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Intel grows despite the PC continuing its slow decline

Intel

Intel has reported 3% growth, including a 5% boost in its data centre business, though the client computing unit continues its slow decline.

Security still viewed as a barrier to progress – Dell

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A recent survey from Dell demonstrates security is still seen as a hindrance to innovation as companies aim to develop a more digitally orientated proposition for the market.

Are cyber attacks covering up server inadequacies at Pokémon Go?

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Pokémon Go users have continued to struggle as the app’s developer Niantic Labs recovers from hacker attacks and unprecedented demand for the game

What did we learn from EMC’s data protection report?

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EMC has recently released its Global Data Protection Index 2016 where it claims only 2% of the world would be considered ‘leaders’ in protecting their own assets, but what did we learn from the report?

Cisco cracks open wallet for $293m CloudLock acquisition

Cisco corporate

Citrix has announced its intent to acquire cloud security company CloudLock in a $293 million deal which is expected to close in Q1 2017.

Intel reported to be looking for security exit

Intel

Almost six years after purchasing antivirus specialists McAfee, Intel is reported to be in the market to sell off its security arm.

What did we learn at Cloud & DevOps World?

Cloud & DevOps World

The newly branded Cloud & DevOps World kicked off yesterday with one theme prominent throughout the various theatres; cloud is no longer a disruption, but what can be achieved through the cloud is still puzzling decision makers.

SMEs not prepared for the threat of cyber criminals – Barclaycard

Hacker performing cyber attack on laptop

Research from Barclaycard claims cyber security is not being prioritized by small businesses, putting numerous organizations at risk of attack.

Microsoft launches VC to drive inorganic growth

Microsoft To Layoff 18,000

Microsoft has announced the launch of Microsoft Ventures, a new capitalist venture arm to engage start-ups and entrepreneurs in areas which the business does not currently operate.

What did we learn from PwC’s local government survey?

City Hall

PwC has recently released findings from its annual survey, The Local State We’re In, which assesses the challenges facing local government and their responses to them, as well as looking at public opinion on the organizations capabilities. Here, we’ve pulled out four of the lessons we learnt from the report.

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