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How not to defend yourself against identity theft

A Hewlett-Packard report shows industry practice at its worst.

Security

Published 21 July 2014

Maybe the password isn't so bad after all....

New research from Microsoft is blasphemy for security.

Security

Published 21 July 2014

How women in tech are losing at the top

But female leadership roles in UK tech firms are higher than the US.

The Boardroom

Published 18 July 2014

Could Facebook’s “Buy” button spur the next big retail revolution?

Combining social media with impulse purchases could be a profitable move.

Social

Published 18 July 2014

The right to be forgotten has failed utterly

The EU's ruling both annoys and fails to protect.

Security

Published 18 July 2014

Are Imogen Heap's connected gloves the future of music?

Hold me closer, tiny mimer.

Micro Electronics

Published 16 July 2014

Oracle: Shaking up the supply chain

Why companies can't afford not to have an IT-centric supply chain.

Published 16 July 2014

Why hyperconnectivity will accelerate the UK tech sector

And what it means for your business.

Networking

Published 15 July 2014

Have work emails taken over your life?

Emails are blurring the line between work life and personal life.

The Boardroom

Published 15 July 2014

Internet of Things standards on a collision path

They’re all disagreeing.

Published 14 July 2014

How many people in the world have access to the Internet?

Is it Zuckerberg's 5 billion or O3b's 3 billion?

E-commerce

Published 14 July 2014

The global threat posed by the Cyber criminal underworld

Industrial scale data theft is already happening – read the numbers

Security

Published 10 July 2014

Will BlackBerry’s Passport make it hip to be square?

Unusually-shaped device will turn heads and could revolutionise its flagging fortunes.

Mobile & tablets

Published 10 July 2014

Will new EU data protection rules be ‘a company killer’?

Brussels could be granting itself execution powers over negligent firms.

Security

Published 09 July 2014

Why Larry Page’s four-day week is still science fiction

But the Google co-founder is right that we need a culture change.

Published 09 July 2014

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