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Pioneers take flash storage to analytics and big data use cases
Flash storage is now being applied to big data and analytics workloads as array makers exploit flash performance for rapid access and high throughput for big datasets

Twitter plans to cut hundreds of jobs
Twitter is expected to reduce costs by further trimming its staff, after the company failed in its bid to secure a buyer

Virgin Atlantic finds community benefit with Salesforce
Airline’s business-to-business and cargo divisions have found Salesforce CRM to offer a “family feel” beyond the software

CIO interview: Björn Ekstedt, PostNord
For PostNord, one of the Nordic’s largest logistics companies, the rise of e-commerce means the continual digital rehaul of its business models

Insurers are joining fintech party
Insurers are held back from digital transformation by legacy systems, but insurance-focused IT startups offer them hope

Self-driving taxi roll-out in Singapore gathers intelligence
Autonomous vehicle startup nuTonomy launched a fleet of self-driving taxis in Singapore in August

UAE telco launches mobile wallet
Etisalat signs deal with technology company to offer its customers a mobile wallet service, as fintech expands in the Middle East

GDS faces review by public spending watchdog
National Audit Office wants to review Government Digital Service's relations with Whitehall departments as a result of 2015 rural payments IT problems

Dyn DDoS attack highlights vulnerability of global internet infrastructure
Last week’s DDoS attack on DNS firm Dyn has highlighted both the vulnerability of the world’s internet infrastructure, and the dangers of leaving internet of things devices unsecured

In the digital era, customer identity is key
Identity is vital for presenting a consistent customer relationship across digital channels, but not everyone in all organisations understands this shift, according to identity veteran Ian Glazer

Microsoft hikes UK enterprise software and cloud prices as pound tumbles
The software giant's policy of harmonising prices across Europe means charges go up from 1 January 2017

UK National Cyber Security Centre a positive development, says CNI expert
There needs to be greater understanding of cyber threats facing business, and the UK's new National Cyber Security Centre is a step in the right direction, says CNI expert Barrie Millett

More than 100 MPs ask Obama to halt extradition bid against Lauri Love
UK MPs across all parties call for US president to save activist from extradition to the US on hacking charges on humanitarian grounds

Interview: Kevin Cunnington, director general, Government Digital Service
The government’s new digital chief talks about his plans for the future and the challenges of transforming public services

No endgame for cyber security, says Mikko Hypponen
Two of the most valuable lessons in cyber security are to know your enemy and not to rely on users to be secure, according to industry veteran Mikko Hypponen

Major DDoS attack on Dyn causes internet disruption
DNS provider Dyn experiences a large DDoS attack, causing disruption to online services

Many firms failing on crucial customer experience in digital era
Only through collaboration between all customer-facing parts of a business can it deliver the customer experience that is crucial to survival in the digital era, according to CXP Group consultant Nicole Dufft

Spotify on benefits of ditching its datacentres and going ‘all-in’ on Google cloud
Spotify’s vice-president of infrastructure opens up about the company’s datacentre downsizing plans, and how taking a multi-cloud to IT consumption would not work for the firm

Huawei unleashes European cloud programme, commits to UK business
At an event in Paris, Huawei launches a €75m cloud development programme, and reaffirms its commitment to its UK operations post-Brexit

UK first to bring surveillance under rule of law, says former GCHQ director
Former GCHQ head David Omand says the UK will be the first country in Europe to legislate to regulate digital intelligence and put it under judicial supervision with judicial review
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