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How an army of freelance white hat hackers are disrupting cybersecurity across the web.
The chatbot market is growing, but conversational AI is not always trusted by consumers. A new feature from cloud provider AWS, announced at its re:Invent conference, could change this for the better.
New clauses from industry body the Lloyds Market Association are designed to restrict the liability of underwriters for the high cost of cybercrime. Is this a positive step?
The IT services giant's massive recruitment drive has been billed as a way to address the UK's tech skills shortage. But is it merely adding to the problem?
China accounted for more than two-thirds of global 5G subscriptions this year, according to Ericsson's latest Mobility Report, but penetration in North America and Western Europe is catching up.
5G penetration in 2027
Forecast % of mobile subscriptions using 5G standard by end of 2027
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North East Asia
South East Asia and Oceania
Central and Eastern Europe
Middle East and North Africa
A US government decision to block eight Chinese quantum companies on security grounds highlights the growing threat posed by quantum computing.
The global chip shortage has made it harder for some IT departments to get their hands on PCs and data centre equipment. Strong supplier relationships are key to avoiding its worst effects.
Between 2017-2020, more than 4,400 US bank branches closed. How can incumbents leverage digital capabilities to build engagement and increase service levels, while retaining the benefits that local presence brings?
In partnership with WNS
The NHS has accepted the recommendations of a review into its digital transformation strategy, but with the health service still battling Covid-19, the changes could be disruptive.
This year has seen an outbreak of cyberattacks on news sites covering the Middle East, Hong Kong and North Korea as hackers attempt to reach their audiences.
As Europe forges ahead with its Digital Markets Act, a more co-ordinated approach between Britain's tech regulators is needed, a Lords committee heard this week.
As threats evolve, security teams face the mammoth task of trying to keep up. BlackBerry’s Roger Sels, discusses where criminals are showing most innovation – and the importance of taking a proactive stance.
In partnership with BlackBerry
The dominance of the public cloud market by just three suppliers has piqued the interest of competition regulators.
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