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CaixaBank deploys tablet PCs across retail banking to improve account management Spanish bank now provides its account managers with a mobile terminal, enabling them to access core account management systems from anywhere

Scottish community broadband network gets funding to expand The Locheilnet community wireless broadband scheme has been awarded funding to upgrade its core infrastructure and target new customers

What's behind Google Hire? Google Hire is the latest move by the internet search giant to expand its reach. We investigate the implications

Destruction of service attacks an existential threat to business, says Cisco Security threats and attacks against the network are set to become far more destructive, according to Cisco’s mid-year security report

Azure propels Microsoft intelligent cloud earnings Microsoft's hybrid approach to cloud computing is starting to pay dividends, as the company's Q4 2017 financial results show

Research from Ponemon Institute highlights lack of confidence in public sector IT IT decision makers in the public sector say they struggle with IT operations, reveals study by the Ponemon Institute

CIO interview: Marc Roberts, CTO, HiyaCar The CTO at a company that is disrupting the car rental sector tells Computer Weekly about some of his major projects

Bank to help youngsters manage money through video blogs Halifax is working with young vloggers to educate children on money management

Government confirms tech experts advising on digital economy Experts from across UK technology sector will help government implement digital economy policies

Lords to probe ethics of artificial intelligence The House of Lords Select Committee on artificial intelligence has issued a call for evidence as it looks into the ethical, social and economic impact of the technology

Security Serious Week summit goes virtual The third annual Security Serious Week in October 2017 will feature an entirely virtual conference, accessible to anyone who is online

Devil’s Ivy a call to action on IoT security The discovery of a security flaw in an open source third-party code library that could allow attackers to access and hijack devices underlines the need for a greater focus IoT security, say experts

SAP Q2 2017 results: cloud revenue €932m, 500 new S/4 customers SAP’s second-quarter revenue of €5.78bn included €932m for cloud subscription and support – 16% of the total – while new S/4 Hana customers included Centrica and Google

Retail data breaches still high as GDPR deadline looms As the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation compliance deadline approaches, retail data breaches remain unacceptably high, a data threat report reveals

TSB to introduce iris scan authentication in September 2017 TSB customers will soon be able to access their mobile bank accounts through iris scanning, which is regarded as the most secure biometric authentication available

How to use threat intelligence in your business Threat intelligence can be very handy, but just how useful and appropriate it will be depends largely on the security maturity of an organisation

Blockchain no longer held to ransom as business adoption increases The blockchain digital ledger technology that came to prominence with bitcoin is beginning to find uses in and beyond finance, including for urban cycling scheme Buzzbike

NHS Digital told it 'needs to do better' after critical review Internal review highlighted areas where NHS Digital must improve to support plans for digital healthcare services

Citadel malware developer jailed A Russian man believed to be one of the developers of the Citadel malware used to steal millions by infecting around 11 million computers around the world

IBM confirms opening of two further UK datacentres Big Blue is making good on its pledge to triple the size of its UK cloud datacentre capacity by opening two sites in London