Potential huge benefits, but lots of lock-in

The growing complexity and diversity of IT is a challenge for CIOs and their teams. The demands of the datacentre, cloud infrastructure, containerisation, and security and compliance all put more pressure on…

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Data protection in Finland, four years after GDPR came into force

Generally speaking, the European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has gone fairly well in Finland, according to Anu Talus, data protection ombudsman for the country’s data protection authority. Two deputies…

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American football giants jet into digital age with HCLTech

Indian IT services supplier HCLTech is to digitally transform the digital experience of fans of American football teams the New York Jets and New York Giants. Through a contract with MetLife Stadium,…

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Top 3 Workout Tips for Amateurs

Blog Introduction: Working out can be tough, especially if you’re just starting out. It’s hard to know where to begin, what kind of workout routine to follow, and how to stay motivated. Luckily,…

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Guy’s Cancer collaborates with healthtech provider to digitise patient care

The cancer treatment and research centre at Guy’s has begun a five-year collaboration with Careology, a provider of healthcare platforms. Guy’s Cancer has become the first site to launch a digital cancer…

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Robo investment platform adopts open banking-based payments

Denmark-based fintech Nord Investments has adopted open banking technology from Aiia to make it easier for people using its platform to make investments. The robotic software investment platform, which currently only operates…

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DeepMind aims to close STEM skills gap with new programme

DeepMind, the artificial intelligence (AI) company and research lab bought by Google in 2014, is developing an educational initiative designed to fill some of the science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) skills…

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Fraudsters adapt phishing scams to exploit cost-of-living crisis

Fraudsters are adapting their tactics in response to the Covid-19 pandemic and cost-of-living crisis by exploiting those in difficult financial situations, with around 80,000 Brits a month falling for phishing attacks and…

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Telefónica, Qualcomm collaborate to build XR, metaverse systems

The past year has shown that extended reality (XR), encompassing augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR), is capturing the imagination of users and investors alike, with use cases abounding and market opportunities proliferating…

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More than 30 startups to join Plexal’s Cyber Runway accelerator

London innovation hub Plexal has selected 35 startups and scaleups to join the second cohort of its Cyber Runway accelerator, the largest government-backed programme of its kind in the UK. Plexal, which…

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