Why companies don't need to turn to surveillance technologies to push for remote-working productivity
There are ways to promote collaboration without having to resort to micromanaging or using intrusive surveillance tools
Technologists still struggle to convince businesses owners and decision makers to make the leap to IPv6. Marco Hogewoning, Acting Manager, Public Policy and Internet Governance at the RIPE NCC outlines the arguments
Privacy activist Max Schrem's court victory creates an ideal opportunity for open source and open data approaches, says OpenUK's Amanda Brock
Evaluating open source projects and repositories is a time-consuming and unreliable process that can be greatly improved by an intelligent platform approach
Is the convenience of a digital coronavirus immunity document worth the privacy concerns and investment, asks Emma Wright of law firm Kemp Little
Advancements in network analytics are making it easier to manage SLAs
Measures technologists can take to ensure the products they create are resistant to coercive control
Apparently Airbnb is a spiritual movement which aims to spread love around the world and Google is here to bring us all together
Microchip implants? Bring 'em on I say!
A few steps leaders can take before, during or after an attack to protect their companies from phishing
By creating such a logical architecture, data virtualisation enables those fighting Covid-19 to access data quickly and from anywhere
The pandemic is only accelerating trends that were already happening
'Much more than a technical framework, the five pillars are a vision for how we collaborate as a function'
Covid-19 has been a goldmine for criminals, we need to get better at defending ourselves
Emma Wright, Partner at technology and digital specialist law firm Kemp Little, discusses the various thorny issues around the NHSX contact tracing app, including its effectiveness, the privacy issues surrounding the technology, and possible discriminatory...
bet365's Sports Development team faced a number of severe hurdles as they looked to support and expand a rapidly growing website
The reason why Mother Nature and some civilisations enjoy longevity is down to their relative inefficiency
SDM breaks down the walls between software delivery and cross-functional teams allowing them to communicate and collaborate better
Cybercrime is rising sharply as opportunistic and immoral criminals take advantage of the disruption
AI is different. Contractual mistakes now could have critical and expensive consequences, both in terms of human health and business viability
When migrating to the cloud-based storage to support homeworking, it's important to keep an eye on latency and read times
Identify the key KPIs to avoid unnecessary delays and complications
Emma Stevens, a Partner in the dispute resolution team at Coffin Mew, discusses her firms advice to organisations during the COVID-19 pandemic