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Your chair exists within a room

Lola Oyelayo was formerly Director of Strategy & User Experience at Head, and a few weeks ago I was lucky enough to see her excellent talk on Wicked Problems at NUX5. I was even luckier to have the opportunity to chat to her the evening before about how designers can tackle complex problems in digital projects.

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Driving digital business

Digital business is blurring the lines between the digital and the physical worlds, disrupting all industries and redefining the role of IT. This was the theme at the recent Gartner Symposium ITXpo in Barcelona, where Avecto unveiled Defendpoint as part of its global launch roadshow to an audience of over 5,000 CIO and senior IT decision makers.

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Restoring user freedom in the security-first enterprise

It’s been a busy year in the cyber security arena so far, and it doesn’t look like the pace will be slowing down. From hacking schemes like Heartbleed to significant data breaches at Home Depot, P.F. Chang’s and the Montana Health Department, criminals are stepping up their game. But as organizations adapt their security strategies in kind, there is one key stakeholder who often goes unnoticed: the end user.

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