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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.
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.
A US government decision to block eight Chinese quantum companies on security grounds highlights the growing threat posed by quantum computing.
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.
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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.
A new approach is required to cybersecurity training, experts believe. Gamification techniques could help make courses more engaging.
Knowledge management will overtake virtual assistants as the top AI use case next year, Gartner predicts, but AI maturity is still at least four years away for most organisations.
Fast growth for SaaS companies requires rapid decision-making based on the right information – but what is that and where should you look for it at each stage of your growth?
In partnership with Sage Intacct
CIO Dr Jeroen van der Vlugt is equipping the Netherlands' Ministry of Defence with new platforms, infrastructure and capabilities to win the wars of tomorrow.
The notorious botnet is back, and the criminals behind it could be ready to target businesses if they let their guard down over the holiday season.
From 'QRLjacking' to 'quishing', organisations must be aware of the cybersecurity risks of QR codes as adoption grows
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