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With Sophos' new endpoint security technology, it's now possible to block unwanted Internet browsers and virtualisation platforms to control user access. Application signatures and benefits of limiting users to Internet Explorer are also touched on.
Barclays Bank and Barclaycard are moving away from using .com and .co.uk domain names in a move that will add extra security for customers
Theresa May has indicated the party could revive the so-called "snoopers’ charter" to monitor electronic communications
Evolving technology is creating opportunities for the IT project manager to move away from firefighting and towards influencing business strategy
Retailers need to approach location-based marketing with extreme care if they want to gain customers’ trust and access to more of their valuable data
RBS and NatWest customers have encountered problems using the firms' mobile banking app as it experiences intermittent service
Following the opening of hosting provider PEER 1's new data centre in Toronto, the VP of data centre operations offers advice on why tackling energy issues should be a top priority in data centre planning.
Solid-state drives are currently blocked in their quest for dominance by cost and wear limits, but could TLC flash overcome such challenges and deal a blow to spinning disk?