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  • April 27, 2021 27 Apr'21

    Flexible CIOs gain friends in finance

    The pandemic has shown the value of IT to business leaders. Chief financial officers are looking for quick IT investment returns

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  • April 27, 2021 27 Apr'21

    UK supermarkets to trial age estimation tech for alcohol purchases

    Biometric age estimation technology developed by Yoti to be tested in UK supermarkets for alcohol purchases as part of government-led digital identities initiative

  • April 27, 2021 27 Apr'21

    Total cost of ransomware attack heading towards $2m

    Sophos’ latest study finds that ransomware attacks are proving increasingly disruptive to their victims’ finances

  • April 27, 2021 27 Apr'21

    Scality launches Artesca container-native object storage

    Object storage specialist gets on a burgeoning container object storage market with Artesca, which runs from Kubernetes to provide persistent storage for containerised applications

  • April 27, 2021 27 Apr'21

    Leaky Azure storage account puts software developer IP at risk

    Source code for multiple products was left exposed in an unsecured Microsoft Azure cloud storage account, say researchers, but attributing responsibility for the error has proved difficult

  • April 27, 2021 27 Apr'21

    Startup targets PC gamers to build decentralised supercomputer

    US-based Salad Technologies has been tapping up PC gamers to donate their surplus capacity for cryptocurrency mining for several years now, but it is now turning its attention to diversifying its workloads