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ComputerWeekly Aug 16
People continue to use that have been breached. Google has proposed a protocol, which could warn them if their credentials have been stolen:
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ComputerWeekly Aug 16
RT : The passwordless enterprise is getting easier to attain as the industry gears up to support a passwordless future, says RSA’s chief
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ComputerWeekly Aug 16
London Stock Exchange suffered a 90-minute technical which prevented early trading in major stocks:
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ComputerWeekly Aug 16
RT : The ICO is to investigate whether the use of live facial recognition technology at King’s Cross complies with data protection laws
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ComputerWeekly Aug 16
Private 5G networks: Are they the right choice for you? The concept of dedicated private mobile networks for large enterprises is not a new one, but with the advent of ultrafast networks, they are starting to attract more interest:
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ComputerWeekly Aug 16
UK government advances plans for National Robotarium - Edinburgh-based facility is intended to support the growth of national smart companies:
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ComputerWeekly Aug 16
Health secretary has announced plans to replace standard health checks with “personalised” prevention driven by data:
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ComputerWeekly Aug 15
. takes a step closer to conversational AI - new graphics processing unit platform, running on , is set to make a little bit cleverer:
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ComputerWeekly Aug 15
Latest Post Office problems fixed with software update to blame:
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ComputerWeekly Aug 15
Computing A-level rises in popularity, despite drop in overall A-level candidates:
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ComputerWeekly Aug 15
. frozen out of China as Trump’s trade war rages on:
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ComputerWeekly Aug 15
European investment continues to grow as global investment falls, says research:
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ComputerWeekly Aug 15
RT : has become one of the most popular data stealing methods, say researchers, who urge commercial websites to review all third-party coding practices without delay
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ComputerWeekly Aug 15
RT : The number of data breach incidents continues to rise and looks set to reach another record this year, with the business sector first in the firing line, according to a mid-year report by Security
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ComputerWeekly Aug 15
RT : The majority of UK companies are failing to prevent incidents, mainly because of employees failing to follow security policies and a lack of security budget, a survey reveals
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ComputerWeekly Aug 15
RT : Google staff petition giant against working with US border force agencies
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ComputerWeekly Aug 15
Google vs Microsoft: Digging into the public cloud email market duopoly -
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ComputerWeekly Aug 15
In this week’s : A tech expert is set to earn millions after blowing the whistle on vulnerabilities in ’s video surveillance software. We also look at how the end of could spark a new era for desktop productivity. Read more:
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ComputerWeekly Aug 15
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ComputerWeekly Aug 15
is over a year old now, but it faces challenges across Europe where compliance has taken place at different speeds:
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