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Real Fake graphic novel aims to explain disinfo and cyber warfare

Deepfakes, bots, and troll farms are just some of the emerging techniques for creating and spreading disinformation. Erly Stage Studios has today published Real Fake, the digital graphic novel, which sheds a light on the disruptive forces at work. This book is the first of the graphic novels that are a part of the Resilience Series commissioned by the US Cyber Infrastructure and Security Agency (CISA).

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Shaking up Retail: AI steps out of the store-room and onto the shopfloor

The saying goes that retail is detail and it has never been more true as retailers gather more information about their customers’ online and physical preferences than ever before. To an extent, there’s even too much information being collected. However, customer data is only one aspect. Retailers have also amassed huge volumes of operational data which enables them to run their businesses efficiently. The challenge now is to automate and apply intelligence to retail data and processes, writes George Malim.

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MEC adoption parameters proposed for enterprise and CSP consideration

Multi-access edge computing (MEC), formerly called mobile edge computing, is an ETSI-defined network architecture concept that enables cloud computing at the edge of a network. In layman’s terms it brings cloud advantages at the edge of the network or closure to customer services outside regular cloud deployments hereby reducing latency and bringing in efficiency.

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Global 2000 risk unexpected cost, performance issues by rushing legacy applications to cloud

As the Global 2000 accelerate the movement of legacy applications to the cloud due to COVID-19, two thirds (66%) are ‘at risk’ for unexpected cost/performance issues as a result of having simply “lifted and shifted” applications instead of optimising prior to migrating them.

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Intelligent Industry offerings focus on 5G and edge for business transformation

Capgemini has unveiled its first set of Intelligent Industry offerings that utilise the group’s capabilities in data, digital and industrial technologies. Focused on 5G and Edge, the new services will enable Communications Service Providers (CSPs), Network Equipment Providers (NEPs) and enterprises across industries to implement 5G and Edge technologies at scale, so that companies’ products, assets and processes can unlock innovation and efficiencies within their business.

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Keeping pace with change: Open ecosystems vs acquisitions

Every business owner is on their own very individual journey towards a specific business goal. For some this may be building a global enterprise, one franchise at a time. For others, says Gregg Lalle, SVP, international sales and strategy at ConnectWise, it could be becoming the dominant player in a domestic market or outperforming larger sector competitors.

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Analyst Report: Juniper Research assesses the impact of AI in Retail and Finance

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are already playing a significant role in the efficient delivery of some services in key industry sectors. Among the front runners are the consumer retail sector and financial services. Evolving Enterprise commissioned leading industry analysts, Juniper Research, to assess the innovations in these two sectors and to see what lessons other industries can learn from their ground breaking experience.

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Meeting the tests to get out of data lockdown: Part 1

Digital transformation of any business has always been hampered by making sense of underlying data. And that data has been growing in volume at an unprecedented rate driven by the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT). It’s the perfect storm the need for real-time information being increasingly distanced by the rate at which the data volume is growing.

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Knowledgehook raises £13.5mn as demand for math learning surges

Knowledgehook, a mathematics learning platform, has raised UK£13.5 milion Series A equity funding. The round has been led by a UK-based EdTech investment fund with participation from Mesoamerica’s Alexandria Corp., Nelson Education, Ideal Ventures, and Nicoya Ventures. This financing follows Knowledgehook’s 2016 seed round that included John Abele’s North Point Ventures.

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Can the prin­ciples of Zero Trust be applied to IoT?

The perception that security has never been a core component or key consideration for the Internet of Things (IoT) has even been highlighted in the familiar joke: ‘the ‘S’ in IoT stands for security. Yet with tens of billions of connected devices, the safety and financial implications of even small security breaches can be vast, as has already been demonstrated by the likes of the Mirai botnet which compromised over half a million IoT devices.

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