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Toy box: The best tech of 2021

Peter Griffin. 16 December 2021, 12:22 pm

Even a global computer-chip shortage couldn't halt the flood of shiny new gadgets this year. Here are 10 of the best that I was able to lay my hands on in 2021.

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Action stations: How to deal with the Log4j vulnerability exploit

By Eleanor Barlow, Priyanka Agarwal, Swapnill Bhosale and Chris Cheyne. 14 December 2021, 9:28 am

The Log4J vulnerability is a security nightmare. Here is how to deal with it.

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Log4J: When your tools turn against you

By Peter Membrey. 13 December 2021, 9:56 am

Organisations around the world are scrambling to address the Log4J vulnerability, which IT security experts suggest could be the most serious exploit uncovered in the last decade.

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From deep fakes to crypto scams - six cybersecurity predictions for 2022

Peter Griffin. 07 December 2021, 9:07 am

As we approach the holiday season, it is worth remembering that hackers never sleep.

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IDC: Big jump in software spending this year

Peter Griffin. 25 November 2021, 9:02 am

The pivot to working from home and strong uptake of cloud computing and artificial intelligence platforms led to a 20.4% jump in software spending this year.

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Griffin on Tech: A win for the right-to-repair movement

Peter Griffin. 19 November 2021, 11:42 am

Apple will give iPhone and Mac users the tools and parts to repair their own devices in the first big move among electronics makers to give consumers back some control.

Peter Griffin gives the lowd…

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Encryption keys can be stolen from Intel processors

Peter Membrey. 18 November 2021, 8:36 am

Intel is once again in the spotlight this week after announcing a security flaw in a number of their computer processors. Peter Membrey unpacks what it means.

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Who are the country's top IT leaders?

Peter Griffin. 28 October 2021, 12:31 pm

This year's CIO50 Awards winners had to contend with the lingering impacts of Covid as they pushed through ambitious IT projects.

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Does provenance matter when it comes to digital products and services?

By Jens Dietrich and Matthias Galster. 19 October 2021, 11:08 pm

provenance is making its way into applications, but features like "why am I seeing this ad" from Google or Facebook are underwhelming. The question is: can we do better?

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Waste not, want not: time to recycle your unwanted gadgets

By Paul Brislen. 14 October 2021, 2:47 pm

It is International E-Waste Day, a perfect opportunity to gather up all your useless gadgets and get them to an e-waste recycler.

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AI is growing up – four key trends transforming its use in business

Peter Griffin. 14 October 2021, 8:46 am

After an initial wave of enterprise-scale AI applications, efforts are ramping up to make AI easier to develop and less prone to bias.

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