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Culture secretary Wright hails Tech Nation AI growth programme at CogX

12 Jun 2019

Jeremy Wright, DCMS secretary of state, urges artificial intelligence tech firm founders to step forward for Tech Nation’s Applied AI growth programme, while McKinsey offers qualified endorsement of UK AI optimism Read More

Big tech chiefs boycott parliamentarians investigating citizens’ privacy

05 Jun 2019

An International Grand Committee on Big Data, Privacy and Democracy considers whether failure to protect citizens’ privacy constitutes grounds for anti-trust regulation against Facebook and other big tech companies Read More

ICO selects first innovation Sandbox participants

29 Jul 2019

UK privacy watchdog has chosen the first firms to take part in its Sandbox programme aimed at developing innovative and beneficial products and services that are privacy compliant Read More

Another 7.7M affected by American Medical Collection Agency breach

05 Jun 2019

Roughly 7.7 million LabCorp customers may have been affected by an American Medical Collection Agency data breach. It's the same incident that affected Quest Diagnostics. Read More

Vodafone confirms 5G network to go live in seven UK cities on 3 July 2019

14 May 2019

Mobile network operator claims pricing will be on a par with existing 4G network connectivity, as new research suggests business users are already prepping for the UK launch of 5G. Read More

Microsoft-owned LinkedIn commits to multi-year, all-in move to Azure public cloud

25 Jul 2019

Professional social networking site reveals plans to move all its workloads to the Microsoft public cloud over the next few years Read More

What to expect from Pluralsight LIVE 2019

14 Aug 2019

The Computer Weekly Developer Network (CWDN) team is fond of craft beer, Mormon temples, clean air and an opportunity to dig into cloud-based enterprise technology learning platforms. That’s lucky ... Read More

Many firms unaware of data exfiltration threat

12 Mar 2019

Many firms are unaware that they are being targeted by cyber espionage and that data is being exfiltrated from their networks by overseas adversaries, a security firm warns Read More

Who is serious about On-line Harms?

28 Jun 2019

1) DCMS kicks the can down the road - again The deadline for submissions to the DCMS consultation on On Line Harms  is July 1st. The NAO report politely savaging the UK failure to join up its ... Read More

Mott MacDonald builds smart cities on Azure cloud

12 Apr 2019

The Microsoft cloud will be used to run digital twins of city infrastructure to help city planners manage infrastructure more effectively Read More