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At IBM’s Watson lab, customers marry the power of AI with the IoT
IBM formally inaugurated its Watson Internet of Things headquarters in Munich, Germany in February, and Computer Weekly went to meet the customers and partners who are using Watson AI to deliver on the promise of the IoT

Number of people hit by professional financial cyber attack grows after lull
Kaspersky Labs reports that the number of people hit by financial cyber attack grew in 2016 after falling in the previous two years

Welsh university offers fintech degree
Wrexham Glyndwr University becomes the latest education provider to launch a course in financial technology

Old code haunts Cloudflare with memory leak scare
Ancient software has been blamed for a major memory leak affecting hundreds of thousands of web pages delivered via Cloudflare’s CDN

Coadec suggests increase in software development apprenticeships
Not-for-profit Coadec urges the technology industry and government to increase the number of available software development apprenticeships in the UK to tackle the growing skills crisis

UK IT professionals wanted in New Zealand capital city as part of recruitment campaign
The government of New Zealand's capital city is looking for IT staff from around the world to address a skills shortage

Businesses urged to buy security according to their actual needs
Organisations must resist the temptation to buy a whole raft of security technologies without first assessing their real and specific security needs, says industry expert Michael Dieroff

Banking malware, DDoS, ransomware and CEO fraud top UK cyber threats
Businesses need to be aware of the value of their data, how that data is likely to be attacked, and how to defend against particular attacks, says leading UK cyber cop

RAID vs erasure coding for flash storage
Flash storage needs array data protection. We run the rule over RAID for flash storage and look at erasure coding, which will become more attractive as drive sizes increase

Backup datacentre power: Using diesel generators to plug the UK's energy supply gaps
Energy market stakeholders are calling on the datacentre community to help them close the UK's energy demand and supply gap by hooking up their diesel generators to the National Grid, but will it work?

Lords pressurise government over broadband USO
In a House of Lords debate on the Digital Economy Bill, peers passed an amendment to set the minimum standard speed for broadband at 30Mbps

Government fails to meet target for recruiting computing teachers
The number of postgraduates choosing to start training for a career in teaching computing did not meet the government’s targets for the 2016/17 academic year

Digitisation opens up security weakness in oil and gas
The oil and gas industry needs to address the security risks associated with operational technology and vulnerable IT systems, says Ponemon Institute report

Dutch banks and ISPs behind in domain security
Dutch banks are falling behind organisations in other sectors when it comes to securing domains.

Starling Bank opens API with hackathon
Challenger bank Starling opens its API up to developers in hackathon at Google’s London Campus

BDUK head Chris Townsend to step down
Government executive Chris Townsend, who oversees the DCMS-run BDUK rural broadband programme, is to step down in April

Most hackers can steal data within 24 hours, study shows
Most hackers are able to access company systems and steal valuable data within 24 hours, according to the Nuix Black Report, which aims to show which security technologies are worth investing in

2017 IT Priority Study: Trends in APAC security
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2017 IT Priority Study: Trends in the APAC converged/hyper-converged market
Find out what converged/hyper-converged initiatives IT decision makers are planning in 2017

2017 IT Priority Study: Trends in APAC DevOps
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