The AI & ML Awards separate the great from the good. Does your company have what it takes?
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Strategy and tactics to fend off evolving threats
Entries for the UK's largest and most glamorous technology event close on the 5th July, so get in while you can
60 per cent of UK firms are concerned about upcoming threats, but 10 per cent say that they are not worried
Computing research shows that more than 30 per cent of UK firms confirm multiple security incidents targeting them every week
Proactively looking for cyber threats is a continuous process 'that should become part of the security team's DNA'
Security teams lack the resources and time to proactively search for threats
The skills gap, investments and business culture are all potential barriers that stand in the way of success
But more than half are keen to pursue it anyway
Market changes, process needs and the opportunities provided by new knowledge prompt innovation
Businesses accept that fewer vendor simplifies IT, but does it actually have a positive effect on security? Research says, 'Not really'
Lack of digital skills - at least partly the result of complex business practices - is the single biggest blocker to automation
Innovation is critical to survival, but is often relegated to R&D or data science teams instead of being a whole-business process
The demand for digital is well and truly entrenched, and we are recognising the best of the best
Almost 60 per cent of UK firms identified the need to modernise as a reason to automate business processes
More than a third of our respondents lacked confidence in their organisation's ability to innovate
23 per cent of firms say that they use little to no automation, but that is set to change soon
Microsoft dips a toe into the personal information economy
Hack has been under investigation since October, but staff only told now
Facebook has 'work to do to regain people's trust' concedes privacy director
Introducing VideoProc, a new video processing toolkit
Watch this upcoming web seminar from Logicalis to find out how to put AI into practice within your organisation
Attackers often target superuser accounts with access to data and systems - how do you protect them?
Cloud deployments do not always live up to expectations, join us to discuss how to make it work
Documents allegedly contain email conversations about privacy controls that led to the Cambridge Analytica scandal
The price for robotic process automation solutions will fall by as much as 15 per cent this year
The Women in IT Forum covers diversity, education, thought leadership and sexism
Councils have budgets of millions of pounds to secure skilled IT staff
Artificial intelligence is often confused with automation, but they are separate and distinct solutions to a common problem
Some customers have reported a loss of funds from their accounts
Who made it big on the night?
Recognising the very best of the security industry
Beats expectations thanks to demand for Ryzen processors and Radeon graphics cards
Hadoop is powerful, but don't make a mountain out of a molehill when it comes to data
Viewing campaign analytics quickly was essential to assessing their impact
Data is both battleground and weapon
Book your place now to see who is leading digital
IT leaders who work with data are more likely to see the value in AI
With a new entry process and votes cast by our readers, the Technology Product Awards are unlike any other
Microsoft customers believe that they are always protected; the truth is much more varied
Digital is more than just a buzzword, it's the foundation for many organisations strategies today. Watch the Automation Logic video for a fresh perspective on the evolution and impact of automation and how it truly can be a force for positive change
Are you a cloud leader?
Combining systems should lower response times
IBM launched its new Cloud Object Storage services at its THINK conference
New branch prediction processor attack found affecting computer CPUs
The North of England is turning into a technology hub
The system can be deployed 'in minutes', says IBM