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AA blames password reset email glitch on ‘internal error’

Automobile Association apologises for sending out password reset confirmation emails to a small selection of customers in error, which led some to assume the company may have been hacked

Security Think Tank: Apply risk-based approach to patch management

How should organisations address the need to keep software up to date with security patches without it costing too much or being too labour intensive?

Court ruling on Apple’s Irish datacentre planning dispute delayed by ‘shortage of judges’

The outcome of a judicial review into Apple’s plans to build a datacentre in County Galway was delayed on Friday 23 June because of a shortage of judges, it has emerged

Santander launches video mortgage application service

Spanish bank to roll out video technology for mortgage services at 63 branches in the UK following a successful trial

Business as usual at Parliament after cyber attack

Both Houses of Parliament are to meet as scheduled after a “sustained and determined cyber attack” at the weekend

How hyper-convergence is changing the shape of IT

Computer Weekly looks at how the hyper-converged market is hotting up, pulling together the latest analyst research findings

Why entrepreneurship is the only escape from AI-fuelled unemployment

Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, predicts up to 15m people could lose their jobs due to AI. Society must adapt

Housing developer rolls out HCM to pave way for stock market listing

Bonava, which provides affordable and sustainable housing in Northern and Eastern Europe, rolled out HR technology in record time to meet a deadline to list on the Stockholm Stock Exchange

Housing developer rolls out HCM to pave way for stock market listing

Bonava, which provides affordable and sustainable housing in Northern and Eastern Europe, rolled out HR technology in record time to meet a deadline to list on the Stockholm Stock Exchange

Security Think Tank: Strategise, prioritise, automate and use cloud to improve patching

How should organisations address the need to keep software up to date with security patches without it costing too much or being too labour intensive?