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  • February 03, 2021 03 Feb'21

    Has Covid-19 made bank branch closures easier to sell?

    Big banks continue to close branches and invest more in technology as the Covid-19 pandemic makes a case for digital banking

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  • February 03, 2021 03 Feb'21

    UK slow in AI maturity race

    A new survey for Rackspace has found that IT decision makers in the UK struggle with finding the right skills to support artificial intelligence

  • February 03, 2021 03 Feb'21

    Broadband speed boost sees UK home values jump by £3,500

    UK government survey quantifies added value of access to superfast broadband, which is now said to have pushed broadband speeds up a gear for 5.5 million homes across the country, creating £2.7bn of economic benefits including 17,600 jobs

  • February 03, 2021 03 Feb'21

    Healthcare and life sciences dominate 2021 DataIQ 100 list

    NHS England’s managing director of data and analytics, Ming Tang, joins data leaders from pharmaceutical companies AstraZeneca and GSK in the top 10 of this year’s DataIQ 100 list

  • February 03, 2021 03 Feb'21

    Foxtons rejects claims of slow reaction to data leak

    Investigators have unearthed 16,000 data records that seem to have been stolen in an attack on property firm Foxtons last year, but the organisation says it acted by the book in dealing with the incident

  • February 03, 2021 03 Feb'21

    EE, BT team to ‘redefine’ home broadband with BT Halo 3+

    Comms provider and mobile division announce new hybrid connect device, claiming to combine full-fibre home broadband, Wi-Fi and UK’s fastest mobile network

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