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What’s new with Nuance Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13?

3 hours ago  by Simon Williams
What’s new with Nuance Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13?
NaturallySpeaking 13 has reached a point in its development where it really can be a plug-and-go application. Once installed, you should be able to speak directly to it and expect very few errors.

Thursday Threat Report: New banking malware Kronos, and a search engine for leaked passwords

3 hours ago  by Paul Cooper
Thursday Threat Report: New banking malware Kronos, and a search engine for leaked passwords
We round up the three biggest threats you need to be aware of this week, including the new banking malware you need to be worried about, and how to find out if your passwords have been leaked online.

Data Integration: The only true provision against cybercrime

4 hours ago  by Julie Lockner
Data Integration: The only true provision against cybercrime
Even previously well protected and "secure" industries such as the public sector have realised that they must take extra steps in order to secure their data. Here's how to do it.

How the cloud is the engine behind the growing Internet of Things

8 hours ago  by ITPP in association with HP
How the cloud is the engine behind the growing Internet of Things
The expanding Internet of Things (IoT) will see billions of devices transmitting and exchanging business data to aid the operations of organisations, and the cloud is set to play a key role in this.

Data retrieval puts a major strain on IT departments

8 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Data retrieval puts a major strain on IT departments
A new piece of research has found that big data is putting a big strain on IT teams in the UK and across Europe.

VMware cuts the ribbon on second UK data centre

23 Jul 2014  by Jamie Hinks
VMware cuts the ribbon on second UK data centre
Chessington, just south west of London, now has a data centre that provides extra capacity for its vCloud Hybrid Cloud service preferred by companies with UK data protection requirements.

IT budgets set to rise, but there’s no room for spending on recruitment

23 Jul 2014  by Darren Allan
IT budgets set to rise, but there’s no room for spending on recruitment
A new report from Spiceworks has revealed that businesses are spending IT budget on new tech to manage the likes of BYOD, rather than employing new staff members.

Enterprise app stores: Turning IT into rock stars, without that celebrity hangover

23 Jul 2014  by Vincent Smyth
Enterprise app stores: Turning IT into rock stars, without that celebrity hangover
Enterprise app stores can be a vehicle to make IT look great, getting applications to employees in an environment as intuitive and friendly as the consumer-based app stores they're already used to.

Can you protect your company data without inspecting SSL? Here's 5 steps to take control

22 Jul 2014  by Manoj Apte
Can you protect your company data without inspecting SSL? Here's 5 steps to take control
Many experts believe we’ve seen just a glimpse of the potential threat landscape devastation. So, what’s behind the headlines?

Study: 66% of UK enterprise internal apps remain untested against key security threats

22 Jul 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Study: 66% of UK enterprise internal apps remain untested against key security threats
Companies in the UK are spending an average of 21 per cent less than US firms on security programmes and two thirds aren’t testing apps against key vulnerabilities.

Workaholic Brits expose sensitive data by taking their devices with them on holiday

21 Jul 2014
Workaholic Brits expose sensitive data by taking their devices with them on holiday
By accessing open Wi-Fi and with no security in place on mobile devices, employees could endanger themselves and their companies' data while on holiday this summer.