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Storage briefing: The evolution of software-defined storage
The evolution of software-defined storage, from simple software products to those that offer scale-out, hyper-converged, NVMe, public cloud and container functionality

Robots will create more jobs than they eradicate by 2020
Artificial intelligence technology will begin to create more jobs than it replaces, says Gartner

Highways England plans for 5G, smart vehicles, drones
Highways England report sets out its aspirations for the next few years, and explores how digital technology will be used to keep people on the move

Cyber security skills shortage can be addressed, says (ISC)2
The shortage of cyber security skills can be addressed, starting with training anyone who is unemployed, according to information security professional training and certification body (ISC)2

NVMe: The flash storage standard in search of a form factor
NVMe can unleash flash by doing away with the built-for-disk SCSI protocol. But so far there’s no consensus between suppliers about how to build products around NVMe

Dutch IT expert takes an ethical hacking sabbatical
Ethical hacker discovered nearly 1,000 vulnerabilities after taking a year off from his job in the Netherlands government to set up a hack group

Bitfinex restored after DDoS attack
Bitcoin exchange Bitfinex says its systems have been restored after the company was hit by a second denial of service attack in just over a week

Banks forced to be open about major security and operational incidents
New FCA rules aim to give consumers more information about current accounts beyond interest rates and charges

Quarter of SMEs say digital skills not important for business growth
Survey shows many smaller firms do not consider digital skills essential, but Federation of Small Businesses says talent recruitment can be a “nightmare”

Startups and corporations mingle at Finland’s Slush tech event
Startup events are becoming rich hunting grounds for large enterprises looking for the platforms of the future

GDS staff survey reveals concerns over leadership and evidence of bullying and harassment
Employee survey at Government Digital Service shows staff enjoy their work but have concerns about senior management – plus complaints over discrimination, bullying and harassment

Harnessing hybrid deployment
Computer Weekly explores how the success of hybrid deployment hinges on the network

Researchers find trove of 1.4 billion credentials
Security researchers have discovered what is believed to be the largest aggregate database found in the dark web to date, prompting fresh calls for improved identity management

Innovation key to halt cyber attacks
In the light of the number of cyber breaches taking place, innovative security systems are required, according to the UK National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)

Security Think Tank: Use policy and guidance to help secure messaging apps
What criteria should organisations use to assess the security of smartphone messaging apps and how can they ensure only approved apps are used by employees?

Workers should embrace robots, not fear them, says Labour deputy
Labour deputy leader to say workers need not fear robots taking their jobs, but welcome the opportunities they will bring

Cloud-to-cloud backup: What it is and why you need it
Applications that run in the cloud are protected, but only so much. For full protection of data generated by cloud-based apps you need cloud-to-cloud backup

Perth airport security plans stolen by Vietnamese hacker
Australian authorities have named a Vietnamese hacker they say was able to break into the IT systems at Perth International Airport and steal security information

Bumps in the road ahead for Nordic cashless societies
Sweden and Norway are global leaders when it comes to reducing the use of cash in the economy – but what about the Nordic region as a whole?

Russian-speaking hackers targeting financial institutions
A Russian-speaking cyber criminal gang is targeting financial institutions in the UK, US and Russia, a Moscow-based security firm reports
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