The vaccine alliance has implemented the cloud-based identity management service to give stakeholders working on vaccination programmes across 73 countries access to data, information and knowledge.
President Trump is to chair a technology council aimed at upgrading US government IT. How many tech leaders are going to step up and advise to ensure this heads in the right direction?
There is growing uncertainty around the future viability of the government’s identity assurance platform, Verify. What does that mean for GaaP?
Credit scoring giant Experian has built its own cloud technology platform to offer data-as-a-service as it ventures nimbly into the API economy
Security, security, security - the pain point of the digital economy isn't going anywhere according to a panel session at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
The World Economic Forum’s Global Risk Report 2017 indicates that emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence and robotics are already starting to have a disruptive effect on society. So what can be done to reign in their most damaging potential effects?
The UK government is announcing a hefty broadband investment three times this week, but is it money well spent to create a post-Brexit digital age Industrial Strategy for Britain?
Okta is growing in popularity as a secure identity management layer for digital services. CEO Todd McKinnon talks us through the challenges of scaling the company.
MyCareCentric Epilepsy provides real-time information links between people with epilepsy and their medical teams to help them tackle this unpredictable condition together.
Technology and innovation are built into the Visa business model, according to outgoing CEO Charles Scharf.
On the eve of Dreamforce, Salesforce's Chief Legal Officer ups the rhetoric over LinkedIn as Microsoft denies all accusations of anti-competitive intent.
Opening its annual conference in Las Vegas today, ID vendor Okta launched API access management, added intelligent policy features and a Google alliance
Sir Eric Pickles, a former secretary of state, has published a report on election fraud and one of his suggestions for a national database of IP addresses, is unlikely to go down well.