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Hello and welcome to this edition of the Computerworld UK Weekly Roundup.
This week we have been busy on the ground in San Francisco covering Salesforce's massive Dreamforce conference. The major announcements came in the form of a new product for getting that elusive 360-degree view of the customer and we found out about Barclays major rollout of Salesforce technology.
Elsewhere we published our first piece of in-house research, digging into the meaty topic of The Workplace of the Future. The report is free to read for registered users.
Data breach of the week: It's not a new data breach, but everyone's favourite ride hailing service Uber was fined an eye-watering $148 million for concealing a 2016 breach of 57 million customers.
ICYMI: The British Film Institute is scrambling to save Britain's film heritage, with a small team working hard to get films off of degrading physical tape into the digital realm.
How Barclays is moving from myriad systems to a unified CRM with Salesforce
Salesforce Customer 360 aims to unify customer data across systems
Salesforce cofounder calls for "ethical and humane use of technology" during Dreamforce keynote
Why culture more than technology will drive the Workplace of the Future IDG research finds
What is the Crime Overseas Production Order Bill - and why does it matter?
How the BFI is saving Britain's film heritage from being "stranded in analogue"
The Complete Guide to IAAS Find out more about the difference bwteen IaaS, SaaS and PaaS, a detailed comparison of the big three vendors and some case studies of large organizations moving towards IaaS world.
American Express Red Team Data Analyst United Kingdom
Purple Support Engineer United Kingdom
Deloitte Ireland Robotic Process Automation Consultant Ireland
Mobula Visual Designer United Kingdom
American Express Java Engineer United Kingdom
Revolut Senior Android Developer United Kingdom