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  • February 26, 2021 26 Feb'21

    Cyber extortionist threatened to bomb NHS targets

    A German court has convicted a 33-year-old Italian man for making extortion and bomb threats against NHS hospitals at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic’s first wave last year

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  • February 26, 2021 26 Feb'21

    DCMS gives tablet devices to people with learning disabilities

    The government is providing thousands of free tablet devices to those with learning disabilities to help them stay connected

  • February 26, 2021 26 Feb'21

    IR35 private sector reforms: Argos to offshore work of digital team in Milton Keynes to Mumbai

    Retailer Argos confirms it has ‘identified opportunities’ to offshore tasks performed by its digital team, while its IR35 compliance strategy has seen the majority of contractors declared in-scope of the new rules, sources claim

  • February 26, 2021 26 Feb'21

    Three UK broadens 4G, 5G reach

    UK operator reveals the pace at which its 5G network is expanding according to an expansion plan announced at end of 2020 and gives visibility into its 4G net build

  • February 26, 2021 26 Feb'21

    Dell bets on continued home working to drive PC demand

    The pandemic has led to an increase in PC sales, Dell reports, adding that it expects home working to continue as and when coronavirus restrictions are lifted

  • February 26, 2021 26 Feb'21

    5G firms tune up for Sonic open networking scheme

    Project offers the opportunity to shape what the UK’s 5G supply chains of the future could look like

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