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V3 Hot Seat: Rebecca George OBE, partner at Deloitte and chair of the BCS Policy and Public Affairs Board

The women in IT campaigner loves Devon and Elvis Costello, but hates cables

DataSift is a social data analytics platform

Big data startup DataSift looks for meaning in your employees' social chatter

Partnering with the likes of Yammer, the UK-based social data analytics company looks to understand internal communications

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Cyber security vetting scheme is right move by government, but SMEs need more attention

Experts from KPMG, Symantec and BAE weigh in on the government's IT security plans for 2014

BlackBerry’s future could lie in enterprise mobility services

BlackBerry is taking steps to adapt BES into a universal mobile platform for managing mobile devices

Lies, damned lies and broadband statistics: Telecoms industry cannot agree on speed targets

Figures plucked from the air lead to disagreement among broadband experts over speeds we should expect in 10 years

V3 Hot Seat: NHS Guy's and St Thomas' IT enterprise architect, Frank Baldesare

We chat with healthcare IT pro on his love of Sir Tim Berners-Lee and why IT staff should be paid more

Tech City celebrates third birthday as government looks for nationwide growth

Government slaps itself on the back, but more work needs to be done

What Microsoft, Apple and HP need for Christmas

V3 editor Madeline Bennett looks ahead to what 2014 should bring for three major tech players

Google sheds light on 2014 plans at V3 Technology Awards [Video]

Firm grabs trophies in categories spanning the IT industry

V3 Hot Seat: Groupon head of IT for Northern Europe, Iain Phillips

We chat with a former navy weapons engineer turned IT pro to find out what makes him tick

Look North: Manchester seeks to become tech cluster of choice

As cities beyond London vie for startup dominance, Manchester boasts the talent and the technology to succeed

Apple and Samsung smartphone innovation battle will hot up in 2014

More biometrics and motion controls are the future for smartphones, claims V3's Alastair Stevenson

Microsoft could replace Windows RT with Windows Phone tablets

If Microsoft kills Windows RT, will the firm replace it with a scaled-up Windows Phone?

Caterham F1 cuts its phone bill as 2014 season beckons

Car development high on F1 team's priorities list as it looks to cut costs elsewhere

V3 Hot Seat: UBS Group CTO and Open Data Center Alliance president Correy Voo

We chat with the bank IT chief about his love of Wales, admiration for Michael Dell and his work with the Open Data Centre Alliance

Berlin-based startup T Dispatch has no regrets leaving Tech City

Melting pot of Berlin is an ideal spot for a fresh-faced startup

The Internet of Things will be more like a can of worms

Connecting every device to the internet is a security, privacy and complexity nightmare waiting to happen, warns V3 technology editor Dan Robinson

V3 Hot Seat: Network Rail CIO, Susan Cooklin

We chat with the rail tech chief about encouraging more women into IT and how using a tablet has changed her working life

Big data crunch pushes Formula One into supercomputer frenzy

Michael Passingham pays a visit to the championship-winning Lotus F1 Team's headquarters to take a closer look at the seldom-seen side of Formula One

East London 'Startup as a service' Adaptive Lab seeks Silicon Valley sunshine

UK startup sets hopes high as it races through R&D projects

Motorola Moto G is a game changer that marks a new era for the smartphone

High-spec phone for just £135 will shake up the market, argues V3 news editor Dan Worth

V3 Hot Seat: Waitrose IT manager Mark Purnell

We get an inside look at what makes the man powering the food giant's internal systems

Healthcare IT failures highlight need to adopt military strategy in project management

No plan survives contact with the enemy, notes solicitor Susan Atkinson

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