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Why the humble USB stick could be your organisation's biggest security flaw http://ow.ly/RGG55
Moving data securely and reliably to ;support critical business processes has never been more important - and challenging
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How Iranian hackers blew a hole in Gmail's two-step verification http://ow.ly/RGqNe
Gmail hackers have learnt how to trick users into revealing their security codes, before gaining access in real time ;
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The world of digital assistants - why everyday AI apps will make up the IoT http://ow.ly/RGbjU
The evolution of digital assistants is set to take the Internet of Things (IoT) to a new level
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In the midst of economic turmoil and political scandal in Brazil, a burgeoning startup mentality for technology-driven transformation is creating new opportunities for growth and prosperity ;
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How to ease the pain of third-party assessments http://ow.ly/RCPNU
Companies can survive multiple assessment requests from third-party partners with these simple steps
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How financial services can become more like startups http://ow.ly/RCG9v
The huge growth in mobile and digital banking is reshaping customer attitudes to banking - so banks must embrace the 'lean and agile' methodology and start behaving more like startups
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Risk managers need to create a ‘babel fish for business’ that will make the concept of cyber security more intelligible to the C-suite

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Risk managers need to do to create a ‘babel fish for business’ that will make the concept of cyber security more intelligible to the C-suite
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The public sector needs a customer revolution to understand its citizens' needs and be best equipped to serve them

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The public sector needs a customer revolution because only then will the industry truly understand the needs of its citizens and be best equipped to serve them
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How private cloud data is being used to catch criminals http://ow.ly/RG7eZ
Law enforcement agencies are faced with unique challenges when obtaining and analysing forensic evidence from the private cloud ; ;
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The true cost of migrating bad data: why you can't afford not to profile your data before importing http://ow.ly/RDEgj
For most companies, migrating to a new system is ;costly, but well planned data management can alleviate many unexpected issues ;
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Continuous monitoring vs Black Hat hackers – which should you rely on to identify web security issues? http://ow.ly/RCKbz
Is continuous monitoring for new vulnerabilities and configuration flaws enough to mitigate cyber security threats?
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What kind of data centres will support cities in the race to get smart? http://ow.ly/RCC12
City planners will need to invest in purpose-built data centres to take the idea of smart cities from concept to reality
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Information Age, since its launch in 1995, has focused exclusively on the strategies and technologies involved in maximising business performance through effective information and technology management.

Articles and features cover the following channels: Business Applications - Comms & Networking - Data Centre & IT Infrastructure - Information Management - IT Services - Security & Continuity - Development & Integration - Management & Skills - The Cloud and Virtualization.

Information Age has spun out its successful formula into large-scale IT conferences, one-day seminars, private lunches and research, both online and offline.  

Information Age has become a specialist in creating trusted environments to connect business with providers of information technology products and services – in print, online, in person. If you are interested in becoming involved as a partner in any Information Age activities, please contact the team.

Information Age was owned by Infoconomy, a London-based company established in 2000 with private equity funding. In 2001, Infoconomy was the PPA’s (Periodical Publishers Association's) Publisher of the Year. In late 2007, Infoconomy was acquired by Vitesse Media Plc, a fast-growing media company quoted on AIM, touching 1.2 million business people in UK Plc every month, through its five print publications, 16 websites, 70+ events and award-winning research. The acquisition by Vitesse Media of Infoconomy delivered deep information technology expertise, on both the user and supplier sides, creating access to the top end of UK business for Vitesse content.