Friday, 20 October 2017

Mastercard launches its own blockchain payments network

What's in the latest Chrome update?

Transport Research Lab to run £13m autonomous vehicle trials in London

A consortium led by the Transport Research Lab has been awarded government funding to run connected and autonomous vehicle tests in the capital

from ComputerWeekly: All Computer Weekly Content http://www.computerweekly.com/news/450428635/Transport-Research-Lab-to-run-13m-autonomous-vehicle-trials-in-London

Two-thirds of businesses do not have skills to adopt AI

Despite the growth of artificial intelligence (AI), only a third of businesses say they have the necessary skills to adopt the technology

from ComputerWeekly: All Computer Weekly Content http://www.computerweekly.com/news/450428616/Two-thirds-of-businesses-do-not-have-skills-to-adopt-AI

HPE bets on hybrid IT to combat public cloud

HPE is re-engineering its business to focus on hybrid clouds powered by its recent ProLiant Azure Stack server. We assess the strategy

from ComputerWeekly: All Computer Weekly Content http://www.computerweekly.com/news/450428607/HPE-bets-on-hybrid-IT-to-combat-public-cloud

Mobile networks accused of overcharging loyal customers

EE, Three and Vodafone are continuing to charge customers for their smartphones after the devices have been paid off, according to a new report

from ComputerWeekly: All Computer Weekly Content http://www.computerweekly.com/news/450428605/Mobile-networks-accused-of-overcharging-loyal-customers

More than 40% of marketers feel their business is not ready for GDPR, report finds

With GDPR coming into force next year, research has found that more than 40% of marketers feel their organisation is not ready for the upcoming changes

from ComputerWeekly: All Computer Weekly Content http://www.computerweekly.com/news/450428606/More-than-40-of-marketers-feel-their-business-is-not-ready-for-GDPR-report-finds