Mavenir intros intelligent IoT platform for smarter analytics

Network software provider Mavenir ended 2021 with plans for a use case-driven future with agile charging and a composable architecture designed to make the transition to future 5G platforms easier, and it…

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Evolving a data integration strategy

The idea of integrating systems is nothing new. IT departments have constantly struggled to link enterprise applications together in a way that enables decision-makers to have the data they need at their…

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CMA secures final Privacy Sandbox guarantees from Google

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) says it will keep a “close eye” on Google as it finalises a series of commitments from the search giant that will supposedly help address competition…

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Finance Bill Sub-Committee blames IR35 for ‘concerning’ rise in umbrella company contractors

The government must do more to protect umbrella workers in the wake of a “concerning” uptick in the number of contractors operating through payroll processing companies since the onset of the IR35…

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Switch to full fibre benefits climate

Full fibre has cemented itself as the future of fixed broadband, promising longevity, supporting myriad use cases and bringing business benefits – and, says a study from leading UK operator TalkTalk, 80%…

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How the European Commission is responding to chip crisis

The global supply of semiconductors has impacted the plans of many European manufacturers that rely on chips sourced in the Far East. Research from the European Central Bank (ECB), published in April…

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NetApp provides data infrastructure for EMBL

The European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) is running a data lake across two datacentre sites, based on NetApp storage, to support scientific research. Modern scientific research is heavily dependent on big data…

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Hackney Council could be forced to answer questions about IT security training after Psya ransomware

A council hit by a cyber attack could be forced to answer questions about the IT and security training it gave staff when they were forced to work from home because of…

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Why security professionals should pay attention to what Russia is doing

As the crisis in Ukraine continues to bubble close to boiling point, many are warning that should armed conflict erupt in Eastern Europe, advanced persistent threat (APT) groups backed by the Russian…

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The birth of Estonia’s digital civil servant

In May this year, Estonia’s latest member of the workforce will start its work providing personalised support to citizens when they use government services. Named Bürokratt, the Siri-like digital assistant will help…

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