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Security researchers find fourth CPU flaw

Security researchers have reported another flaw in common microprocessor chips related to the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities

CIO interview: Cathal Corcoran, Gatwick Airport

Computer Weekly speaks to Gatwick Airport’s CIO about a major network upgrade, which will support future expansion and boost its IT services

Canonical founder slams VMware and Red Hat over product costs

Closing out the first day keynote at the OpenStack Summit in Vancouver, Canonical co-founder Mark Shuttleworth hit out at the firm's "more costly" competitors

Google sued for £3.2bn for tracking UK iPhone browsing

A lawsuit by a group called Google You Owe Us is seeking compensation from Google for tracking millions of UK iPhone users’ browsing data

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  • Beware of the digital bandwagon

    The rush to become ‘digital by default’ could drive costs up and have a damaging effect on understanding customer demand, writes John Seddon

  • A strong UK-India bond on tech can benefit us all

    The UK tech sector can benefit from the government’s work to forge closer ties with India’s burgeoning digital economy

  • It’s not too late to get GDPR ready

    With the GDPR compliance deadline on 25 May 2018, there is little time to get ready, but it is not too late, according to the IAPP, which provides a checklist to help organisations ensure they are in the best position possible for the deadline

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