What will the increase in machine-to-machine communication mean for data centres in 2018 and beyond?
Blenheim Chalcot group CTO Mark Ridley explains why he went with Microsoft at AVADO, despite his preference for Google
The big data world is changing
Entrepreneurs Daniel Martinho-Corbishley and Jaime Lomeli are demonstrating their Aura Vision Labs startup in Las Vegas, previewing a new technology that extracts valuable data from video footage by using computer vision and biometric identification techniques...
Video games are not a "mental disorder" - but let's ban exploiters from selling weaponised gambling platforms as games
The World Health Organization is wrong - but something does have to give
Former BT CTO Peter Cochrane warns that the lifting of net neutrality in the US will raise barriers and hinder innovation
What can other companies learn from the class-action lawsuit facing Morrisons?
Compliance is a challenge, but the new regulation presents an opportunity to re-shape customer engagement and customer data management strategies
Looking at the year to come by analysing the year that was
Nothing reflects how new technology becomes accepted in the mass market than its popularity over Christmas, suggests Peter Cochrane
In an unstable business landscape better predictive models are needed. ML is already showing promise
Mark Ridley, group CTO of Blenheim Chalcot, discusses the needs of high-performance team members
Does your security playbook cover ransomware?
Context is everything when it comes to machine-to-human communications
Models can predict what sort of customer is using a travel website after just a few clicks
The IT industry must take a lesson from the automotive sector
For CIOs success is no longer measured in the build and delivery of systems, but instead by the tangible outcomes that integrated technologies can deliver
Remediation isn't enough any more
Navigating the enterprise messaging market - why and how to choose the best fit for your business needs
Companies looking for a messaging solution are spoilt for choice - how to choose the right one?
Mark Gamble, senior director,product marketing, analytics at OpenText, argues that firms need to embrace AI, not fear it
Nigel Crockford, business development manager at IT consultancy eSpida explains why running-to-failure is not helping your business grow
The age of big iron is far from over, but as baby boomers retire the skills gap is becoming a problem
Big data is no use if all it does is sit on a database, argues Paul Alexander
Companies believe in the promise of AI but struggle with the 'how', says David Wyatt of Databricks