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Cloud delivers €160 billion boost to European Union economy

Cloud computing is expected to add around €160billion to the EU’s GDP in 2020. By the end of 2015 around 70 per cent of all businesses will use cloud computing, while some 925,500 direct and indirect jobs will be created by the adoption of public and private cloud by 2016.

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#MCS2014: Firms using digital services to build customer relationships

Companies will increasingly use digital channels to build relationships with their customers, according to a technology industry expert.

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#MCS2014: Mobile is ‘in Twitter’s DNA’ and vital to all of its products

People get so distracted by their phones that they walk into lampposts, according to Georgina Parnell, lead account executive at Twitter UK.

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JP Morgan cyber attack exposes 76 million customers’ personal details

A massive cyber attack on JP Morgan has exposed 76 million customers’ names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses the bank has revealed.

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#MCS2014: The Mobile Content Summit 2014 LIVE from London

Welcome to Business Technology‘s live coverage of The Mobile Content Summit 2014 from the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London. We’ll be reporting via this liveblog throughout the day. You can also get involved using the #MCS2014 hashtag and by sending your tweets to us at @ContentCubed. You’ll also find reports from the conference on [...]

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BAFTA initiative equips kids for the UK’s video games industry and beyond

Last week the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) relaunched its Young Games Designers (YGD) initiative. While the programme is geared towards helping young people into the UK’s £1.7 billion video games industry, the experts say that the skills learned could also equip them for jobs in other digital sectors.

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#MCS2014: ‘The experience must be intuitive and of benefit to the customer’

Automotive companies face a unique set of challenges to create smooth and consistent customer experiences for in-car user interfaces, according to an industry expert.

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BAFTA relaunches scheme for young game designers and coders

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) today relaunched its scheme to encourage more young people to pursue careers in the games industry.

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Local services are lagging, says MP Onwurah

The government has largely ignored local digital government in favour of central E-government, says shadow Cabinet Office minister Chi Onwurah.

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Estonia shows the way for Ukraine

Estonia is funding E-government in western Ukraine despite the turmoil elsewhere in the country.

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