The tech industry is perceived as being incredibly ageist. But just how much is perception and how much reality? Cath Everett explores the issues in the first of a series of articles on older workers in tech.
The world is awash in data but most of it buried away in hard to find or inaccessible places—researchers’ hard drives, private servers or obscure web sites—or it is in formats that are difficult to work with. data.world aims to change that one dataset at a time.
HESA and Leicestershire County Council discuss how they’re using Tableau to democratise data use across their organisation.
The US is pulling out of the Paris Accord on climate change, but tech leaders are joining with academics and politicians to take a stand.
The public sector seems to be littered with horror stories of failed digital projects. Audit Scotland provides a framework for future success.
When anonymizing data is still considered insufficiently robust for use in a global environment, the arrival of Anzendata’s new database technology on the Bare Metal side of the Oracle Cloud Platform is an interesting development.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said that the Internet allows those with extreme views a “safe space” to feed and breed their ideology.
Climate change and sexual/gender equality became the main battle lines for the tech sector last week, but the US administration’s reform of H-1B remains a problem.
HPI is clearly benefiting from its independence and ability to ‘stick to the knitting’ of its core businesses, even though there are issues that need addressing.
President Trump has pulled the US from the Paris Accord on climate change. It’s incumbent on tech leaders to step up to the mark and take a stand on this appalling decision.
NHS Digital Director Beverley Bryant is set to join private sector health supplier System C and a new Head of Design has also been appointed.
It’s 18 months since HP spit in two. In the first of two reports, a progress report on the HP Enterprise company finds restructuring and transformation work still to do.
A report released this week by Deloitte suggests US cities need major modernisation programmes, but funding and financing smart cities needs new models.