Under-fire social network Facebook has finally come clean on its data practices, following an immensely high-profile fallout.
If you haven’t looked at the IT implications for the new GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) yet, then now is the time to act. There is now less than two months before the new laws come into effect on 25th May 2018.
UK businesses are signing up to Office 365 in their droves. This suite of packages from Microsoft provides all the best-known applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, as well as some new ones besides.
The greatest scandal in its history has hit Facebook, wiping more than $36 billion off its share value and prompting users to delete their accounts in their droves. It goes even further than data and privacy worries, though, amid claims the foul play in question could have influenced the results of globally important democratic votes (including the Brexit Referendum and the 2016 US Presidential Election).