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  • November 20, 2020 20 Nov'20

    Local authorities lagging behind in digitisation of citizen records

    Nearly a third of councils can't tell how much citizen information they store is in digital format, study shows

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      In the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies discovered to their dismay how little visibility they had into their supply chains. Years of focusing on inventory reduction and just-in-time delivery had caused them to lose touch with the imperatives of understanding who was supplying them and what standards were being applied to the parts and components they received. See More

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      Managing the personal computing experience was relatively easy when everyone was in the office: IT owned the hardware, maintained the software and ensured that appropriate defences were in place. But with people now dispersed to home offices around the world, in many cases, it’s up to them to take the responsibility for ensuring their PCs are safe and performing at their best. See More

    • Software Protection Isn’t Enough for the Malicious New Breed of Low-Level Endpoint Attacks

      This year’s pandemic has cast a harsh light on the difficulty of securing endpoints, particularly those that aren’t connected to the corporate network. Working without the insulation of the corporate firewall limits IT from auditing and controlling devices at the granular level needed, in many cases leaving it to users to secure their own desktops. See More

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  • November 20, 2020 20 Nov'20

    Widespread adoption of WBA OpenRoaming on the cards

    Cross-industry survey reveals rapid uptake and widespread acceptance of wireless broadband standard announced in May 2020

  • November 20, 2020 20 Nov'20

    University of Melbourne to advance digital health

    Australia’s University of Melbourne has established a research outfit to build and clinically validate healthcare technology solutions

  • November 19, 2020 19 Nov'20

    Transparency and honesty key to major programmes success, says NAO

    Major government projects often lack underlying data on costs and benefits, and it’s often not clear who is accountable for integration of different elements, according to a National Audit Office report on lessons learned on the programmes

  • November 19, 2020 19 Nov'20

    Covid-19 shift to remote working adds to Earth’s growing e-waste problem

    The shift to remote working has forced firms to purchase new IT equipment, but many are still lacking sustainable end-of-life processes for their devices

  • November 19, 2020 19 Nov'20

    Global networks take the strain in roller-coaster 2020

    Research from network tech provider reveals implications for service providers and internet service delivery chain, with significant growth in video streaming, gaming, video conferencing and DDoS

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