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Data leakage in the cloud – can data truly be safe in the cloud?

As organisations store and process data in the cloud, there are increasing concerns from administrators, data owners and CISOs’ around the possibility of misconfiguration or mishaps that lead to sensitive data being leaked – particularly to public cloud services that fall outside of the intended geographic region. In 2019, Gartner predicted that by 2025, 90%…

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Proposed AI Bill scuppered by general election – so what comes next?

The Artificial Intelligence (Regulation) Bill that I introduced was making pleasing progress. I had managed to get the Bill through all House of Lords stages and it was teed up for its passage through the Commons, when, somewhat unexpectedly, on a rainy, otherwise unremarkable Wednesday last month, a General Election was called. A quick refresh…

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Can SAP Labs’ AI plan accelerate cloud migration?

Nestled in the sun-kissed hills of Provence, just north of Cannes and Antibes, is Sophia Antipolis, a renowned technology and science hub that is home to SAP subsidiary SAP Labs France. There are worse places to work. Surrounded by Aleppo pines and the odd palm, this modern building has been chosen to host the company’s…

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The future of business software will put users front and centre

The rise of cloud services and internet connectivity means that (almost) all business solutions are now software. Developers are fortunate to live in a time where there is a steady flow of new tools to support the creative development process. They empower engineers to experiment with ideas, which is ultimately a great thing for the…

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Michelle Donelan reaffirms UK’s commitment to AI safety

During her keynote speech at The Future of AI event in London, secretary of state for science, innovation and technology, Michelle Donelan, reaffirmed the UK’s principles-based approach to regulation. With generative AI (GenAI) driving disruption, the government hopes to unleash growth and prosperity across the country. It aims to put the UK at the forefront…

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Why the human factor is critical to ITOps success

If only fast IT operations (ITOps) was just about choosing the right tooling. Instead, as so often in IT, ensuring optimum software and services delivery that gets business results involves the solving of “people’ problems too. “There’s a big gap between what we see people do, and what we think they should do,” says Andy…

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Google Cloud sets up public sector-focused business division to trap more UK government business

Google Cloud is stepping up its efforts to court public sector IT buyers with the launch of a dedicated business division geared towards helping government departments and agencies use its tools to provide better-quality public services to UK citizens. The public cloud giant announced the division’s launch on the first day of its Google Cloud…

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Intel Shows Off Work on Next-Gen Glass Core Substrates, Plans Deployment Later in Decade

Although Intel’s annual Innovation event doesn’t kick off until tomorrow, the company is already publishing some announcements ahead of the show – and it’s not the trivial stuff, either. This morning the company is showing off their initial work on developing a glass core substrate and associated packaging process for their chips. As a result…

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Lessons Learned From Cyberpunk 2077’s Terrible Launch And Hands-On With Phantom Liberty

This feature originally appeared in issue 359 of Game Informer magazine The 2020 launch of Cyberpunk 2077 was terrible. Anticipation reached a point that no reasonable game could meet. Cyberpunk could have potentially grappled with those lofty expectations, but the major problem was its technical proficiency – or lack thereof. Despite the game getting good…

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