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  • April 16, 2021 16 Apr'21

    CityFibre switches on Milton Keynes to gigabit and names Edinburgh infrastructure lead

    Gigabit provider City Fibre says it is enabling thousands more residents in Milton Keynes to access its full-fibre network and high-speed broadband services, and names Paul Wakefield as lead of infrastructure build in Edinburgh

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  • April 16, 2021 16 Apr'21

    Teradata eyes cloud opportunity in APAC

    The data warehouse software supplier has been positioning itself to capture the region’s cloud opportunities through not only R&D, but also efforts to support enterprises in their cloud journey

  • April 16, 2021 16 Apr'21

    Argenta takes Teneo SD-WAN to improve global network

    Plagued by WAN issues, global animal health research and manufacturing company improves system performance and interconnectivity across its international locations with a co-managed software-defined wide area network

  • April 15, 2021 15 Apr'21

    Dutch accuse UK of ‘damaging confidence’ by disclosing details of EncroChat police collaboration

    The Dutch Public Prosecution Service claims Britain has damaged confidence by disclosing details of an international investigation into the EncroChat encrypted phone network to the courts

  • April 15, 2021 15 Apr'21

    Uber ordered to reinstate six drivers fired by automated process

    A default judgment handed down by Dutch court has ordered Uber to reinstate six drivers with compensation following unevidenced accusations of fraud and automated firing via algorithm

  • April 15, 2021 15 Apr'21

    Google launches multimillion-dollar cloud tech push to boost Covid-19 vaccine distribution

    Tech giant Google is ploughing millions of dollars into initiatives to bolster the availability of Covid-19 vaccines and make it easier for people to access information about immunisation programmes

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