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CISOs need to be more business-focused, says Publicis CISO
Information security leadership is about politics, getting a place at the top table and showing what security can do for the business, according to Publicis CISO Thom Langford

Business rate increases will hurt UK broadband sector, says industry
Stakeholders have criticised the Valuation Office Agency for huge rises in business rates on fibre cables that may affect the cost of broadband services

Singapore’s merged IT and media agency is up and running
Government organisation will drive digital and media technology in business, government and society

Brexit has thrown ICO plans into flux, admits information commissioner
The ICO is working to ensure that the UK's post-Brexit data protection law is progressive, stands up to scrutiny and provides stability, says information commissioner Elizabeth Denham

Google to open UK datacentre region as enterprise cloud push gathers pace
Internet giant outlines next phase of enterprise cloud development, including rolling out machine learning across its portfolio and building out its global datacentre presence

Manchester tech firms clamour for faster broadband connections
Tech businesses in Manchester are crying out for better broadband connections, according to a report commissioned by digital connectivity analysts WiredScore

Computer Weekly @ 50 startup interview: Ky Nichol, CEO, Cutover
We speak to the CEO and co-founder of Cutover about what makes his company unique

Computer Weekly @ 50 startup interview: Callum Murray, MD, Amiqus
We discuss with Callum Murray, managing director of Amiqus, how the company uses machine learning and open data to build tools

Computer Weekly @ 50 startup interview: Chris Dye, VP marketing, Glasswall Solutions
Chris Dye, VP of marketing explains how Glasswall helps organisations ensure electronic file and document integrity, security and assurance

Computer Weekly @ 50: The future of us – how the next 50 years of tech will reshape the world
In this panel debate filmed at our 50th anniversary we contemplate how IT could evolve over the next 50 years

Computer Weekly @ 50 startup interview: Paul Green, creative director, Iotic Labs
We speak to Paul Green, creative director, Iotic Labs, about why the company has created an internet-like environment for things

Computer Weekly @ 50 startup interview: Christine Hawkins, CEO, Info-CTRL
We speak to Christine Hawkins, CEO, Info-CTRL, on how the product consolidates a set of two-dimensional spreadsheets into a three-dimensional database

Computer Weekly @ 50 startup interview: Jamie Avi-Dan, CEO, ShareOptic
We speak to ShareOptic co-founder, Jamie Avi-Dan about his company is aiming to make cloud security affordable

NGOs challenge UK and US mass surveillance in human rights court
Privacy International, Liberty and the American Civil Liberties Union are among 10 human rights groups backing a landmark challenge to mass surveillance in the European Court of Human Rights

Breaches should be on the decline by now, says infosec veteran John Walker
A focus on the board, governance and compliance is distracting many infosec leaders from the real objective of securing data, says John Walker

Amazon Web Services expands European datacentre footprint with Paris region opening
Amazon Web Services outlines plans to build Paris datacentre region in 2017, as demand for locally hosted cloud services grows

Trust issues stifling digital economy growth, study shows
Businesses that have products and services based on trust have a significant opportunity to future-proof their business, but those who do not risk being side-lined, a study shows

Microsoft’s grand plan aims to make big data intelligence accessible to all
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella wants to democratise access to big data intelligence across the enterprise through the use of cloud, machine learning and new datacentre chip technologies

Is it NAS? Is it object storage? It’s both. It’s Avere’s C2N
Avere launches C2N hybrid NAS/object storage box that uses touted efficiencies of erasure coding to take aim at claimed drawbacks of clustered NAS rivals like Isilon

BlackBerry ends production of mobile phones
Canadian firm to focus on a strategy built around software development, including security and applications, and mobile device management
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