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Ten steps to profiting from your app

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Claire Bennett, partner at law firm DLA Piper, explains the steps app developers need to take to protect their products, and avoid copyright infringement
15 Apr 2014

How to achieve optimum IT service levels in the retail sector

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Chloe Hersee, senior associate at law firm DLA Piper, explains the issues around agreeing service level agreements in the retail sector
08 Apr 2014

Winning the battle on mobile file sharing

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Workshare CEO Anthony Foy explains how firms are meeting the challenge of 'bring your own application'
18 Mar 2014

Why file sync and share apps like Box and Dropbox weren’t conceived for the enterprise

Box and Dropbox were "built on ubiquity and the free flow of information for the Facebook generation" but not for enterprise collaboration, argues Ron Hovsepian, president and CEO, Intralinks
14 Mar 2014

Cyber security - what does the future hold?

Callum Sinclair, partner at law firm DLA Piper, reflects on the EU Directive for Network and Information Security - and highlights the risks in imposing more red tape on businesses
14 Mar 2014

Is a restricted Internet our 21st century Prohibition? It’s starting in Britain

Rafael Laguna, CEO of Open-Xchange, argues that we can't afford to stand by and allow internet freedom to be restricted by government
21 Feb 2014

By restricting crowdfunding, the FCA has thrown the baby out with the bathwater

Edward Griffiths, partner at law firm DLA Piper, argues that new proposals from the FCA are in direct conflict with the democratic nature of crowdfunding
13 Feb 2014

Resale of software: 18 months after Usedsoft

As the European Commission consults on a review of EU copyright law, it is time to reconsider the Usedsoft judgment, argues DLA Piper partner John Wilks
03 Feb 2014

H4cked Off: PRISM is just the beginning

Edward Snowden's revelations on the extent of the NSA's and GCHQ's snooping activities are just the tip of the iceberg, argues Stuart Sumner
29 Jan 2014

2014 and beyond - the future of financial services technology

Duncan Pithouse, partner at law firm DLA Piper, takes a look at what the year has in store for IT in financial services
28 Jan 2014

Data protection : 2014 and beyond

Andrew Dyson, partner at law firm DLA Piper, explains what the impending EU data protection regulation has in store
20 Jan 2014

Bitcoin - What is it for?

Duncan Calow, partner at law firm DLA Piper, argues that the two-tier regulated and non-regulated approach to currency is not flexible enough
15 Jan 2014

H4cked Off: Snowden’s not the messiah, or even a particularly naughty boy. He’s just some guy.

Let's drop the profile pieces and get back to the slightly wider issue of all the illegal data theft, yeah?
02 Jan 2014

How the NHS should mine 'near miss' data

Glenn Hardy, client services manager at Airsweb, argues that the NHS would do well to learn from other industries in its efforts to report on 'near misses'
16 Dec 2013

Inspiring the next generation of computer scientists

Jane Richardson, director of the Oracle Academy in EMEA, looks at how we can start encouraging young people to think about a career in computer science
20 Nov 2013

On the road to the Internet of Things

Thomas Kiessling, chief product and innovation officer at Deutsche Telekom, explains how the internet of things will revolutionise our working and home lives
11 Nov 2013

Government IT project beset by management problems, delays, and technical complications

Nick Kennell, principal and public sector lead at transformation consultancy Moorhouse, explains why the government fails at project management
01 Nov 2013

Getting down to business with wearable tech

Ved Sen, senior director, mobile solutions Europe at Cognizant Technology Solutions argues that wearable technology can only become useful to businesses with the right back-end infrastructure to support it
24 Oct 2013

Ignore the issue of data sovereignty at your peril

Revelations about the Prism and Tempora snooping programmes have propelled the issue of data sovereignty – where data physically resides – to the top of many CIOs’ agendas, writes Len Padilla, vice president product strategy, NTT Communications Europe
07 Oct 2013

Will a lack of trust in the cloud prevent ‘encryption nirvana'?

Richard Moulds of Thales e-Security weighs up the various encryption models available to enterprises
04 Sep 2013

UK government culture holding back open source adoption

Steve Nice, CTO at Reconnix, the open source ecosystem company, assesses the current state of open source adoption in the public sector
30 Aug 2013

Accelerating business success requires an IP focus

Patent Attorney John-Paul Rooney argues that IP should be regarded as a core element of any business strategy
29 Aug 2013

The office of the future - a rebuttal

Avaya's Michael Bayer responds to Computing's article on the office of the future, encouraging organisations to think more creatively as to how to use their physical space
28 Aug 2013

NHS at 65: The First Steps Into a Digitised NHS

Robert Bakewell argues that the digitisation of the NHS must be carefully managed, with the focus on usability and ROI
22 Aug 2013