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MyITstudy's ITIL Terms

MyITstudy is a brand of VMEdu, Inc., a leading global education training provider with offices in the US, UK, Australia, Germany, Canada,...

March 21, 2015 By VMEdu Inc.

Zurich Budget Calculator

Need help tracking how much you spend and on what? Not sure where your money goes each month? What if you had a free app, to use anywhere...

September 11, 2013 By Zurich Insurance Company

Amazon expands U.K. office, plans staff boost, despite paying 'no tax'

The retail giant's U.K.-based operations, which is accused of paying almost no tax in recent years, is set to expand into a new office and increase its employee count in the coming quarters. While Amazon's operations expand in the country, its tax bill remains at almost zero.

May 31, 2013

Best Travel Advice

Best Travel Advice information for over 222 countries from the FCO(Foreign & Commonwealth office) UK and Directgov. An essential guide...

January 5, 2013 By Duong Tran

Cloud computing? You still can't dodge data protection rules

Cloud computing makes it easier to shift data across the planet. But UK companies must not use the the cloud to dodge their responsibility for data security and protection, according to the Information Commissioner's Office

September 27, 2012

ICO works with US, Europe on cookie privacy

The Information Commissioner's Office is working with privacy regulation colleagues in the US and Europe to harmonise approaches to web tracking using cookies.US work on Do Not Track standards needs to dovetail with European privacy regulation efforts on cookies, and take into account the international nature of large businesses with a web presence, Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) group manager Dave Evans told ZDNet UK on Friday.

May 18, 2012 by

UK Border Agency IT system running again after crash

A UK Border Agency IT system crashed on Thursday, leaving hundreds of foreign nationals unable to get their biometric visas and residence permits.It is not yet clear which system was affected by the outage, but the BBC reported on Thursday that some people at the Croydon Enquiry Office in south London broke down in tears when they were turned away from their appointments.

May 4, 2012 by

'Unknowns' hack European Space Agency

The European Space Agency has said that a group of hackers called 'The Unknowns' successfully hacked into external servers and got access to user identity information.The Unknowns used SQL injection to attack databases through the European Space Agency (ESA) website, ESA security office manager Stefano Zatti told ZDNet UK on Thursday.

May 3, 2012 by

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