What is behind the rising ransomware threat, and what can businesses do to combat it?
Alan Reed, Head of Systems Development, Sports at bet365 discusses the role data has to play in his organisation's mobile development strategy
Chatbots may be limited for now, but they are learning fast says Feefo's Matt West
Bet365 has moved from a Java dominated hub to a multilingual development environment, adopting languages such as Erlang, Go and Elixir, says bet365's Andrew Deane
Intelligence, whether artificial or not, will always find its way to the top regardless of the barriers we try to put in its way, warns BT's former CTO Peter Cochrane
Wire's Alan Duric on the necessity of end-to-end encryption
Kazoup's Johan Holder warns that unmanaged, unstructured data will pose major risks to organisations when the GDPR comes into force in just nine months
Kevin Gidney of Seal Software talks about the training and work that must go alongside machine learning
SUSE's Danny Rowark examines how - and why - the CaaS platform emerged, and what it can do for organisations' IT infrastructure
The NHS needs to invest in cyber defences that can adapt to changing threats, argues Malcolm Murphy
Navigating Brexit is likely to be a white-water ride for many organisations; however, this three-stage plan for CIOs will help businesses to navigate the rapids.
The release of wireless spectrum is one thing, but how can antenna technology efficiently manage the many different bands and technologies? Peter Cochrane suggests that it can't
As hackers get more inventive, we need new and diverse ways of countering their advances. Bots are one part of our defence, but we cannot overlook the importance of people in beating the hackers, argues Laura Flack, Head of Digital Safety at Barclays...
Without proactive management of SaaS applications, organisations face rising fees and increased exposure to compliance risks, says Matt Fisher
There's a growing demand for instant access plug and play solutions from startups, says Sean Harrison Smith
Is the GDPR a guiding light to the benefits of big data, or its death knell?
Nick Sacke, head of products and IoT at Comms365, believes that the IoT is on the cusp of mass deployment, as organisations leverage low power wide area networking (LPWAN) and new IoT as a Service deployment models to achieve fast, low risk and low cost...
Rob Pickering of IPCortex asks: why don't our communication apps match the way that our brains work?
Organisations can derive tangible benefits from a mature approach to enterprise mobility, argues Richard Anstey
A lack of skilled analysts has hamstrung the industry at a time when the demand to adopt AI and big data analytics has never been higher, says Aaron Auld
The Government is making a concerted effort to encourage more businesses to seek guidance on mitigating cyber threats - but are they listening?
Web-based contextual communications can replace existing unified communications tools to aid traceability and raise security at work, argues Rob Pickering
Peter Ruffley, chairman at Zizo, warns against the danger of letting IT departments have full say over GDPR compliance, at the risk of losing important data
Consultant and former head of IT at Durham County Council Phil Jackman wants small businesses to think before recruiting