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  • January 31, 2023 31 Jan'23

    University of Stirling taps into Alation data catalogue technology

    The University of Stirling is the first non-US university to participate in a data management education programme provided pro bono by data catalogue supplier Alation

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  • January 31, 2023 31 Jan'23

    Royal Mail recovers more International Tracked services

    Royal Mail is making further progress in recovering IT systems hit by a ransomware attack, and has re-enabled another tranche of international export services

  • January 31, 2023 31 Jan'23

    MPs warned of AI arms race to the bottom

    Expert tells Parliamentary committee that tech companies developing artificial intelligence are cutting corners and placing safety on the backburner, opening up ‘enormous risks’ for the future of AI

  • January 31, 2023 31 Jan'23

    ATO renews major Macquarie deal

    The contract renewal will enable the Australian Tax Office to tap Macquarie’s security operations centre, among other services, to secure its IT environment and protect sensitive data

  • January 31, 2023 31 Jan'23

    Mark Logan on his vision for a Scottish technology ecosystem

    The Scottish Government’s entrepreneur advisor speaks to Computer Weekly about the philosophy behind an ambitious technology ecosystem strategy

  • January 30, 2023 30 Jan'23

    BT tests out high-altitude flying antenna

    The trial with Stratospheric Platforms may lead to hydrogen-powered drones being used to provide 4G and 5G rural coverage

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