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Lloyds Bank to spend £3 billion on digital transformation just weeks after admitting IT department staff cuts
Lloyds claims it will become a 'more digitised' banking provider, despite cutting IT staff
Eerke Boiten, Professor of Cyber Security at De Montfort University, argues that extortion via GDPR fines is not a realistic addition to the criminal repetoire
Aecom's 'environment is too unique and difficult for cheap labour', insider warns as engineering giant's IT outsourcing mega-deal turns sour
Charity fundraiser, supported by Incisive Media and Investec Asset Management, beats world record for crossing the Atlantic - in a pedalo
Source close to the deal claims that the Aecom board are starting to realise the deal was a mistake, and that employees are being treated "like crap"
The EU's GDPR regulation is supposed to help focus business leaders' minds on security. But will it help cyber criminals more than CIOs and CISOs?
Amazon will take on global giants in the cut-throat, low-margin delivery business
The bank is cutting 1,000 staff from six different areas of business
The firm was hindered by waning storage systems
The outsourcing giant's profit warning is ringing alarm bells for public and private sector IT
'No intention to ban or suppress cryptocurrency market'
With just four months to go, firms will struggle to achieve compliance
Apple is benefiting from multi-billion-dollar tax break - while staff will receive $2,500 bonuses
Dropbox IPO has been a long time coming and would be the largest technology flotation since Snap
New stock offering called off, but mining hardware investment plans remain unchanged
Senators want a "thorough investigation" to determine the possibility of insider trading
Thierry Bedos, CTO of hotels.com, describes his priorities for the year ahead
The UC market continues to shrink while remaining the same size
Subscribers will be able to watch as if they're at home while travelling inside Europe
Ellison suggested only last month that Amazon and Salesforce will continue to rely on Oracle database technology for the foreseeable future
More than 90 per cent of the largest companies say that they are ready for the regulation, but few have taken the necessary steps
Moribund tea maker sees shares leap almost 300 per cent purely by adding "blockchain" to its name