Category Archives: Blog

New edition of HIV & sex booklet focuses on U=U

We are excited to announce the sixth edition of our HIV & sex booklet, updated from 2016. This latest edition of HIV & sex represents a distinct shift from the previous one, with significant changes throughout. HIV & sex is available through our patient information scheme as an online booklet (PDF). Members can access it… Read More »

Alex Blowers appointed as new chair of INCA

The body representing the challenger internet network providers also welcomes CityFibre back into membership London, UK, 15 January – INCA’s board has appointed CityFibre’s head of regulation to be the association’s new Chair. Alex Blowers is one of the biggest hitters in policy and regulation in the sector and his appointment will add significant depth… Read More »

3T Software Labs launches Data Masking and Reschema in Studio 3T

New security automation tool makes it easier for developers to reduce risk around data loss during breaches BERLIN, GERMANY: 13th January 2021 – 3T Software Labs, the independent MongoDB tools company, today announced the addition of new security and management tools to the company’s flagship Studio 3T client for MongoDB. Alongside Data Masking for data… Read More »

Server Startup Bamboo Systems Succeeds Despite Challenging Year

The launch of its revolutionary server architecture, a significant round of funding, patent acquisition and numerous award wins highlight the past year CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND AND SAN JOSE, CA – January 12, 2021 – Bamboo Systems, a provider of revolutionary Arm-based servers architected to meet the needs of today’s software design and data center demands, today… Read More »

The Secret to Raising Smart Kids

More than three decades of scientific research suggests that repeatedly telling children that they are especially smart or talented leaves them vulnerable to failure, and fearful of challenges. Children raised this way develop an implicit belief that intelligence is innate and fixed, making striving to learn seem less important than seeming smart; challenges, mistakes, and… Read More »