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    1. 10 upgrades the Industrial Internet of Things needs

      10 upgrades the Industrial Internet of Things needs

      Whether you call it the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Industry 4.0 or machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity, there’s a trend that’s impossible to ignore: the manufacturing sector is getting connected, and fast. With slow economic growth and a volatile global market, competition is increasing and a thirst among industry for assets connected by wireless or wired networks will create an IIoT that will dwarf the consumer IoT.

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    2. The best cybersecurity products and solutions for businesses

      The best cybersecurity products and solutions for businesses

      In an interconnected age where so much data is available, businesses are increasingly being targeted and compromised by cybercriminals. According to government findings, 90% of large and 74% of small firms reported a breach in 2014.

      And within the last few years, as technology has advanced and become more accessible to companies, threat levels have only increased. A report published by CYREN claims that cyber-attacks on businesses have grown by 144% over a four-year period.

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    3. How the IoT is creating 'precision farming'

      How the IoT is creating 'precision farming'

      Moo-ve over, runners and joggers – you're not the only ones who are wearing a Fitbit, Jawbone or the Vivofit. Fujitsu has come up with its 'Akisai' cloud for agribusiness, of which the centrepiece is undoubtedly the connected cow.

      When cows are in heat, they walk more, so by attaching pedometers to them farmers can identify which ones are ready for breeding.

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    4. The biggest security threat to a business is also its biggest asset

      The biggest security threat to a business is also its biggest asset

      Never mind software vulnerabilities, your company network is far more likely to be breached due to a slipup made by a staff member, a new report has reminded us.

      This particular piece of research has been published by security outfit Praetorian, and it encompassed some 100 penetration tests and 450 real-life attacks, finding that the most prevalent attack vector was that of exploiting either weak or phished employee passwords.

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    5. Apple could benefit from Windows 10 privacy nightmare

      Apple could benefit from Windows 10 privacy nightmare

      Remember a couple of weeks back when Windows 10 was blasted for collecting "excessive data" by French regulatory body the CNIL? Well apparently this is making more people mull over switching away from Windows to OS X (or macOS as it will soon be).

      At least, according to a recent UK survey commissioned by Comparitech.com (and carried out by OnePoll), 67% of Windows users would "at least consider" making the move to a Mac due to privacy worries.

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    6. One of the biggest free antivirus makers just got bought for £1bn

      One of the biggest free antivirus makers just got bought for £1bn

      We've seen a major move in the antivirus world this morning, as Avast has acquired AVG for the princely sum of $1.3 billion (around £1 billion, AU$1.7 billion).

      Both companies were founded in the Czech Republic and are famous for their freebie antivirus offerings – with the obvious expectation being that Avast will be able to strengthen its protection due to bringing AVG's expertise on board.

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    7. In Depth: How our 5G network future is really shaping up

      In Depth: How our 5G network future is really shaping up

      Our Gs are leveling up, folks. You may be reading this on a device connected to 3G, but whether you have 4G in your area or not, our 5G network future is well and truly underway.

      Just recently the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) laid out its plans for 5G and its deployment, with the agency's first step being to designate certain radio wavelengths to the new standard. What happens after that?

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    8. 6 Emerging Cloud Services Every Business Needs To Know About

      6 Emerging Cloud Services Every Business Needs To Know About

      Keeping track of developments in the cloud can be a challenge and a half. Services seem to appear on the horizon without much fanfare, then glide overhead. Some seem to morph over time, becoming more of an enterprise tool or sashaying into the consumer market. It's also hard to know which ones actually add business value to your organisation, or are just a new offering.

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    9. There's a 'perfect storm' at the heart of big data

      There's a 'perfect storm' at the heart of big data

      The personalisation revolution is in full swing. Mass advertising is dead… almost. There may still be plenty of commercials aimed at anyone who happens to be watching TV, but increasingly we all have our own digital channels.

      From the 'personalised experience' you get on retail websites to the 'suggested posts' on Facebook and the adverts for something you once searched for in Google tracking you around the internet, the web is getting savvy to what individuals want.

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