Techworld Daily Bytes - 11 January 2016 - Tech helping disadvantaged youths - Famous Brits Twitter accounts ‘hacked’ - Meet UK startup Arkivum

Christina Mercer
Christina Mercer

Christina Mercer

After graduating from the University of Nottingham reading philosophy and theology in 2013, Christina was appointed marketing executive at a tech start-up specialising in mobile apps. She has a keen interest in the mobile platform and innovative tech.

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Welcome to today's Techworld Daily Bytes! We explore The Prince's Trust and how their relationship with Capgemini aims at helping disadvantaged young people get into tech. What's more, meet Arkivum, the UK startup with a survival plan for the Exabyte era. Plus: the six best DNS services 2016 and eight famous Brits that have had their Twitter accounts 'hacked'.

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