Search Results: Allan Swann
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UK scientists crack quantum computing

The new chip could make the previously sci-fi quantum computing revolution a reality in just 10 years.

The Boardroom

Published 03 September 2012

Catching some air: What UK businesses can learn from the Olympics

CBR asks what UK Plc can learn from the London 2012 Olympics in three hot areas: mobile and wireless, security and social media.

The Boardroom

Published 08 August 2012

Employee video, file sharing and Facebooking strangling business networks

Much of the explosive growth in bandwidth use over business networks has been driven by personal uses – such as social media, file sharing and...

Business Continuity

Published 05 July 2012

A quarter of UK PC users are software pirates

New research shows that 27% of computer users in the UK have pirated software on their computers, costing the industry £1.2bn.

The Boardroom

Published 15 May 2012

Personal responsibility remains the problem with BYOD

Employees need to be educated concerning their responsibilities with enterprise data on mobile devices, much as they did when computers first...

Malware

Published 09 May 2012

Kaspersky blames Apple for massive ‘Flashfake’ malware breakout

Kaspersky is blaming Apple's inaction on the Flashfake trojan as the main cause for the worldwide MacOS infection.

Malware

Published 11 April 2012

Technology driving new flexible workplace culture

A new survey of modern workplaces points to a change in management techniques being boosted by mobile technology.

Published 01 December 2011

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