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BlackBerry ends production of mobile phones
Canadian firm to focus on a strategy built around software development, including security and applications, and mobile device management

NHS Digital aims to put healthcare on firm cyber security footing
NHS Digital set to work closely with National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) to boost healthcare sector cyber security capabilities

Business secretary calls for national broadband upgrade
In a speech to the Institute of Directors’ annual conference, Greg Clark calls for a major broadband upgrade to support the reinvention of the government’s industrial strategy

5G worth more than €113bn per year to European economy
An EC-supported study conducted by InterDigital suggests investment in 5G could generate an annual benefit of €113bn by 2025

Splunk vs the skills shortage – trying to help organisations gain the right skills
Splunk’s CEO Douglas Merritt explains how the organisation has been working to help people both in and outside its organisation to gain the skills needed to use its big data technology

Docker storage: how to get persistent storage in Docker
Docker, by default, doesn’t come with persistent storage, which presents an issue to some workloads customers that want to run in containers – however, there are ways to achieve persistent storage

Mastercard woos software developers with API platform
Credit card company Mastercard is investing heavily in digital payments and wants to engage with developers and startups

UK National Cyber Security Centre set to launch
NCSC is due to launch officially on 1 October 2016 and will help the healthcare sector deliver consistent quality of data security

UK Oracle MD: companies repeating tangled architectures in cloud
Oracle’s UK, Ireland and Israel managing director, Dermot O’Kelly takes stock of Open World 2016 and urges CIOs not to reinvent on-premise “accidental architectures” in the cloud

Gigaclear to deliver fibre broadband through old water pipes
Rural fibre broadband supplier Gigaclear has teamed up with Affinity Water Distribution to study the feasibility of using disused water mains as an FTTP delivery mechanism

Microsoft preps datacentres for AI revolution through deployment of reprogrammable chips
Microsoft claims field programmable gate array chips are now live in Azure datacentres in 15 countries, as it future-proofs its infrastructure for the rise of big data applications

Infosecurity – the GCHQ way
Balancing privacy and security requires highly developed information security policies and, of the UK intelligence agencies, GCHQ has taken the lead.

Lax perimeter security exposes bank to hacker extortion attempt
Failure to follow standard network security best practice has exposed a Californian investment bank to cyber criminals’ demands

Yahoo breach underlines need for Security Serious Week
The recently disclosed Yahoo data breach shows that no business is immune, underlining the need to raise awareness and improve practices, say the organisers of Security Serious Week

ESN: a long-term evolution or a game-changing revolution?
There is little doubt that the Home Office’s plan to update the Emergency Services Network is transformational, but how does it compare internationally?

Mobility is about to enter the post-app era, says Gartner
At an event in South Africa, Gartner analysts look ahead to an era of mobility that goes beyond apps

Microsoft accuses public cloud rivals of overlooking enterprise
Software giant talks up its enterprise credentials and heritage, while taking a swipe at its public cloud competitors

BoxWorks 2016: The fight for diversity should not always surround gender
Three CIOs and an executive from collaboration firm Box discuss the global search for diversity in tech, and how gender parity is not the only issue

Computer Weekly @ 50: The next big things in tech – a developers’ perspective
Leading technology experts discuss the trends in enterprise software and how this will impact future applications

Adrian Davis discusses the evolution of security in the age of IoT
Cloud computing and the internet of things will have a major impact on how security is implemented going forward.
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