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UK tech firms spend less, deliver more on training

Survey shows technology firms spend 46% of the national average on learning and development per employee, but deliver an above-average number of hours’ training

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CW@50: Bugs, blunders and bad practices

Computer Weekly’s arrival on 22 September 1966 reflected a growing global industry and the hopes for British computing

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Data breaches: Different regions, very different impacts

The cost, scrutiny and pressure of dealing with a data breach will become more apparent in the near future as European legislation takes effect

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Ofcom seems to have forgotten its remit, and actually that’s no surprise

Ofcom made the wrong choice by putting economists in charge, and is in danger of forgetting its remit, says Simon Rockman

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There is life in Finland’s IT sector despite Nokia and Microsoft layoffs

Regional development organisations in Finland describe how despite massive job cuts Nokia and Microsoft have provided the foundations for IT industry development.

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400 security events a second monitored on Olympics network

IT records as well as sporting records were set at the recent Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro

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Tools of the trade to drill into behavioural data

Data science toolkits enable organisations to extract, manipulate and interpret data to boost their business intelligence

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How Middle East CIOs can steer business strategy

The perception of the role of CIO at organisations in the Middle East is gradually shifting from back-end support to business enabler

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DWP digital experts brought in to help assess plans for Government Digital Service

The new GDS chief Kevin Cunnington has turned to his former DWP colleagues to help as he prepares his plans for the team

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Volvo joins forces with Uber for autonomous vehicle pilot

Self-driving Volvo cars will take to the streets of Pittsburgh as part of a test of autonomous technology spearheaded by ride-sharing firm Uber

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