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  • August 30, 2018 30 Aug'18

    US and UK days away from European Parliament ultimatum to suspend data transfers to the US

    Threat to Privacy Shield as the European Union and US approach a critical European Parliament deadline to suspend data transfers from the EU to the US

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  • August 30, 2018 30 Aug'18

    Singapore broadens access to AI skills

    A national artificial intelligence initiative in Singapore is being extended to the general population to dispel fears that machines will take over people’s jobs

  • August 29, 2018 29 Aug'18

    Improving security is top driver for ISO 27001

    Organisations are implementing the ISO 27001 standard in recognition of the fact that cyber attacks are increasingly inevitable and that it is best to be well-prepared to fend off attacks and mitigate their effect

  • August 29, 2018 29 Aug'18

    IBM brings AI-powered highlights tool to US Open tennis players

    IBM is bringing its AI-powered Watson platform to the US Open tennis players to provide them with insight into their past performances

  • August 29, 2018 29 Aug'18

    Cloudian’s $94m new funds to target 100PB-scale operations

    CEO Michael Tso says funding in engineering efforts aims to make sure Cloudian can meet the challenge of object storage deployments growing to hundreds of petabytes

  • August 29, 2018 29 Aug'18

    DCMS has £95m for full-fibre in final round of LFFN scheme

    The government has announced the third and final round of the Local Full Fibre Network Challenge Fund, with £95m remaining to invest in local ultrafast broadband projects