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Flintshire Council deploys encrypted email using Egress Switch

Flintshire County Council in North Wales is deploying an encrypted email system that will make it possible to secure messages sent to recipients both inside and outside the organisation.
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Camden Councils Residents Index set to save 'thousands of pounds'

Camden Council expects to save thousands thanks to a new platform that matches data on its citizens across 16 different systems.
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BBC and DWP launch scheme to create 5,000 digital traineeships

The BBC will offer up to 5,000 young unemployed people the chance to learn digital and workplace skills through a nine-week traineeship.
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DevOps will be adopted by a quarter of businesses by 2016, claims Gartner

Enterprise businesses keen to adopt philosophy used by large cloud providers
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IBM acquires AlchemyAPI to fatten Watson portfolio

AlchemyAPI's set of services could help developers augment their applications with machine-learning capabilities typically too complex to maintain in-house.
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Microsoft's universal app platform is big play for mobile, but can it deliver?

The universal app platform aims to let developers build one application that will work on PCs, tablets, smartphones, even the Xbox. It's not a new concept for Microsoft, but the company insists that this time around it has got it right.
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Apple postpones production of larger-display iPads

The company had earlier told suppliers that it wanted to mass produce the 12.9-inch iPad in the current quarter, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter.
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Google brings app messaging to its cloud

The Google Cloud Pub/Sub service, made available as an open beta on Wednesday, is designed for exchanging messages across different Google cloud services and internal systems in great volume and with minimal delay.
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Students looking to make £2,500? GCHQ has the cyber summer school for you

GCHQ has announced a ten-week ‘cyber insiders summer school’ for aspiring white hat hackers, the latest attempt by the Government security organisation to uncover the next generation of British cyber-talent.
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Standard Chartered promises to step up technology investment to cut costs

Chief executive Peter Sands looks to technology to support cost cutting plans
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Whitehall yet to tackle 'huge' sprawl of legacy IT, warns Cabinet Office minister

Soon-to-retire Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude has warned legacy IT poses one of the greatest risks to efforts to modernise government digital and technology services.
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China says new cybersurveillance proposal follows US security practices

China is scratching its head over why the U.S. is opposing a new anti-terror law relating to cybersurveillance when the U.S. and other countries have also requested that tech companies hand over data to help stop terrorists.
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Why organisations need to support CPD for their IT staff

IT qualifications provider AXELOS explains how CPD can benefit not just employees, but also employers.
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MWC: Post Event Action Plan

Use mobile as the gateway for your enterprise digital transformation projects.
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