The High Integrity Software Conference will take place in Bristol on 6th November 2018. Now entering its fifth year, the conference continues to be the premier annual forum for the sharing of challenges, best practice and experience between software engineering practitioners – for software that matters. This mission continues toRead More
Following recent news that Her Majesty’s Treasury (HMT) is finalising plans to extend off-payroll rules to the private sector – and is likely to announce these changes in October’s Budget – Tania Bowers, General Counsel at APSCo commented:
“We are extremely disappointed that HMT appear determined to discount the advice of APSCo, andRead More
A recent survey points to the fact that a lack of Software Intelligence among IT organisations points to slow progress in digitising operations.
CAST, the leader in Software Intelligence, today announced new research evaluating the priorities of IT leaders in digital transformation. The Software Intelligence Report surveyed 500 professionals, including CIOs,Read More
At Furious Towers we’re acutely aware of the blight that is single use plastics; with around 300 million tonnes of the darned stuff being churned out each year.
Accepting the limited potential impact from software safety assurance consultants on the need to reduce this deadly landscape blot – we know thatRead More
Local Junior Rugby Club – North Hykeham Junior RUFC – has finally got a kit that their rugby skills deserve.
Rightly seen as the next generation of players for North Hykeham RUFC, the Juniors are building momentum in their pursuit of the game they love. For many seasons they have enduredRead More
New research using worms will look at muscle loss in space and could lead to new treatments for muscular conditions for people on Earth.
Hundreds of worms are being flown to the International Space Station later this year for scientists to understand more about spaceflight-induced muscle loss.
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EfficientIP, leading specialist in network protection, have revealed in its 2018 Global DNS Threat Report that the higher education sector ranks as one of the worst business sectors to handle potential cyber threats. As Universities continue to be a hot target for hackers. The report details that almost three-quarters ofRead More
Innovators in the UK and Canada have been challenged to help aircraft reach unprecedented levels of performance in extreme weather and make them more eco-friendly by using artificial intelligence (AI).
Start-ups and researchers will need to showcase ideas as to how AI could make aircraft more aerodynamic and cut down on ice build-upRead More
The Unwanted Visitors You’re Letting Into Your Home: How Second-hand Smart Home Technology is Compromising Your Safety
127 million smart home units are expected to be sold in the US in 2018, with the global smart home market expected to be worth 53.45 billion USD by 2022. With 55% of smart device owners in the dark about how they actually work, could those who bought second-hand smartRead More
The government has announced that UK industry will benefit from a £92 million injection to design a national alternative to the EU’s Galileo satellite system, ensuring UK security post Brexit; with money being allocated from the £3 billion Brexit readiness fund announced at last year’s Budget and will be rolled outRead More