers to gain access to the administrator console. Once there, the hackers changed the routers' DNS (Domain Name System) settings, a type of attack known as pharming.
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Box woos financial services firms with a tailored cloud offering

The aim behind Box's EKM, now in beta, is to give businesses in highly regulated industries such as finance the ability to maintain exclusive control over the digital keys used to encrypt their data.
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EU Trade Secrets Directive Threatens Scientific Open Data

Earlier this year I warned about a worrying attack on openness: a new EU Directive strengthening trade secrets. A recent joint paper from Corporate Europe Observatory, International Society of Drug Bulletins , and Medicines in Europe Forum provides excellent analysis about some specific threats
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MWC prep guide: IoT for matrix commerce

This year's Mobile World Congress will heavily emphasise what else...the Internet of Things (IoT). Expect to hear a lot about connected homes, connected cars, and how IoT is spilling beyond these areas deeper into the supply chain.
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John Lewis mail glitch leaves customers with £1.53 bill for marketing circular

An unknown number of John Lewis and Waitrose customers have been asked to pay a £1.53 postage charge by the Royal Mail after a franking machine failed to correctly stamp letters sent out as part the firm’s latest credit card marketing campaign.
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The Rising Value– and Falling Cost– of App and Desktop Virtualisation

No longer just for early adopters and innovators, desktop virtualisation has become a mainstream IT strategy for companies of all sizes. As business mobility and cloud computing transform IT, desktop virtualisation enables the transition to IT. Able to meet the needs of users more effectively and securely wherever, however and on whatever device they work from, IT can better support the business while fulfilling its mission of innovation. Download this whitepaper to understand the value of desktop virtualisation for users, businesses and IT.
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MWC15 prep guide: Disruptive technology for the enterprise

Around 86,000 people will attend Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week. This conference strives to cater to EVERYONE--thus it's easy to lose your focus in the deluge of information. For those interested in disruptive technologies for the enterprise, Constellation Research's early adopter's guide to MWC will keep you on track.
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Achieve business continuity and keep people productive with remote access

Business continuity planning is essential to keep people productive during planned or unplanned disruptions and protect the business from consequences such as financial losses, damaged reputation, weakened customer and partner relationships and lost productivity. A complete business continuity plan must encompass both datacentre and workforce recovery, with technologies and best practices to ensure seamless operations no matter what happens. Download this whitepaper for an approach to business continuity based on flexwork, mobility and remote access that keeps both the workforce and the apps and data they depend on up and running.
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