Computer hardware failure, which last Sunday shut down some cash machines and blocked debit cards, was the latest technical glitch to hit the high street – evidence that the financial services industry must throw off the legacy of outdated technology and modernise, writes Pádraig Floyd
Spending on cyber security in the UK is expected to reach nearly £3 billion this year, according to a PwC study, yet we forget at our peril that security is at least as much about people as it is about technology, writes Bryan Betts
The public sector typically swings between centralised and localised approaches to IT procurement. Could devolution drive a federated “third way” that offers the best of both worlds? David Bicknell reports
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