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November 27, 2015

CBR Roundup: Black Friday to Autumn Statment – 5 lists from this week

List: CBR's most read lists this week.

By CBR Staff Writer

5 ways to protect your business from malvertising

Some simple steps can keep your firm protected from the growing threat of malvertising. – malware delivered through seemingly legitimate code on a website.

10 ways CIOs can ensure a frenzy-free Black Friday

Uptime, hackers and reputation need to be considered before getting into the shopping spree this black Friday. Here’s how CIO’s can create a frenzy free shopping spree.

8 digital pledges in Osborne’s Autumn Statement

Money for GDS to boost digital transformation across the public sector was just one of the announcements the Chancellor made in his set piece speech.

5 tech IPOs that tanked

Jack Dorsey’s venture Square had a strong IPO by all accounts, but other tech CEO’s haven’t always done so well when they go public. What went wrong for Facebook, Groupon, Vonage, A10 Networks and Zynga?



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