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  • April 30, 2019 30 Apr'19

    How Microsoft is prepping manufacturers for Industry 4.0

    Building on its manufacturing and technology knowhow, Microsoft has teamed up with industrial firms to support the growing demand for smart manufacturing capabilities

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    • 3 Key Capabilities that Enable IT to Deliver Remote Computing for the Long Run

      When the pandemic hit, most IT teams had to act fast to set up remote-work capabilities on a scale no one had planned for. Once that was accomplished, they were deluged with demands and requests from users who hadn’t been trained in the particulars of remote work. Now, six months in, IT teams are focusing on creating a remote-work environment that is more structured and efficient. See More

    • Plugging the Most Common Cyber Security Vulnerability in Remote Work

      Businesses of every kind had to scramble to improve their cyber security defenses after remote work became nearly ubiquitous, something that happened virtually overnight. Before the pandemic, most organisations had reasonably good security to protect traveling workers and the occasional remote employee, but a massive move to remote work changed the game. See More

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      In general, the pandemic-induced move to remote work has gone reasonably well. But providing technical support has come up short. A recent survey shows 33% of remote workers deal with tech support problems. None of this is the fault of IT teams, but they have been stuck with the responsibility of resolving all the issues. See More

    • Why Businesses Should Buy PCs for Remote Workers

      The massive switch to remote work prompted by the coronavirus pandemic quickly highlighted a severe shortcoming of not properly planning for a distributed workforce. Although they would prefer not to, IT teams have found themselves supporting a wide range of devices and software stacks, all with varying configurations, and usually without tools for remote management. See More

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  • April 29, 2019 29 Apr'19

    Bosses want to see explainable AI

    Almost one-third of UK bosses surveyed in the latest PwC global CEO survey plan to use artificial intelligence in their businesses – but explainable AI is critical

  • April 29, 2019 29 Apr'19

    Privacy and data protection an opportunity, says entrepreneur

    Organisations should see data protection and privacy compliance as an opportunity to build trust with customers, according to startup One.Thing.Less

  • April 29, 2019 29 Apr'19

    LightBits Super SSD brings NVMe on vanilla Ethernet

    Israeli startup LightBits offers super-fast NVMe flash storage over plain Ethernet networks in a move that some think will bring “iSCSI for the NVMe generation”

  • April 29, 2019 29 Apr'19

    Fix the basics first, then worry about AI, advise experts

    The freedom of the internet is at risk, with the cyber arms race and the industrialisation of hacking are set to continue as attackers move up the value chain to target trust mechanisms, threat experts predict

  • April 29, 2019 29 Apr'19

    Home Office to award £300m contract for management of biometric services

    Government department is behind schedule in the selection of suppliers to work on two platforms covering fingerprints, DNA and facial matching capabilities

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