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  • December 05, 2017 05 Dec'17

    Singtel ties up with academia in AI and IoT research

    Agreements with Singapore’s national research agency and a local university will expand Singtel’s product range and grow the country’s capabilities in emerging technologies

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  • December 04, 2017 04 Dec'17

    The Dutch government defines cyber threat actors

    The Dutch government commissions the creation of a scientific classification of individuals and groups involved in cyber crime

  • December 04, 2017 04 Dec'17

    Malicious insiders and DDoS attacks cost UK business the most

    In 2017, the most costly or damaging cyber attacks for UK businesses have been malicious insiders and denial of service, research has revealed

  • December 04, 2017 04 Dec'17

    First female degree apprentices at Capgemini graduate

    The first female degree apprentices at Capgemini talk about their journeys into the IT sector

  • December 04, 2017 04 Dec'17

    Facebook pledges to create 800 UK jobs after opening new London office

    Social networking giant reinforces commitment to London tech scene with new office opening and jobs promise

  • December 04, 2017 04 Dec'17

    Giving machines a voice: what’s next for unified communications?

    As Mitel closes its acquisition of ShoreTel, creating a new unified communications and collaboration powerhouse, CEO Rich McBee reveals what’s coming next in the sector