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  • May 29, 2020 29 May'20

    Singapore’s contact-tracing app tops privacy study

    Singapore’s TraceTogether is least intrusive in terms of privacy communications compared with similar apps in the region, study finds

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  • May 29, 2020 29 May'20

    UK to join Covid-19 High-Performance Computing consortium

    UK becomes first country outside the US to join group enabling researchers and scientists to access top supercomputers to help their work on the coronavirus

  • May 29, 2020 29 May'20

    Mobile industry makes ‘rapid’ progress towards 5G despite Covid-19

    BPI Network Survey suggests operators are rethinking security in the light of 5G network traffic, and shows “dramatic” increase in connected devices and new mission-critical use cases

  • May 29, 2020 29 May'20

    Kaminario offers cut-price virtual SAN in the cloud

    Flash pioneer Kaminario builds its VisionOS out to the cloud and says its cloud block storage is much cheaper than what is available from the native cloud services of the big three providers

  • May 29, 2020 29 May'20

    The software innovation impact of coronavirus

    Software developers can work remotely, but if workers are expected to work remotely in the long term, can organisations maintain a software innovation cycle?

  • May 28, 2020 28 May'20

    IT contractors hit by delays in Covid-19 furlough scheme payments from umbrella companies

    A lack of clarity over how Covid-19-related furlough pay calculations should be totalled up for IT contractors working for umbrella companies has left many facing financial hardship, it is claimed

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