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  • August 07, 2020 07 Aug'20

    Government pumps £650m into Northern Ireland border

    Funding for the Northern Ireland border includes £200m for a Trader Support Service and £155m to develop technology to support traders during post-Brexit transition period

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  • August 07, 2020 07 Aug'20

    ‘Inadequate’ broadband impacts bottom line for London’s SMEs

    Research reveals as many as 85% of small businesses in UK capital do not know how fast their broadband speed needs to be for their business to thrive, and only two-fifths were able to transition to a fully online business model after Covid-19 hit

  • August 07, 2020 07 Aug'20

    TikTok to be banned in US in 45 days

    Trump says his Executive Orders against Chinese mobile apps are in the interests of dealing with a national emergency

  • August 07, 2020 07 Aug'20

    India’s software industry calls for cuts to red tape

    Software industry lobby group iSpirt has called on the Indian government to ease the administrative burden of complying with rules related to taxes and trade

  • August 06, 2020 06 Aug'20

    Australia updates cyber security strategy but offers little new

    The nation’s latest cyber security strategy includes centralised management of networks and a voluntary code of practice for deploying internet-connected devices, among other areas

  • August 06, 2020 06 Aug'20

    TikTok to open first European datacentre in Ireland during early 2022

    The CISO of TikTok has confirmed the social video company's plans to open its first European datacentre in early 2022, as its data security processes come under increased scrutiny from the US government

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