Author Archives: Matthew Broersma

Matthew Broersma
Author: Matthew Broersma
TechWeek Freelance
Matt Broersma is a long standing tech freelance, who has worked for Ziff-Davis, ZDnet and other leading publications

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SAP HQ Waldorf
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The German software giant expects lower profits as it invests in cloud operations

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BBC Broadcasting House
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Stories were removed by Google under the EU's controversial 'Right to be Forgotten' law

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Hacker, cyber crime, anonymous © gualtiero boffi, Shutterstock 2014
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Whisper, which claims to allow users to post messages anonymously, has defended itself against The Guardian's claims that it tracks users

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Ethernet colour light fibre switch network © asharkyu Shutterstock
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BT is to take over from Logicalis in running Wales' public-sector broadband scheme, the Welsh government has confirmed

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Wormhole viruses
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Attackers have been using a zero-day Windows flaw to infiltrate government targets for at least the past five years, iSight said

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Marc Benioff Salesforce.com Dreamforce 2012
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New service aimed to bring an intuitive analytics approach to mobile devices

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google-london-office
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The search engine has received more than 18,000 UK requests under the EU's 'right to be forgotten' data protection laws

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The NHS logo on a sign
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Controversial care.data programme is to be tested in four areas to help allay confidentiality fears

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phone photo snapchat selfie privacy © Stanislav Tiplyashin Shutterstock
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The images were taken from third-party services used to access Snapchat and posted on notorious site 4chan

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini (7)
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The South Korean giant is seeing sales of its Galaxy smartphones slow, amid pressure from Apple and Chinese manufacturers

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