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Microsoft to hire autistic software testers

Microsoft has announced plans to recruit staff with Asperger’s Syndrome and other autistic spectrum disorders. In a blog post on 3 April, Corporate Vice-President...
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22 Apr 2016: This week’s highlighted articles 

Retail sector at high risk of being targeted by cybercriminals  New research has shown that cybercriminals are redirecting their focus from the financial sector to...

NHS remains ‘highly vulnerable’ to future threats, says report

Health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has been asked to take “urgent” action to prevent another cyber attack on the NHS after a report revealed a string of health services failing in digital security

Staying Ahead of the Game: The Future of Innovation

Siva Ganesan, Vice President and Global Head of Assurance Services, Tata Consultancy Services, gives insight on the complete reimagination of the assurance space and...

Scottish hospital trials IoT to monitor NHS beds

NHS Highland's Caithness General Hospital in Scotland trials IoT technology to monitor medical beds
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UK government launches new attempt at a paperless NHS service

In a recent speech to the Policy Exchange, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said that patients should have compatible digital records so their health information can...

NHS Spine 2 delivery project wins at the 2015 European Software Testing Awards

IT and business consultancy BJSS, has been awarded the Best Testing Project in the Public Sector at the 2015 European Software Testing Awards. The...

In-game wearable technology in NFL shows how smart clothing will affect future sports viewing

The American National Football League is capitalising on in-game wearable technology to enhance spectators’ and viewers’ experiences, with more leagues to follow, according to...

Experts argue need for urgent overhaul of 999 services

Published 6 August 2015, Ofcom’s ‘Communications Market Report’ discloses that smartphones have become the hub of UK citizens’ daily lives. Now technology experts are arguing...

Are professional services firms a soft route to the hackers’ real target?

Ian Kilpatrick, Chairman at Wick Hill Group, argues hackers may selectively target professional services organisations. All companies today are at risk from a successful attack...