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  • September 11, 2020 11 Sep'20

    BlackBerry rolls out AtHoc crisis communications system to European datacentres

    BlackBerry seeks to capitalise on growing demand for its AtHoc crisis communications system by rolling out locally hosted instances to European datacentres

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  • September 11, 2020 11 Sep'20

    Government funds digital manufacturing projects

    The business secretary has announced £300 million of funding for virtual assistants, augmented reality and digital supply chain innovations

  • September 10, 2020 10 Sep'20

    Cyber security is next frontier for open source

    Open security will facilitate the interoperability and capabilities of cyber security tools while alleviating vendor lock-in for enterprises, says IBM

  • September 10, 2020 10 Sep'20

    Mobile stable as UK full-fibre broadband increases significantly over first half of 2020

    Second interim 2020 update to UK comms regulator’s examination of connectivity shows fibre and superfast broadband proliferate since March as millions remain at home to work, learn and be entertained during the pandemic

  • September 10, 2020 10 Sep'20

    Scotland confirms launch of contact-tracing app

    Mobile users north of the border get opportunity denied to those in England and Wales – namely the use of a widely available smartphone app designed to prevent the spread of Covid-19

  • September 10, 2020 10 Sep'20

    Irish privacy watchdog orders Facebook to stop sending user data to the US

    Irish privacy watchdog orders Facebook to suspend transfers of European citizens’ data to the US after Schrems II ruling that Europeans have no effective way to challenge American government surveillance