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Misco roundup – Higher Education

Misco roundup – Higher Education

The use of technology at university is helping students to acquire the skills necessary to be able to work in the modern, digital world, but are there instances when student use of tech is a bad thing?

28th April 2017
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Half of UK workers say office tech is out of date and has an adverse effect on productivity

Half of UK workers say office tech is out of date and has an adverse effect on productivity

Over half of UK workers report that their office technology is outdated, slow and unprepared for the future, according to a study published by office fit-out and refurbishment specialist Overbury.

26th April 2017
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Open source software found to pose serious security vulnerabilities

Open source software found to pose serious security vulnerabilities

An audit of over 1,000 applications has revealed significant security flaws in those that utilise open source code. According to security specialist Black Duck, which investigated 1,017 applications for its 2017 Open Source Security and Risk Analysis (OSSRA), 96% of the apps contained open source code and more than 60% had open source security vulnerabilities.

24th April 2017
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Misco roundup – Small Business

Misco roundup – Small Business

The technology sector brings in millions, if not billions, of pounds to the UK's economy. But there have been concerns that Brexit could impact the country's tech industry. Is that really the case?

21th April 2017
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NHS urged to embrace digital innovation and security in new report

NHS urged to embrace digital innovation and security in new report

The House of Lords Select Committee issued a report on the long-term sustainability of the NHS last week, calling on the government to "make it clear" that the adoption of technology should be a "priority" for the NHS. The report suggests that by investing in new standardised technology, training staff and utilising digital tools in treatment, the NHS will be able to improve care and cut costs.

19th April 2017
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