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Smart city deployments will not get very far, or realise effective socioeconomic benefits, if more attention is not paid to the underlying infrastructure
Microsoft, taking a cue from Google, elevates fixes for Adobe Flash with a security bulletin in February.
From abolishing tuition fees for STEM subjects to recognising broadband as a “core utility” and using the tech sector to prevent terrorist attacks, the five London mayoral candidates set out their policies for the tech industry
These days, there are more ways than ever for confidential data and intellectual property to leak out of an enterprise: Skype, Twitter and smartphones, just to name a few. Michael Cobb explains how to protect enterprise data in an environment where communication is becoming easier than ever.
Entatech looks to the future, as it announces a new owner and a settlement with Changtel's liquidators
Businesses are starting to take the prevention of data leaks more seriously, an survey of IT professionals has revealed.