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6 Benefits of Progressive Web Apps

6 Benefits of Progressive Web Apps

Firstly we had the mobile website, then we had the mobile app, now we have the progressive web app – a technology that brings together the best of both. The benefits offered by progressive web apps mean they are becoming increasingly popular among leading online businesses and, in this post, we’ll explain what the benefits …

7 Ways to Ensure Robust Public Cloud Security

7 Ways to Ensure Robust Public Cloud Security

The benefits offered by the public cloud have led a deluge of organisations to adopt the technology over the last few years. With the availability of services such as SaaS, PaaS and IaaS and the ability to employ big data analysis, artificial intelligence and machine learning, it has become hugely popular, especially as it also …

6 Ways Businesses Can Benefit From Artificial Intelligence

6 Ways Businesses Can Benefit From Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the leading cloud technologies being adopted by businesses – and for good reason. It’s a tool that has valuable applications in many sectors, taking raw data and using it to automate processes, personalise experiences and make real-time decisions and predictions. Here, we’ll look at six ways businesses are benefitting …

State of the Art Cyber Defences You Might Not Know About

State of the Art Cyber Defences You Might Not Know About

Every year, organisations lose billions of pounds to cybercrime – and it’s a persistent and worsening problem. Out of this has arisen a highly sophisticated cyber-defence industry that is continually searching for more effective ways to prevent hackers from accessing systems and the data they store. Here, we’ll look at some of the newest defences …

New UK Proposals to Fine Websites for Online Harm

New UK Proposals to Fine Websites for Online Harm

Following Facebook owner, Mark Zuckerberg’s recent call for government regulation of the internet, the UK’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has responded by proposing new legislation that would fine and block websites which fail to tackle harmful content, such as child abuse or radicalisation. The DCMS is considering setting up an independent …