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  • February 11, 2021 11 Feb'21

    Massive uptick in collaboration software usage in 2020

    US and Europe show differing directions of travel in remote working take-up but leading collaboration systems exhibit four-figure growth since February 2020, with usage levels set to remain high as the new normal of work establishes itself

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  • February 11, 2021 11 Feb'21

    Hacked Finnish therapy business collapses

    Vastaamo, the Finnish psychotherapy centre whose patients were blackmailed by a cyber criminal gang, has filed for bankruptcy

  • February 11, 2021 11 Feb'21

    Goldman Sachs reopens UK digital savings account

    US banking giant resumes online account for UK savers after temporarily withdrawing it in response to high demand

  • February 11, 2021 11 Feb'21

    HPE on the ISS: In space, no one can hear your CPU fans

    In The Martian, Matt Damon is stranded on Mars, and his comms link is so slow that it takes almost an hour to have a conversation. Now HPE is going into orbit

  • February 11, 2021 11 Feb'21

    Government launches digital identity trust framework

    The government’s draft framework, which aims to set out rules for the use of digital identities, will be tested with industries, services, users and organisations ahead of a final version being published

  • February 11, 2021 11 Feb'21

    Verizon Business, Deloitte gain retail edge with 5G

    Operator’s 5G and mobile edge compute technology, coupled with IT consultancy’s retail industry and solution engineering experience, aims to improve store operating efficiency and enhance the customer experience