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UKtech50 2016 - The most influential people in UK IT
Computer Weekly has announced the seventh annual UKtech50 – our definitive list of the movers and shakers in the UK IT sector

Few iOS apps in enterprises meet Apple’s new security mandate
Most iOS apps in the enterprise pose potential security risks, according to research by Appthority

IT Priorities 2017: What will IT decision-makers be focusing on?
Each year, TechTarget looks at how CIOs and senior IT decision-makers will be investing in IT in the 12 months ahead

HP Inc: The difference a year makes
HP Inc is trying to invent its way to a new business. We speak to UK managing director George Brasher about its innovation mojo

Tape backup: Often old and confused, but quite cheap
Survey results show those with tape are likely to have old tapes, multiple formats, including defunct ones, and no way of knowing what is on them. But tape is still quite cheap for most

Security Think Tank: Communication is key to cyber security in digital era
How can information security professionals help organisations to understand the cyber risks across increasingly digital businesses?

40 firms to trial IBM Watson cognitive computing for cyber security
Forty companies sign up to apply IBM’s Watson cognitive computing systems to cyber security, but threat intelligence experts caution against total reliance on such systems

Samsung wins Supreme Court case in patent battle with Apple
Samsung has won the right to a review of the $548m it paid Apple for infringing iPhone patents

IT Priorities 2017: Hybrid cloud set to dominate datacentre infrastructure buying decisions
The 2017 Computer Weekly/TechTarget IT Priorities poll suggests the next 12 months will see enterprise IT buyers move to increase the hybrid-readiness of their datacentre facilities

UKtech50: The most influential person in UK IT for 2016, Simon Segars, CEO, ARM
Computer Weekly has announced the seventh annual UKtech50, our definitive list of the movers and shakers driving the role of technology in the UK economy

Blow for Australian banks in Apple dispute
Australia's big banks might not be granted leave to collectively bargain with and boycott Apple over its Apple Pay service

Internet of things gains momentum in Southeast Asia
IoT has been much hyped in Southeast Asia, and organisations in the region are testing the technology's potential

Google to hit 100% renewable energy target for datacentres in 2017
Google claims to be on course to hit its 100% renewable energy pledge in 2017 by ramping up its acquisition of green power sources

Dailymotion breach prompts calls for password alternatives
The latest breach of millions of user details prompts fresh calls for better security of user data and an alternative to passwords

Equinix to acquire 29 datacentres from Verizon for $3.6bn
Colocation giant Equinix hits the acquisition trail once more, as it continues on its quest to expand its global datacentre footprint

Aberdeenshire delivers wireless across schools and libraries
Aberdeenshire Council has built an estate-wide wireless network covering its schools, libraries and corporate buildings

Security Think Tank: How to make cyber risk easier for business to understand
How can information security professionals help businesses to understand the cyber risks across increasingly digital businesses?

Ofcom reveals duct and pole sharing proposals for fibre broadband
Regulator has made a number of suggestions to make it easier for broadband providers to get access to BT Openreach’s ducts and poles

UK falls below global cyber security confidence
Global confidence in ability to accurately assess cyber risk has fallen in the past year, but the UK has fallen below the global average

London Stock Exchange opens tech services centre in Sri Lanka
The London Stock Exchange increases its technology support services operation in Sri Lanka
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