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  • December 10, 2019 10 Dec'19

    Splunk.conf 2019: How men can be allies and why D&I has to be in your DNA

    Suzanne McGovern, chief diversity officer at Splunk, told Computer Weekly how having allies can take the burden off of the minority when calling out problematic behaviour, and why D&I has to be built into an organisation from the top

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  • December 10, 2019 10 Dec'19

    Department for Transport to build mapping tool for transport data

    System will use place-based information on a range of transport-related issues and follows the announcement of a future of urban mobility plan

  • December 10, 2019 10 Dec'19

    Rapid evolution of quantum computing a concern for CISOs

    With the race to achieve so-called quantum supremacy hotting up, security pros are concerned that it will outpace the development of appropriate safeguards, according to a report

  • December 10, 2019 10 Dec'19

    Autonomous ships on Dutch horizon

    The Port of Rotterdam is creating an environment where autonomous ships will become the norm, through IoT and IBM Watson

  • December 10, 2019 10 Dec'19

    Scottish Justice Committee wants extra powers for biometrics commissioner

    Members of Scottish Parliament in the Justice Committee have welcomed the creation of a biometrics commissioner for Scotland, but want ensure that they have the ‘necessary teeth’ for the job

  • December 09, 2019 09 Dec'19

    Cloud computing surges in the UAE in 2019

    Cloud computing take-up saw a significant acceleration in the Middle East throughout this year