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Threats of AI include malicious use against enterprises

17 May 2018

As sophisticated tools become easier to use, enterprises need to protect themselves against AI threats to ensure they do not become the victims of malicious attacks. Read More

Businesses wary of social media adoption

15 Apr 2009

Businesses are wary of social networks, with security issues and lack of control over content causing managers the most concern. Read More

How IoT and 5G are enabling the fourth Industrial Revolution

07 Dec 2018

The fifth generation of mobile networks is all about connecting things and unlocking the benefits of IoT. Key to this, says Openwave Mobility's Aman Brar, 5G will serve as an enabler for the fourth ... Read More

Twittering staff cost UK business £1.83bn

26 Oct 2009

UK businesses are losing £1.83bn in productivity because employees are using social networks such as Twitter at work. Read More

Fortinet: 5G to present new edge computing security concerns

29 Mar 2019

Although the rollout of 5G connectivity will enable new edge computing opportunities, John Maddison, executive VP at Fortinet, said it will also require new security considerations. Read More

Microsoft and LinkedIn: Nadella spends like he means it

16 Jun 2016

To pay $26.2bn for a social network that has failed to grow its income may be poor judgement – but Microsoft’s plans are far-reaching Read More

Facebook stock price falls on slowing growth forecast

26 Jul 2018

Facebook’s stock price has fallen dramatically in response to a forecast of slower revenue growth in 2018 and lower-than-expected user growth for the second quarter Read More

Twitter turns off business users! Pope in Catholic shocker!

21 Feb 2011

UC Expo's new research showing that business users are turned off unified comms because there are too many social media options out there comes as little surprise to Network Noise. Read More

Clearer North Korean link to global infrastructure malware campaign

04 Mar 2019

Researchers have uncovered clearer links between a North Korean hacking group and a cyber espionage campaign targeting government, defence, nuclear, energy and financial organisations around the world Read More

Cryptominers plateau while backdoors shoot up

17 Jul 2018

Illicit cryptocurrency mining appears to be slowing down, but backdoors increased rapidly in the second quarter of the year, a report warns Read More