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  • October 05, 2022 05 Oct'22

    Young people in tech unhappy despite inclusion push

    Businesses claim to be working on improving inclusion internally, but many young people still feel ill at ease in the tech sector

  • October 05, 2022 05 Oct'22

    Inside Dell Technologies’ zero-trust approach

    Dell Technologies’ zero-trust reference model starts with defining business controls and having a central control plane that manages all the security aspects of an organisation’s infrastructure

  • October 04, 2022 04 Oct'22

    Public sector aims to close digital skills gap with private sector

    Digital leaders from the public sector have stressed the need to build up the digital skills and capabilities of civil servants to successfully deliver the government’s digital transformation ambitions, but not at the expense of supplier ecosystems

  • October 04, 2022 04 Oct'22

    Mavenir to deliver cloud-based 5G solutions on Google Cloud

    Telecoms software provider and cloud giant team to offer combined system with containerised and micro-serviced converged 5G packet core, IP multimedia subsystem, messaging, orchestration, AI and telco analytics, and Open RAN products

  • October 04, 2022 04 Oct'22

    UK a broadband laggard as altnets grab share from incumbents

    Ookla overview of UK broadband market reveals that while fibre development is accelerating throughout the country, median fixed broadband download and upload speeds compare badly with global market

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  • October 04, 2022 04 Oct'22

    IR35 reforms to be scrapped: What IT contractors need to know

    News of the government’s plans to scrap the IR35 reforms took the contracting world by surprise, but IT contractors are being warned off making hasty changes to the way they work just yet

  • October 04, 2022 04 Oct'22

    Harrison Drury elevates its employee, customer experience with Avaya OneCloud UCaaS

    Solicitor’s transition to cloud-based unified communications-as-a-service platform modernises communications and sets up platform to support business’s strategy of providing a hybrid workplace

  • October 04, 2022 04 Oct'22

    Tories to replace GDPR

    IT industry reacts to the government’s plan to replace the pan-European data protection regulation

  • October 04, 2022 04 Oct'22

    Next phase of open banking already gathering pace

    Open banking has had a major impact on the banking industry as finance forms harness data to provide better services, but the next phase of open finance promises even more

  • October 04, 2022 04 Oct'22

    HMCTS continues roll-out of Common Platform despite calls to halt deployment

    Controversial roll-out of digital case management system continues amid planned strike action by Public and Commercial Services Union because of issues with the system