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Surface Pro LTE release date is still on track for 2017, Microsoft says

If you’re holding out for an LTE version of the new Surface Pro, don’t lose hope just yet. Microsoft has issued a statement correcting its own apparent mistake that spurred reports of a Spring 2018 release date for the Surface…

Mac mini still important to Apple, says Tim Cook

It’s been over three years since the Mac mini was last refreshed, leading some folks to wonder if Apple has forgotten about the compact computer, but apparently that isn’t the case, at least according to Tim Cook (and as Apple…

NRF 2017: The key to success is not taking yourself too seriously, says Richard Branson

Serial entrepreneur and Virgin Group founder Richard Branson tells the audience at NRF 2017 to fail fast, pay it forward and to stop taking themselves so seriously ... ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Tim Cook says we can expect more great desktop Macs in the future

Good news Mac fans: Apple CEO Tim Cook has said the company has no plans to leave the desktop business. When Apple debuted its new line of Macbook Pros earlier this year, many of its consumers looked past the new laptops, wondering whether…

Ofcom says 5% of UK properties still lack sufficient broadband access

Ofcom’s Connected Nations report highlights improvements in broadband speed and connectivity across the UK, as well as areas that are still ripe for improvement... ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

TalkTalk bouncing back a year on from cyber attack, says CEO

A year after a major data security breach laid waste to its reputation, TalkTalk boss Dido Harding says things are turning around... ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

No endgame for cyber security, says Mikko Hypponen

Two of the most valuable lessons in cyber security are to know your enemy and not to rely on users to be secure, according to industry veteran Mikko Hypponen ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Intelligence agencies collected personal data unlawfully for a decade, says IPT

UK intelligence agencies have been collecting communications data on the population without adequate oversight for a decade, according to the Investigatory Powers Tribunal ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Security industry failing users, says behaviour expert

The information security community is failing to educate users in a way that helps then understand cyber threats and change their behaviour, according to consultant Jessica Barker ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Terror groups likely to be first to unleash cyber weapons, says Eugene Kaspersky

Terror groups are more likely than nation states to unleash cyber weapons and critical infrastructure is the most likely target, warns Kaspersky Lab chief ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

IoT security threat is real, says researcher

The security threat posed by IoT devices is not hype, says security researcher James Lyne ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Time to move on with social engineering training, says Jenny Radcliffe

Organisations need to move from awareness of the risk of social engineering to empowering employees to understand and recognise the threat to protect themselves and the company, says Jenny Radcliffe ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News