The keyboard and mouse is already giving way to human-computer interfaces that could once only have been seen in sci-fi films, writes Nic Fearn
When quantum computers arrive the Web as we know it will break. We talk to scientists cryptographers and entrepreneurs working to ensure this does not happen.
Threats are getting more serious, but defences are evolving too.
The UK IT Awards 2019 was a raging success, as this gallery from the big night shows!
The risks of cyber attack are more than doubling every year. So should CIOs and CISOs rethink how they organise IT security, Nic Fearn asks
Global retailer Ted Baker found that its ecommerce platform alone wasn't sufficient to satisfy demanding customers in today's competitive environment
DevOps is designed to bring developers and operations more closely together. Ahead of Cyber Security Live later this month, Nic Fearn asks: Can it also encompass security as well?
Ahead of Cyber Security Live later this month, Nic Fearn asks: With cyber crime rocketing, who in your organisation should have ultimately 'ownership' of IT security?
Business 5.0 is coming: The convergence of AI, IoT, blockchain, APIs, smart contracts and hybrid computing
Convergence of a plethora of new technologies will be key to the 'programmatic enterprise' of the future, says McKinsey and IBM advisor John Straw
There's still some time - and a number of challenges to overcome - before quantum computing becomes truly useful, reports Nic Fearn
By working with Mental Health First Aid England, CGI UK has encouraged openness, reduced sick time taken and saved thousands of pounds
Nic Feare examines the changes that the Revised Directive on Payment Services (PSD2) will make to banking and business
Not all Twitter bots have bad intentions
Cyber security needs specialists who really can 'think different'
We tested both next-gen networks at six locations across central London
As AWS and Azure scoop up more of the cloud IaaS /PaaS market, what are organisations looking for? A research presentation from Computing Delta
As copper and silicon-based CPUs reach their physical limits, what is in the pipeline that will keep compute power growing? Nic Fearn investigates
INQ's pick of the best earphones on the market right now
A look at what's happening now in UK businesses and public services and what's just around the corner
5G will kill insects and 4G has the same carbon footprint as aviation, according to MPs
Laya Healthcare implemented multi-factor authorisation with a simple interface as it grappled with its GDPR obligations
BMW Car IT's Jonas Sticha and Christian Hoff explain how they developed a proof-of-concept in-car app using Red Hat, Kubernetes and MQTT
Trainline CTO Mark Holt: Digital transformation is all about constantly 'iterating' apps, features and services
Strip processes down to the essentials, organise around small, empowered teams - and dump legacy Oracle tech and shift to the cloud, suggests Holt
The latest fall in PC sales has been attributed to Intel's chip shortage, but there are deeper, structural reasons for the decline