12 Jan Europe is getting serious about supercomputers
10 Jan The operatives are giving way to the visionaries
5 Jan And you thought a groaning inbox was the worst to greet you after the holidays
22 Dec Looking back at the TechBeat series for 2017
15 Dec Concerns were for hacking inside the pipes, now fears arise for the pipes themselves
1 Dec Until you know what you have, you can't hope to know how much you have to do
17 Nov The full implications of cryptocurrencies for security are only just emerging
10 Nov Violations, abuses and screw ups dominated the public PSC debate, but no credible alternative was offered
3 Nov Why is data encryption so rarely used in enterprise?
27 Oct Does autonomy for applications take control from the administrator, and does it matter?
13 Oct Concepts rarely hit the road as they are shown, and that may not be all that bad
22 Sep Why do we still struggle for effective communication between the business, IT and the C Suite?
15 Sep As earnings grow, focus will follow on cloud and its revenues
8 Sep Storms causing concern are not limited to the Caribbean
1 Sep Once again, a good idea badly implemented and poorly communicated rears its head in Irish public services
25 Aug From the obvious to the welcome, there's a lot going on right now
18 Aug New report shows rise in phishing and related activity, but ‘sophisticated’ interpretations fail
3 Aug Ransomware or cyberweapon? There is some argument over the nature of the recent NotPetya outbreak
21 Jul The industry is falling into old habits, and faced with unknowable risks
30 Jun With a perfect storm of failure waiting, it cannot be either or when it comes to the Internet of Things
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