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How will the cloud change the workplace?

It’s predicted that by the end of 2015, more than 90 percent of government organisations and large businesses will use cloud computing, and the technology is being adopted by firms big and small. Sarah Willis investigates how this will change the way we do business.

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Microsoft’s new real-time Star Trek-style Skype translator

Microsoft has unveiled an automatic translation service for Skype that provides subtitles in real time for a number of different languages, according to The Independent.

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Google reveals driverless car with no steering wheel or pedals

Google has unveiled a new completely driverless car that has no steering wheel or pedals and can travel at speeds of up to 25mph.

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Google plans to offer businesses subsidised WiFi

Google plans to offer WiFi network hardware and software at a discounted price to provide an incentive for SMEs to use its web services.

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Organising the ‘beautifully chaotic’ WiFi landscape for business travellers

“One of the challenges of WiFi is that it’s beautifully chaotic and disorganised, unregulated, which both is why it’s so powerful, and also why it can be so challenging,” says Evan Kaplan, president and CEO of connectivity business iPass.

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Bitcoin a growing target for cyber criminals

Bitcoin is becoming an increasingly popular target for cyber criminals, according to new research from security firm Kaspersky Lab.

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BYOD taking off at SMBs, but security concerns remain

The majority of SMBs allow employees to use their own tablets to increase efficiency, but there are still security concerns among IT professionals.

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Businesses pick up cloud “at rapid rate”

Businesses are moving to the cloud “at a rapid rate”, with 45 percent beyond the pilot phase, according to a report commissioned by Microsoft.

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44% of European businesses have a negative outlook on BYOD

44 percent of European businesses either dislike BYOD or only allow its use in exceptional circumstances, according to a report.

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Sony and Panasonic team up for 1TB disc

Sony and Panasonic are teaming up to create a new type of optical disc that could eventually store up to a terabyte of data.

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