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Best of VMworld 2017 Awards nominations now open until 31 August
Read the criteria for the Best of VMworld Europe User Awards and find out how to submit your nomination

Benelux organisations must ensure IT staff are content or else risk exodus
Organisations in the Benelux region could face IT staff leaving in large numbers if they don't remain attractive to employees

Box uses Google’s AI to support image recognition in the enterprise
Optical character recognition and automated generation of image metadata is now possible, thanks to Google Cloud AI

Researchers find potentially lethal car hack with no quick fix
Security researchers have discovered a supplier-neutral and stealthy smart car hack that can drastically affect the performance and function of the vehicle

Munich Re puts data analytics into services for a ‘riskier world’
Re-insurer combines a Hadoop data lake, SAS analytics and SAP Hana to create new cyber and other insurance services

Contactless payments through mobile phones no longer a novelty
The amount of contactless payments made through mobile devices increased by 336% compared with 2016, according to figures from Worldpay

School leavers urged to look at cyber security apprenticeships
Cyber security apprenticeships are a good alternative to ‘clearing’ and debts, according to security certification body, Crest

Openreach adds 26 locations to G.fast roll-out
Openreach has added 26 more locations to its fibre-based G.fast broadband network, bringing the total number of properties served to half a million

Boys outperform girls in 2017 computing A-levels
This year’s A-level results show more male students gaining higher grades than female students, but girls continue to steam ahead in ICT

Enterprises will need more bandwidth than public internet
As enterprises continue to digitise their operations over the next few years, their demand for data and bandwidth capacity will massively increase, says Equinix

UK rail passengers don’t trust on-board Wi-Fi
YouGov survey commissioned by Cobham Wireless finds UK commuters are increasingly frustrated with connectivity standards on the rail network

Top skills you need to avoid being replaced by a machine
A-level results have shown an increase in Stem subjects but tech skills remain a problem, warn some in the industry

Cyber criminals command top-level attacks, warns Check Point
Businesses need to rethink cyber defences with nation-state attack tools in the hands of ordinary cyber criminals, warns Check Point

Facebook sets out plans to open 10th datacentre by 2019
Social media giant to build new datacentre in New Albany, Ohio, to future-proof its infrastructure in the face of growing user demand

LG Electronics hit by suspected WannaCry attack
LG Electronics have been hit by ransomware that uses malicious code that could signal another WannaCry attack

The correlation between creativity, diversity and the future tech workforce
Many believe the UK computing curriculum should put more emphasis on creativity to prepare young people for an automated future

Cisco pivots strategically but still loses money
Cisco is betting big on intelligent, automated networking, but its revenues are dropping as it makes the strategic shift

Developers lack skills needed for secure DevOps, survey shows
The growing demand for developers with security skills is outpacing supply, but a survey reveals that a lack of formal security education and training by employers is contributing to the growing skills gap

Microsoft acquires Cycle Computing to lower barriers to HPC using cloud
Microsoft hits cloud acquisition trail to make high-performance computing accessible to a wider pool of enterprises

Barclays ring-fencing project means downtime for customers
Many Barclays services will be unavailable this weekend as part of the bank's project to separate retail and investment operations
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