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5 Interview Questions To Determine Whether the Candidate Shares Your Company’s Core Values

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When Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos, was just out of college, he sold his first company to Microsoft for $265 million. But for him, the sale wasn’t about money—he was actually most concerned about the company culture he had created. “I I just didn’t look forward to going to the office.

4 Ways AI Will Improve the Way You Work

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When AI springs to mind, you can’t help but think of the endless possibilities it could bring. With machine learning, robotics, and more, breaking new grounds year after year. It’s exciting to think where we could be by 2030.

Beware fake Meltdown and Spectre patches

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Security experts have warned that cyber attackers will be quick to use the Meltdown and Spectre exploits, but the first attempt to capitalise on them has come in the form of fake updates

29 Entrepreneurs Explain How They Came Up With Their Business Name

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The idea of exactly what your business is going to usually come first. Secondly, most often, is giving a title to your idea. What exactly is going to be the name of your business? Some people turn to their childhood for inspiration or a beloved family pet.

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DevOps in the public sector: Assessing the challenges and the benefits

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Public sector IT leaders trying to transform the way their organisation works using DevOps talk about the challenges they face

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The legal quagmire of creativity in artificial intelligence

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AI holds the promise to solve problems beyond the scope of human imagination. But if an AI can create, who owns its work

Highlights From a Year of Tracking Future Trends in Education

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If we look back on 2017 in educational technology, some of the biggest surprises were political and cultural. The first is the spread of free public-university tuition programs in American cities and states. I suspect the spark for them was Bernie Sanders’ proposal during the 2016 presidential campaign, as that clearly resonated with many voters, especially younger ones, and was soon revised and taken up by Hillary Clinton’s team.

Enterprises urged to embrace public cloud after latest technology innovations

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Due to the latest technology innovations in public cloud by the major providers, IDC has underlined the importance of this infrastructure

Top 10 cyber crime stories of 2017

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Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 cyber crime stories of 2017

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CES 2018: Pizza Hut to test autonomous delivery vehicle

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At CES 2018, underway in Las Vegas, Pizza Hut and Toyota announce a partnership to develop an autonomous pizza delivery service

Robots will create more jobs than they eradicate by 2020

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Artificial intelligence technology will begin to create more jobs than it replaces, says Gartner

GDPR could ramp up cyber extortion demands, warns researcher

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The ransom demanded for stolen or encrypted data is likely to rise after the General Data Protection Regulation compliance deadline in May 2018, according to a cyber security researcher

Cyber attacks in 2017 drive Nordic security efforts

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The volume of cyber attacks last year has increased boardroom focus on security in the Nordic region

Max Schrems champions NGO to fight for GDPR rights

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Privacy activist whose legal challenge of Facebook led to the scrapping of the Safe Harbour Agreement says crowdfunding a new type of non-government organisation is essential to deliver privacy rights

Dream machines: how IT is changing the world of neuroscience

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We talk to computer scientist and entrepreneur Jamil El Imad about the cutting-edge intersection of neuroscience and IT

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UK intelligence agencies ‘unlawfully’ sharing sensitive personal data, court hears

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Intelligence agencies are “unlawfully” sharing huge datasets containing sensitive information about the population with industry, government departments and overseas intelligence services, a court will hear this week

Why GDPR is great for SMEs

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SME laggards facing potential fines for non-compliance should wake up and smell the tasty carrot of a leaner, smarter business post-GDPR

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Researchers warn of new support scam malware

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Security researchers have identified a new strain of support scam malware and a way of clearing up infected machines

IR35 reforms: Consultation on private sector roll-out confirmed in Autumn Budget 2017

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The government has confirmed it is preparing to consult on whether or not to roll out the controversial IR35 tax avoidance reforms to the private sector

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Cloud culture calls for flexible networks

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Cloud-based workloads demand more flexibility, so how can businesses rethink their WAN strategies to accommodate this

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In the know: how a digital workspace can drive innovation

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In a digital world, engaged employees can support innovation using a new generation of tools that leverage behavioural science and more

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Spanish authorities ready roads for autonomous vehicles

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Spain’s Directorate General of Traffic has selected Mobileye technology to develop vision and data analysis for driver assistance and autonomous vehicles

Executive interview: Antonio Neri, HPE

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We speak to the man taking over from Meg Whitman as CEO of HPE about how he will continue the company's turnaround

Cisco collaborates with startup for AI health and safety trial

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Cisco is to work with artificial intelligence startup Cortexica in an Innovate UK-funded project to improve physical safety in the workplace

Cyber security a business necessity

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Cyber security is a business necessity, according to the T-Mobile security chief in Poland

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Cyber security skills shortage can be addressed, says (ISC)2

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The shortage of cyber security skills can be addressed, starting with training anyone who is unemployed, according to information security professional training and certification body (ISC)2

IoT botnet DDoS attacks predicted after exploit code published

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Security researchers are urging businesses to ensure they are prepared for large-scale DDoS attacks following the online publication of code to exploit a vulnerability in Huawei HG532 routers

Business needs to reduce cyber threat to payment card data

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Cardholder data is a prime target for cyber criminals, and that is only likely to increase in the coming year, according to a cloud-based secure payments firm

Demand for cloud-enabling infrastructure products soared in 2017, IDC research shows

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IDC's latest cloud IT infrastructure market tracker shows the demand for public and private cloud-enabling servers, storage and Ethernet switches is showing no signs of slowing

Budget 2017: TechUK demands datacentre energy reform to stop post-Brexit market slump

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TechUK airs fears over long-term growth and prosperity of UK datacentre market post-Brexit, without urgent government help on rising energy costs

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Bad Rabbit malware raises fears of third global ransomware attack

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A ransomware attack that has commonalities with WannaCry NotPeya is reportedly hitting organisations in Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, Bulgaria and Germany

How to futureproof your career as a CIO

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Many CIOs have yet to earn the right to be on the board. How can IT leaders upgrade their business acumen, to benefit their own careers and the health of their employer

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More than one million new phishing sites created each month

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Phishing attacks continue to increase in volume and sophistication, according to researchers at security firm Webroot