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Thursday December 14, 2017. 01:15 PM
With GDPR coming into effect in may 2018, the complex requirements of the legislation may leave many companies struggling to comply. Enterprise file service platform FileCloud is adding new features to its platform to deliver compliance support for organizations using...
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Commish 'forced' to invoke statutory powers with 'difficult' organisations UKIP has appealed to the information tribunal after the Information Commissioner's Office ordered it to hand over details about its use of data analytics during the Brexit campaign.…
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3D printing is a hot trend. You can make almost anything and it’s becoming more accessible all the time. One thing that’s still hard to 3D print is food. While there are some […] The post Cocoa Press is a DIY Chocolate 3D Printer appeared first on Geek.com.
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The future is female: BBC this week unveiled a new collection of Doctor Who stories—written by and about women. “The Day She Saved The Doctor” features four modern companions*, as composed by four […] The post ‘Doctor Who’ Collection Features Stories About Women, By Women...
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Current voting patterns in the South are related to ancient sea creatures. Yes, really.
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There are still a lot of superb holiday tech deals left for 2017, from audio and phones to gaming and TV.
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Tech's too 'fast moving' for framework, but not for slurping your face The Home Office has admitted the UK’s biometrics strategy won't be published until next year, as MPs slam an 'unacceptable' delay of more than five years.…
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Microsoft's new Azure Bot Service and Language Understanding service can help developers create enterprise-grade AI chatbots.
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Nearly all (94 percent) device makers have invested in software development in the past five years, and 88 percent believe the internet of things is driving growth within the manufacturing industry.
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Adventures in on-premises hyperscale rackland Analysis Composable infrastructure startup DriveScale believes composability is not primarily about hardware. Its CEO told us: 'Hardware doesn’t drive software any more' and 'SoCs are everywhere now', so 'use the network as...
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Groups plan to contest the FCC decision's to repeal net neutrality rules.
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The man trying to build tunnels around the country is awfully unimpressed by the basic concept of shared, mass transportation
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China is taking the idea of a credit score to the extreme, using big data to track and rank what you do—your purchases, your pastimes, your mistakes.
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You say you're not into us. Let's 'dialogue' over dinner Dutch security biz Gemalto has spurned outsourcing giant Atos' unsolicited offer of a €4.3bn (£3.79bn) buyout describing the proposal as 'opportunistic'.…
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While 2017 saw enhancements in defenses -- such as the use of artificial intelligence -- it also demonstrated that cyber criminals continue to find their way around defensive measures with new evasion techniques. Anti-evasion software specialist Minerva Labs has released its ...
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gollum123 shares a report from BBC: 'Rousing.' 'Thrilling.' 'Addictively bold.' Just a few of the superlatives the critics are using to describe the latest film in the Star Wars saga. The Last Jedi, writes the Telegraph, is 'enormous fun' and 'will leave fans beaming with...
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You guys OK with paper print-outs for the next eight months? EE Business Broadband customers will have to make do with old-fashioned paper print-outs for the next eight months because the UK firm's online portal is down.…
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Walking in a storage wonderland – the top 10 news stories of the year Analysis It's been a crazy storage news year with a furious blitz of announcements and events, some of which stand out more than others.…
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You won't believe this but it's a mess Despite having been repeatedly criticized for abusing his position amid the suspension of a patent judge, the president of the European Patent Office (EPO) is seemingly still using the organization's secretive nature to influence the...
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Accenture is among 12 companies that will deliver a range of services to help enterprises run workloads on Google Cloud.
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