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Teaching coding to the poor can end inequality

Teaching coding to the poor can end inequality

Bob Geldof calls for "fourth literacy" on top of the three Rs.
Jane McCallion Nov 12 2014, 2:24PM Software
Office for iPad: 12m downloads but poor reviews

Office for iPad: 12m downloads but poor reviews

Many users unimpressed.
Barry Collins Apr 6 2014, 3:11PM Mobility
CIOs admit to poor planning causing project failure

CIOs admit to poor planning causing project failure

CIO Connect survey reveals 42 per cent of CIOs doubt their vision will be achieved.
Rosalie Marshall Jul 4 2008, 8:36AM Data centre
Poor business processes imperil data

Poor business processes imperil data

While malicious attacks tend to grab the headlines, the prime causes of databreaches are usually more mundane.
Gareth Morgan May 7 2008, 3:12PM Security
Motorola boss quits over poor results

Motorola boss quits over poor results

Ed Zander has stepped down as head of Motorola after a string of poor sales figures.
Iain Thomson Dec 2 2007, 10:05PM Mobility
IT security bedevilled by poor 'me too' products

IT security bedevilled by poor 'me too' products

The IT security market has too many bad products because purchasers don’t know what they are buying, delegates at the RSA Security conference Europe were told.
Iain Thomson Oct 24 2007, 2:57PM Security
Skype co-founder defends poor financials

Skype co-founder defends poor financials

Critics have inflated expectations about Skype's ability to monetise its 220 million users, co-founder Niklas Zennström said in an interview about his departure from the firm.
Tom Sanders Oct 4 2007, 6:25AM Finance
Poor HR leaves firms open to security risks

Poor HR leaves firms open to security risks

'Employee education gap' putting employers and employees in danger.
Robert Jaques Mar 9 2007, 4:00PM Security
Mobile security in poor health

Mobile security in poor health

Poor security continues to hamper the rollout of mobile systems to staff, according to experts, who reiterated the need to encrypt all data stored on notebook PCs, handheld devices and smartphones.
Martin Courtney Jul 12 2006, 11:26AM Security
Poor nations lose billions by taxing mobiles - study

Poor nations lose billions by taxing mobiles - study

Developing countries could raise billions of dollars in additional revenues if they cut excessive luxury taxes on the purchase of mobile phones, a study found on Monday.
Lucas van Sep 27 2005, 9:26AM Mobility
Citrix sheds 40 resellers, citing poor returns

Citrix sheds 40 resellers, citing poor returns

Software vendor Citrix has been shaking up its channel, culling 20 percent of its 200 Australia-based partners and introducing a raft of other changes.
Fleur Doidge Mar 31 2004, 12:00AM Hardware

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