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D-Day for GDPR is 25 May 2018
The European Parliament’s official publication of the General Data Protection Regulation means it will become enforceable on 25 May 2018

Vote for the most influential woman in UK IT 2016
Who deserves to win the 2016 title of the most influential woman in UK IT?

Real-time data helps manage traffic in Philippines
OpenTraffic smart data platform provides free GPS information for better analysis of travel speeds and journey times in Metro Manila and Cebu City

Privacy Shield: Imperfect and incomplete
Adoption of Privacy Shield is unlikely before June 2016, and the scheme is likely to be challenged by national data protection authorities and individuals, writes Huw Beverley-Smith

IBM develops quantum as a service
IBM starts the ball rolling on what it would mean to program a universal quantum computer

Quarter of banks will use startups to replace legacy IT
A quarter of banks will go to financial technology suppliers for their online and mobile banking requirements by 2020

Shell the latest multinational to insource IT offshore
Oil giant Shell is the latest large business to announce plans to insource its IT operations at a delivery centre in Bangalore, India

Security Think Tank: HR and IT security collaboration key to skills crisis
What strategies can organisations use to ensure they are able to hire the information security professionals they need and that good candidates are not being missed or overlooked?

Most Influential Women in UK IT 2016: Entrants to the Hall of Fame
Computer Weekly recognises more great women’s lifetime achievements in its Most Influential Women in UK IT Hall of Fame

Designer cyber threats increasing, warns Sophos
Cyber attackers are crafting spam to deliver malware that uses vernacular, brands and payment methods for better cultural compatibility, Sophos researchers find

Google company’s access to NHS records raises privacy concerns
A data-sharing agreement between a Google-owned firm and the Royal Free NHS trust raises privacy concerns, despite assurances that Google cannot use the data

How to tease out patterns in divergent data stacks
Graph databases – the technology that links relations between datasets – will revolutionise the insights of data analytics

Businesses must address digital transformation security risks, says analyst
The security elements of business IT, the internet of things and operational technology are now all deeply interconnected, claims Martin Kuppinger

AWS Q1 Results: How the cloud giant plans to retain its hold on the market
In light of the continued growth of AWS, Computer Weekly looks at how the firm intends to retain its hold on the cloud market

Security Think Tank: Strategies for meeting cyber security skills needs
What strategies can organisations use to ensure they are able to hire the information security professionals they need and that good candidates are not being missed or overlooked?

US court orders Gozi money-stealing virus co-creator to pay $6.9m
Nikita Kuzmin spared further jail time after co-operating with investigators for the past three years

ViaSat connects satellite development programme for European Space Agency
ESA initiative aims to kick-start the development process for high-capacity satellite products, apps and services

EMC World 2016: Tucci and Dell vaunt datacentre modernisation
EMC World 2016 kicks off in Las Vegas, with the supplier vaunting datacentre modernisation, based on software-defined storage, cloud, flash and scale out architecture

Wi-Fi aggregator iPass offers SDK to simplify network access
iPass launches a software development kit to let enterprises, operators and suppliers integrate its technology and services into devices and apps

Singapore gets Samsung Pay and Apple Pay
Singapore is the first nation in the Asean region to get the Apple and Samsung mobile payment services
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