Business

5G could provide £6.3 billion boost to UK manufacturing
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5G

5G could provide £6.3 billion boost to UK manufacturing

Vodafone urges the UK government to make it easier for manufacturers to invest in private 5G networks
28 Jul 2021
Biden warns cyber attacks could lead to “shooting war”
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cyber attacks

Biden warns cyber attacks could lead to “shooting war”

The comments come as the US continues to battle a wave of serious cyber attacks
28 Jul 2021
Apple, Google and Microsoft report record-breaking profits
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Business operations

Apple, Google and Microsoft report record-breaking profits

iPhone sales and cloud revenues soar as the pandemic continues to elevate tech stocks
28 Jul 2021
Upgrade to a business-class office, without spending a fortune
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Business strategy

Upgrade to a business-class office, without spending a fortune

It looks like home working is here to stay, so here are some ways to work in comfort and make the best possible impression over video calls
27 Jul 2021
IT Pro Asks: Why are IT professionals so misunderstood?
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Careers & training

IT Pro Asks: Why are IT professionals so misunderstood?

Welcome to the latest series of 2-minute IT Pro videos
27 Jul 2021
Google adds 600 places to Singapore digital skills bootcamp
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Careers & training

Google adds 600 places to Singapore digital skills bootcamp

The country is looking to build up local tech talent through government-supported programmes
27 Jul 2021
No new Galaxy Note this year, Samsung exec confirms
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Mobile Phones

No new Galaxy Note this year, Samsung exec confirms

Mobile comms head confirms rumour that the company is focusing on its 'Fold' range
27 Jul 2021
TikTok to open cyber security 'Fusion Centre' in Dublin
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Security

TikTok to open cyber security 'Fusion Centre' in Dublin

The social media firm set to expand its presence in Ireland and tap into the country's "strong talent pool"
27 Jul 2021
Federal court extends FTC deadline in its Facebook antitrust case
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Policy & legislation

Federal court extends FTC deadline in its Facebook antitrust case

Commission has until August 19 to file a new antitrust complaint
26 Jul 2021
What is BYOD?
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Business strategy

What is BYOD?

We explain what Bring Your Own Device means and how to implement a successful company strategy
26 Jul 2021
Amazon might accept Bitcoin payments by the end of the year
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Business operations

Amazon might accept Bitcoin payments by the end of the year

The reported plans include developing its own token and are said to have come from former CEO Jeff Bezos
26 Jul 2021
Faulty Windows 10 update breaks printing with smart cards
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vulnerability

Faulty Windows 10 update breaks printing with smart cards

Microsoft’s 2021 printing woes continue after several vulnerabilities were found in the Print Spooler component
26 Jul 2021
5G FWA could 'halve the cost' of rural full-fibre rollout
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5G

5G FWA could 'halve the cost' of rural full-fibre rollout

Three and CCS Insight are calling on the government to reconsider its reliance on fibre technology
26 Jul 2021
Rackspace to lay off 10% of workforce
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cloud computing

Rackspace to lay off 10% of workforce

The company says it will refocus its efforts on “expanding its internal training programme to further develop expertise in cloud services”
26 Jul 2021
New Zealand privacy commissioner tipped to become next ICO head
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Information Commissioner

New Zealand privacy commissioner tipped to become next ICO head

John Edwards is said to be an 'anti-Facebook' regulator who would fit well in the UK's plans to clamp down on big tech
26 Jul 2021
Intel warns global chip shortage could last until 2023
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components

Intel warns global chip shortage could last until 2023

Warnings of an acute supply problem in the next quarter come as Intel reports flat revenues for Q2 2021
26 Jul 2021
TSMC mulls Germany for first European chip plant
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Hardware

TSMC mulls Germany for first European chip plant

The move comes as countries around the world continue to try and attract chipmakers to their territories amid a global chip shortage
26 Jul 2021
The IT Pro Panel
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Business strategy

The IT Pro Panel

Everything you need to know, including panellist details, upcoming themes and how to apply
26 Jul 2021
IT Pro Panel: Why IT leaders need soft skills
IT Pro Panel: Why IT leaders need soft skills
professional development

IT Pro Panel: Why IT leaders need soft skills

Technical skills are all well and good, but human-centric skills are the real differentiators
26 Jul 2021
IT Pro and TechShare Pro
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Business

IT Pro and TechShare Pro

IT Pro is pleased to be partnering with AbilityNet for this year's event focused on accessibility and inclusive design...
23 Jul 2021
Alphabet tackles industrial robot software market
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automation

Alphabet tackles industrial robot software market

Intrinsic will teach industrial robots to perform complex tasks
23 Jul 2021
Senator wants social media companies held liable for spreading anti-vax lies
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social media

Senator wants social media companies held liable for spreading anti-vax lies

Amy Klobuchar calls for some Section 230 protections to be stripped from social media
23 Jul 2021
ZINFI updates PRM platform to meet hybrid workforces’ needs
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remote access

ZINFI updates PRM platform to meet hybrid workforces’ needs

New features connect widely dispersed, multilingual business teams
23 Jul 2021