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  • October 26, 2017 26 Oct'17

    BT to cut charges for landline-only customers after Ofcom review

    BT is to cut charges for up to a million residential customers who only buy a landline telephone service

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  • October 26, 2017 26 Oct'17

    Datrium gets Flash End-to-End in its server/shared hybrid DVX NVMe

    Taking aim at hyper-converged, Datrium DVX adds flash as bulk storage, while NVMe at the server handles hot data with the scale needed by enterprise customers in mind

  • October 26, 2017 26 Oct'17

    Kaspersky ban: The risks to global software

    While Kaspersky defends allegations of collusion with Russian spooks, what are the wider implications to software globalisation?

  • October 26, 2017 26 Oct'17

    Health and Social Care Network connects first customer

    Digital dictation and clinical records management systems firm Crescendo Systems has become the first customer to officially connect to NHS Digital’s Health and Social Care Network

  • October 26, 2017 26 Oct'17

    Kaspersky Lab explains how NSA data was uploaded

    Malware detection triggered an upload of data from a National Security Agency contractor’s home computer, Kaspersky Lab says an internal investigation has revealed

  • October 26, 2017 26 Oct'17

    Most businesses misguided on responsibility for cloud data protection

    Survey shows more than 80% of organisations have the mistaken belief that their cloud service provider is accountable for data protection

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