Skyhigh has produced a new European Cloud Adoption and Risk Report which highlights fresh security and data protection concerns when it comes to cloud services.
Businesses will leak the majority of that cash – almost two-thirds of it – but UK consumers are also to blame for their lack of understanding when it comes to smart tech.
The founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, has been described as sounding “like someone was stepping on his face” after conducting a 30 minute interview session in Mandarin Chinese.
The redesign is expected to launch officially next month, with the latest internal screenshots indicating it will push digital magazines and focus on more of a mobile-first approach.
Following its third-quarter financial report, the firm announced that it would take the charge, as its flagship smartphone continues to struggle in terms of sales.
In case you were trekking through the Appalachian mountains last week, TechCrunch Disrupt Europe 2014 took place in London and provided an invaluable forum for technology startups.
The sapphire glass manufacturer, which filed for bankruptcy earlier this month, has officially announced its settlement with Apple, but will continue to research sapphire glass production.
Amazon has revealed that the launch of the Fire Phone has not gone as expected, and that the company will have to take a £105m charge.
The platform, which launched back in August, has also become a Public Benefit Corporation, meaning that its promise to never display advertising must be kept even if purchased.
Revenue hit $23 billion, an increase of a quarter, although profits dipped due to major integration and restructuring expenses.
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