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  • November 25, 2020 25 Nov'20

    Merger of national policing systems over budget and behind schedule

    UK government effort to replace legacy IT systems suffers further delays, and will not be fully completed until 2025 at the earliest

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  • November 25, 2020 25 Nov'20

    Rishi Sunak’s Spending Review pledges £100bn to transform the country’s infrastructure

    Chancellor’s spending promise includes more than £260m for programmes such as 5G testbeds, local full-fibre networks and the Shared Rural Network

  • November 25, 2020 25 Nov'20

    UK government Geospatial Commission stipulates actions to exploit location data

    Report outlines some actions public bodies and companies can take to make better economic use of location data

  • November 25, 2020 25 Nov'20

    Legacy tech adds to management headaches in dealing with new normal

    Concerns raised over post-Covid return to the office, with virtually all C-level leaders admitting to still using offline processes and significant numbers believing their company will prioritise business continuity over safety

  • November 25, 2020 25 Nov'20

    Securing UK’s critical national infrastructure is a 2021 priority

    Government outlines the UK’s strategic cyber security policies for the coming 12 months, with critical national infrastructure a clear priority

  • November 25, 2020 25 Nov'20

    NHSX to launch data strategy for health and social care

    Government sets out plans to ‘bust bureaucracy’ in the NHS, including implementing a new data strategy, consulting on changes to data collection legislation, and making progress on shared care records

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    A security operations center can help lessen the fallout of a data breach, but its business benefits go much further than that. ...

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    Finding the right server operating temperature can be tricky. ASHRAE standards provide guidance for all server classes and what ...

  • Hidden colocation cost drivers to look out for in 2021

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  • Ataccama automates data governance with Gen2 platform update

    Data management vendor Ataccama adds new automation features to its Gen2 platform to help organizations automatically discover ...

  • IBM to deliver refurbished Db2 for the AI and cloud era

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  • Fauna improves data API collaboration and security

    A database company founded by former Twitter engineers is pushing forward its vision of a way to consume database as a service ...

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