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  • October 18, 2018 18 Oct'18

    Drivers have dangerous misconceptions about self-driving cars

    People seem to be confused about the difference between autonomous and assisted driving technology, with worrying implications for road safety, says Thatcham Research

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      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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  • October 18, 2018 18 Oct'18

    Dubai Health Authority unveils virtual health app for GP consultations

    Health authority adopts new technology as part of the Dubai Future Accelerators initiative

  • October 18, 2018 18 Oct'18

    Industry and government must collaborate to drive the digital economy, says techUK CEO

    Industry and government must work together to grow use of technology across the UK economy, according to techUK CEO Julian David

  • October 18, 2018 18 Oct'18

    McAfee researchers uncover ‘significant’ espionage campaign

    Researchers discover campaign targeting South Korea, the US and Canada with links to eight-year-old source code from a threat group that has been dormant for five years

  • October 18, 2018 18 Oct'18

    Internet of things challenges in storage and data

    The internet of things (IoT) brings challenges, with a host of new edge devices and data. We look at edge and core processing, compliance and information lifecycle management in IoT

  • October 18, 2018 18 Oct'18

    Middle East gears up for 5G

    The race for 5G is well and truly under way, and the UAE and Saudi Arabia are well positioned to be among the first countries in the world to deliver the benefits of this new telecoms protocol

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