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  • June 12, 2020 12 Jun'20

    Twitter kills thousands of misinformation accounts

    The accounts were linked to the governments of China, Russia and Turkey, and engaged in systematic operations against pro-democracy activists, political opponents and dissidents

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  • June 12, 2020 12 Jun'20

    5G at ‘tipping point’ as Nokia reveals biggest drivers for enterprise 5G

    While analyst believes ‘enormous’ investment required and lack of killer apps put 5G growth in doubt, comms tech giant Nokia paints picture of IT decision-makers making tracks with next-gen infrastructure

  • June 12, 2020 12 Jun'20

    CityFibre hires 10,000 people to facilitate UK full-fibre roll-out

    UK’s third national digital infrastructure platform provider creates thousands of multi-skilled jobs across network of construction partners to facilitate network deployment

  • June 12, 2020 12 Jun'20

    Subpostmasters will not cooperate with government review into IT scandal

    A group of subpostmasters who suffered at the hands of the Post Office’s error-prone IT system refuse to participate in a government review into the scandal, describing it as a sham

  • June 12, 2020 12 Jun'20

    Coronavirus outbreak will speed up enterprise automation

    Forrester calls for enterprises to automate with empathy as they deploy an increasing range of intelligent technologies to reduce their dependence on human labour

  • June 11, 2020 11 Jun'20

    How Informa Markets cohered customer data as it absorbed UBM merger

    Trade show organiser Informa Markets turned to Collibra software as it sought to improve data quality while making marketing communications more targeted and precise

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