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  • Lloyds Banking Group wields axe to IT staff

    Lloyds Banking Group announces it is cutting IT jobs as part of a cost-cutting plan, which also sees 23 branches close ComputerWeekly: IT Management

    Posted at June 30, 2016 | By : | Categories : IT Management | Comments Off on Lloyds Banking Group wields axe to IT staff
  • New third party iOS 10 App Extensions designed to extend Siri, Maps in tandem

    Developers building support for their ride sharing apps to plug into iOS 10's Siri can be supported within Maps as well, thanks to integrated efforts between the two teams to share a mechanism for deciphering and responding to user intent, whether driven by voice or the multitouch interface. AppleInsider - Frontpage News

    Posted at June 30, 2016 | By : | Categories : Apple | Comments Off on New third party iOS 10 App Extensions designed to extend Siri, Maps in tandem
  • UK top for mobile broadband speed, says Akamai

    Akamai’s latest State of the Internet report says the average mobile broadband user in the UK can expect to get a service speed close to 30Mbps ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

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  • Windows 10’s big Anniversary Update will hit phones the same time as PCs

    Microsoft recently announced the Windows 10 Anniversary Update would roll out on Tuesday, August 2. But it was unclear what this meant for mobile devices as the company’s blog post seemed to be about PCs. Now, however, it looks like the official release date is for both PCs and mobile devices. Microsoft’s new Windows Insider chief Dona Sarkar recently confirmed via Twitter that the mobile release will also begin on ...

    Posted at June 30, 2016 | By : | Categories : Windows | Comments Off on Windows 10’s big Anniversary Update will hit phones the same time as PCs
  • Brexit: Cloud community mulls over implications for data protection regulation reform

    TechUK fears Brexit could see the UK lose its power to influence cloud regulations, while others say it could free the market from having to toe the EU line so closely ComputerWeekly: Internet technology

    Posted at June 30, 2016 | By : | Categories : Internet Technology | Comments Off on Brexit: Cloud community mulls over implications for data protection regulation reform
  • SMEs move into cyber criminals’ crosshairs

    The consequences of data breaches for small businesses are greater than ever, with data protection law becoming tougher just as SMEs are turning into a top target for cyber attackers ComputerWeekly: IT security

    Posted at June 30, 2016 | By : | Categories : IT Security | Comments Off on SMEs move into cyber criminals’ crosshairs
  • Australia’s National Broadband Network project up in the air

    As Australian voters go to the polls this weekend, the future of the country's National Broadband Network is up in the air ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

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  • Steam’s mobile app finally lands on Windows Phones

    Rejoice o’ ye forgotten gamers, or as most people would call us, "Steam gamers who have Windows phones." Valve has heard our entreaties and answered with an official Steam app for Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 10 Mobile. The new app went live last night; it's still so new that the app didn’t appear as a top result when searching for “Steam” on the Windows Store. Searching for “Valve Corporation,” ...

    Posted at June 30, 2016 | By : | Categories : Windows | Comments Off on Steam’s mobile app finally lands on Windows Phones
  • A one-size-fits-all blockchain just won’t do

    With manifold use cases and specific requirements for blockchains, businesses will have to choose the right variety rather than deploy a single ‘interoperable’ blockchain ComputerWeekly: IT security

    Posted at June 30, 2016 | By : | Categories : IT Security | Comments Off on A one-size-fits-all blockchain just won’t do
  • Single market and skills top TechUK’s post-Brexit action plan

    The tech industry group TechUK has set out a five-point plan, urging government to work with the IT sector in a post-Brexit UK ComputerWeekly: IT Management

    Posted at June 29, 2016 | By : | Categories : IT Management | Comments Off on Single market and skills top TechUK’s post-Brexit action plan
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