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UK adults carrying tech causes £25billion risk

Kroll Ontrack reveals that adults in the UK carry an average £490 worth of technology on them every day, putting themselves at risk of damaging or losing personal technology

Adolescents in front line of internet adoption

The United Nation’s (UN) ICT agency revealed global data showing that young people between the ages of 15-24 are at the front line of...

Cyber criminals ‘exploit’ blockchain’s popularity, says Kaspersky

Cyber criminals are looking for ways to capitalise the popularity of blockchain, while cryptocurrency holders search for new investment opportunities
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Software quality a priority for Bendigo and Adelaide Bank

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank is Australia's fifth-largest bank, with 520 branches serving more than 1.6 million customers, and more than AUS$68.6 billion in assets...
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Close Brothers predicts 2016 will be the year SMEs embrace digital technologies

According to a new study conducted in January 2016, SMEs (small to medium-sized enterprises) are viewing digital opportunities as a major priority for investment...

Financial inclusion for one billion people in developing markets

The total transaction value of mobile financial services in emerging markets (including domestic money transfers, deposits on loans, insurance products, and savings accounts) will...

IBM says blockchain could secure Canada’s cannabis sales

IBM says blockchain technology could provide a “secure way to track the legal sale of cannabis in Canada," as the country plans to legalise cannabis next year

UK tech firm Imagine sells for £550million to Chinese investment firm

UK technology firm, Imagination, is being bought for £550million by Chinese-backed investment firm, Canyon Bridge

Lloyds: cyberattacks pose huge threat to global economy

A global cyberattack could have similar affects as a natural disaster on the economy. According to a 56-page report called Counting the cost: Cyber exposure...
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Digital Native consumers putting pressure on banks

More competitors than ever are offering core services on innovative digital platforms, whilst banks are trailing behind due to ageing legacy systems. With the banks’...