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
Standard patterns of behaviour and predictability makes goods and services easier and cheaper to produce, but at what potential cost? Peter Cochrane considers the issue
Do small businesses have anything to fear from the glut of anti-privacy tools?
Paul Ayers discusses what makes an organisation 'cyber-resilient' - and why that is so important
With consumer trust at an all-time low, when companies embrace the privacy principles that underpin GDPR they will attract more customers
Is your organisation on top of its software licensing? Check, double check, and set aside a few million pounds, just in case you're wrong, warn Fieldfisher's Sam Jardine and Liam Corrigan
Progress with data will always be difficult until 'all are singing from the same hymnsheet', warns David Armstrong
Jean-Cyril Schütterlé explains how ML is taking us from rules-based algorithms to data-driven processes
Peter Cochrane examines the common problem between the WannaCry outbreak, the BA breakdown and the NSA malware tools leakage - managers
Did the world need the XBox One X? What sort of games is it likely to herald? And will there be an ounce of originality in any of them?
Teachers may prefer PowerPoint over chalk and blackboard, but nothing has fundamentally changed in teaching in 6,000 years, argues Peter Cochrane
Chef solutions architect Simon Fisher argues that the more you automate, the more efficient you can become - both in the IT department and elsewhere
GDPR presents CIOs and IT directors with the leverage to enforce a culture of secure IT and data management, argues Gordon Morrison
MWR InfoSecurity's Luke Jennings examines how machine learning should - and shouldn't - be applied to security
Peter Cochrane looks at how to make stronger, better passwords that you can actually remember
UK SMBs are low-hanging fruit; and for cybercriminals, they're ripe for the picking. It's no longer a question of 'when' they will be hit, but 'how often'
The new crime model: why criminals are now holding our data for ransom rather than stealing or selling it
Ransomware has changed the economic model of cybercrime, argues Paul Farrington