5 IoT Dos and Don'ts to unlock business value
List: "Do or Do not, there is no try" as IoT is only winnable for those that think big and have clear roadmaps.
Published On08:31, November 27 2015
Cyber security firms help NCA make reFUD malware arrests
News: The NCA worked with cyber security firm Trend Micro on its investigation.
Published On08:21, November 27 2015
DataSift CEO: Making social data consumable
Exclusive CEO briefing: Tim Barker, CEO, DataSift, talks to CBR about why privacy will become a killer app and making social data consumable.
Published On04:06, November 27 2015
Metro – the bank built on as-a-Service offerings
CEO Briefing: CBR talks to CEO Craig Donaldson about the software that helps his bank challenge financial institutions.
Published On04:05, November 27 2015
10 ways CIOs can ensure a frenzy-free Black Friday
List: Uptime, hackers and reputation need to be considered before getting into the shopping spree.
Published On16:53, November 26 2015
Mobile apps: the security tunnel right to the enterprise core
C-level briefing: Marx Noctor of Arxan explains why your app needs protecting all the way down to the source code.
Published On16:51, November 26 2015
5 tech reactions to Osborne’s Autumn Statement
List: With digital transformation on George Osborne's agenda, tech reacts to the Autumn statement.
Published On16:48, November 26 2015
Total data visibility with self-destruct button: UK start-up promises maximum mobile security
CEO Briefing: From a 'USB on steroids' to a multi-million pound deal with AMD - Norman Shaw is not your normal start-up founder & CEO.
Published On16:21, November 26 2015
London black cabs pick up contactless payments
News: TfL fights back Uber with smart technology but also plans a 20p fare rise.
Published On14:40, November 26 2015
Banks back biometrics for mobile-first world
News: Handset manufacturers are also showing interest in the technology.
Published On14:39, November 26 2015
UK targeted as Dridex banking Trojan bounces back
News: Return comes just weeks after security services reduced botnet's power.
Published On12:19, November 26 2015
Emission-sniffing drones deployed in European waters
News: The European Maritime Safety Agency and the European Space Agency want devices to fight sulphur emission levels.
Published On11:39, November 26 2015
Google blames bug for TripAdvisor & Yelp search results
News: Google accused of abusing its power.
Published On11:23, November 26 2015
Innovation is key but UK SMEs fail to splash the cash
News: Majority of companies failing to use data to inform innovation.
Published On10:55, November 26 2015
Morgan Stanley struggling to offload eBay debt
News: eBay said private equity backed sale had been completed earlier in the month.
Published On10:53, November 26 2015
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