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Government consults on bank data-sharing plans

Call for evidence seeks views on open data plans
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Top 5 reasons to deploy software-defined networks and network functions virtualisation

Much of today’s IT environment - including compute, storage and application infrastructure - already has become more agile. However, IT agility cannot be realised fully until the network reaches the same level of agility. Download this white paper to find out why leading organisations are deploying a network fabric to make the network a flexible and scalable resource.
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AirAsia crash investigators looking into possible computer glitch

An outage in the plane's Flight Augmentation Computers could not have directly caused the crash,but a failure would force pilots to rely on their manual flying skills under intense pressure and difficult circumstances.
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Dedicated networks for high-performance, predictable, and resilient IP storage

People often think of the IP/Ethernet network as one large, integrated network for all end hosts, appliances, servers, and IP storage. This is likely because network developers have managed to converge, over the past two decades, various disparate networks into a common IP/Ethernet network. Download this white paper to find out how you can ensure autonomous administrative control and operation.
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Labour: next government will be most digital ever

Labour has set out its priorities for digital government, should the party win power in the May 2015 general election.
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Warburtons spots and patches SAP ERP glitches quicker with Panaya testing tool

Warburtons, the largest family owned bakery in the UK, shortened its SAP ERP patch cycles with Panaya’s testing analysis tool, freeing up time to focus on more than its ‘mission critical’ applications.
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Intel wants to banish cables, connectors with new Broadwell chips

Bring a laptop into the room, and it wirelessly links to your monitors, external hard drive and printer. That's Intel's vision of a wire-free world for PCs with its new Core chips based on the Broadwell microarchitecture.
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IT staff bearing brunt of EU General Data Protection Regulation planning

With EU Commissioners this week offering another commitment to conclude long-running negotiations to introduce the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by the end of 2015, IT departments appear to be the ones handed the job of working out how to meet its demands, a FireEye survey has found.
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The Data Centre impact of cloud, analytics, mobile, social and security

The consumerisation of IT continues to have a major impact on business. Technology forces have emerged that are challenging organisations ability to respond. Cloud computing, mobility, social business, big data and analytics and IT security technologies are evolving rapidly, putting organisation’s agility to the test. Download this white paper to gain an understanding to how your data centres agility could be getting impacted by rapidly changing technologies.
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Carbon Black 5.0 released to help security teams respond faster

Bit9 + Carbon Black this week released a new version of its threat detection and response product, Carbon Black 5.0.
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Facebook reports strong Q4 as mobile ad sales keep growing

Facebook continues to reap big rewards from ads placed on people's smartphones, which now generate more than two-thirds of its revenue.
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How to migrate from Windows Server 2003 successfully

The end-of-life of Windows XP may still be a recent memory, but IT departments must now be ready for another major migration milestone – it is only six months until Microsoft ends support for its popular Windows server 2003 operating system.
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IBM brings ROI to BYOD

As your employees bring their own smartphones and tablets to the workplace, you need to create a flexible mobile environment that allows personally owned and corporate-issued devices to co-exist. Download this exclusive Forrester study infographic to see the impact of deploying managed mobility services.
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Mobile BI success: Having the right technology helps, but isn't enough

Between 2012 and 2014, mobile business intelligence adoption shot up: Forrester survey data shows that the percentage of technology decision-makers who make some BI applications available on mobile devices has nearly quadrupled, and the percentage who state that BI is delivered exclusively via mobile devices has risen from 1% in 2012 to 7% in 2014.
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The four key trends impacting mobile infrastructure strategy

An enterprise mobility solution that is made up of a combination of hardware, software, and services is expansive, providing competitive, productivity, and profitability advantages for enterprises that have the capability to successfully deploy a well-conceived and well-executed mobile strategy. Growth in the mobility hardware, software, and service markets speaks to how organisations are prioritising mobility. Download this white paper to gain and understanding into the 4 key trends that could impact your mobile infrastructure strategy
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