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  • August 22, 2018 22 Aug'18

    Barclays appointment will step up use of AI in investment bank

    Ex-Goldman Sachs expert will focus on improving Barclays’ trading services and making internal systems more efficient

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  • August 22, 2018 22 Aug'18

    Nearly a third of organisations still not GDPR ready

    As the UK and other states implement the EU’s GDPR, many organisations admit they are still not fully compliant, but most claim to be able to respond to data subject access requests

  • August 22, 2018 22 Aug'18

    Cost savings still in short supply for cloud users, Druva research suggests

    Enterprises are increasingly moving their virtual workloads to the cloud for ease of management reasons, but cost savings remain elusive for many, suggests Druva’s latest report on cloud virtualisation

  • August 22, 2018 22 Aug'18

    JP Morgan fintech strategy widens retail trading

    Bank’s digital You Invest service opens up trading opportunities to millions of customers

  • August 22, 2018 22 Aug'18

    Newisys bare metal NVMe box targets performance market

    Former OEM supplier come out of stealth with dual-server box that can mount 56 NVMe drives for hyperscale datacentres or build-your-own NVMe shared storage hardware

  • August 22, 2018 22 Aug'18

    Superdrug denies data breach

    Superdrug has warned online customers it believes may have had personal details exposed, but claims its systems were not compromised, in what could be the first GDPR-related extortion attempt