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The woman who redefined how banks work with startups

Israel is home to around 8.4 million people and some 4,600 startups, according to a global report by India’s National Association of Software and Services Cos. and the consulting firm Zinnov. Yifat Oron, the CEO of Israeli Bank Leumi’s subsidiary LeumiTech, estimates there could actually be more than 6,000 startups in Israel. No matter how […]

GE introduces the Digital Industrial Evolution Index

GE has presented a new study at its Minds + Machines conference that highlights the growing gap between management expectations and corporate realities in terms of digital transformation. The survey of IT and operations executives shows that companies see the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) as a significant opportunity for new growth and competitiveness – […]

Germany breaks solar record and gets 85% of electricity from renewables

Coal-fired power stations in Germany have been on the grid as never before in recent history: From 3pm until 4pm on April 30th, they only worked with a capacity of just under 8 gigawatts. The coal-fired power plants had been shut down to 1.8 gigawatts, while lignite-fired power plants still supplied about 6.2 gigawatts. Nuclear […]

Some higher education CIOs expect business model change

Higher education CIOs recognise that key organisational priorities are enrolment and student success, but fail to show innovation with regard to the top technologies required to differentiate themselves and win, according to a survey from Gartner, Inc. Yet, a majority of respondents (59 percent) think there will be significant business model change due to digital […]

Key Reinstallation Attacks (KRACK): The impact so far

A series of high-severity vulnerabilities affecting the Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2) protocol were disclosed. Security researchers have developed a proof of concept (POC) demonstration, dubbed “KRACK”, and a dedicated website through which further details are likely to be released. An advisory was distributed by the US CERT to a select number of unidentified organisations […]

The 5 most common router attacks on a network

Unfortunately, router attacks cannot be 100 percent prevented, but there are a few things that you can be doing to prevent one of the most common router attacks from occurring on your system and network. Large organisations are vulnerable to widespread attacks, with come being malicious and some carried out simply to prove a point. […]

Building an office: 5 IT services you’re going to need

So you’re planning to start building an office. Before you get stuck in, there are a few things that you need to consider first… it’s the best way to make sure that you cover all of your bases. If you do want to build your own workspace – answer these questions first: Is it for […]

IT systems needed in every school

Every school relies on teaching in the modern era; this typically includes a host of modern software and hardware. However, not every school in the UK is equipped with the latest technology that allows them to take teaching in 2017 to a whole new level. If you’re a school network manager or head of IT, […]

Decisions are made in the cloud, now we must act

Late in 2017, the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, announced plans to appoint a Chief Digital Officer tasked with making London the world’s leading smart city. Khan referenced how technology is being used to enable organisations to make faster, better decisions, and the truth is that most of that decision making process is taking place […]

Digital trust in the IoT era

As we use more and more connected devices and more and more of our day is filled with digital experiences, both personally and professionally, Digital Trust becomes key. This is due to so much data being created by those experiences, to improve those experiences, but also monetise those experiences. Having consumer trust in personal data […]

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