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PRISM: NSA spying was a wake-up call that may strengthen cloud security

Cloud computing can be secure if done properly, and the NSA scandal may be the catalyst to ensure this happens, says V3 Technology Editor Dan Robinson

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Without a keyboard, Apple iPad Air and iPad Mini 2 fail business users

Apple continues to ignore business users' most pressing needs, argues V3's Alastair Stevenson

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Make IT Better: Supercomputing skills vital to power UK economic growth

Nvidia's Sumit Gupta writes for V3 as part of our Make IT Better campaign

BYOD trend will be self-defeating as firms insist on control

Corporate support of employee-owned devices may negate the very reason workers chose to use them, argues V3 technology editor Dan Robinson

Why Bitcoins are the new black in cybercrime

Bitcoin-mining botnets to become cyber gangs' scam of choice

Microsoft mobile push boosted by BlackBerry buyout, but Apple still top dog

Mobile market is now set for a three-horse race, argues V3 news editor Dan Worth

Intel's Quark chip will struggle to drive the Internet of Things

Intel faces a challenge in delivering power-frugal chips without throwing away the advantages of x86 compatibility, says V3 technology editor Daniel Robinson

The iPhone 5C won't help Apple claw back smartphone share from rival Android

£469 price tag is too high to compete with mid-range handsets like the S4 Mini, says V3 editor Madeline Bennett

Stephen Elop could rule the roost as Microsoft CEO thanks to picture-perfect career history

Roles at Adobe, Juniper and recent Nokia experiences mean return to Redmond is no surprise

Sky legal victory over Microsoft on SkyDrive brand a warning on perils of tech trademarks

High Court decision underlines importance of carrying out detailed research before registering brands, argues patent lawyer Alison Hague

Make IT Better: How to keep Generation Y staff motivated and on side

Firms must adapt to the influx of naturally tech-savvy Generation Y graduates, says TCS's Ajoyendra Mukherjee

Why Facebook's Zuckerberg is taking the right approach to connecting the next five billion

V3 reporter Alastair Stevenson agrees social CEO has everything to gain and the NSA may take the new users' data, but the objective is still important

Make IT Better: Cloud computing skills shortage is hampering UK tech innovation

The skills gap in the UK IT industry must close in order to get the most from the cloud, say Nigel Beighton of Rackspace and Dr Brian Nicholson from Manchester Business School

Microsoft just can’t win on Windows 8 whatever 8.1 update brings

Critics who slam Microsoft for changes in Windows 8 would have been just as harsh if it had taken a less radical direction

Will US patent trolls soon be stomping to the UK?

Chris Thornham of law firm Taylor Wessing considers whether recent US anti-trolling action could push cases to Europe

Tragedy and controversy fail to slow innovation at Black Hat

Researchers press on after death of iconic security researcher Barnaby Jack

Google right to woo developers with new Nexus 7 and Android 4.3

Upgraded specs are impressive, but developer focus is the key to success for Android tablets, says V3 Reporter Alastair Stevenson

Marissa Mayer works magic in first year at Yahoo

Chief executive turning firm around

Savvy retailers must embrace web sales as 4G revolution looms

Rising online sales at Argos, M&S and Ocado prove digital channels are the future, argues V3 news editor Dan Worth

New mobile roaming rules show the benefits of EU membership

The EC ruling on roaming charges highlights the often overlooked benefits of being in the European Union

Make IT Better: Technology firms need to look beyond computing and engineering students to attract the best IT talent, says Avaya

Michael Bayer, Avaya president of EMEA, shares his views on IT skills and recruitment

PRISM: Why the UK GCHQ's internet snooping is scarily funny

Snooping sets a dangerous precedent for our future online, argues Alastair Stevenson

New gTLDs will require skill and strategy to manage

Solicitor Catherine Richardson reveals how companies can understand and manage the looming generic top-level domain rollout

PRISM: Scandal could prove watershed moment in web privacy battle

Outcry brings hope that industry won't roll over for government, writes US correspondent Shaun Nichols

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