In times of international crisis, the normal rulebooks get torn up. What price privacy to defeat Coronavirus?
Tips from Salesforce's Women's Network on bringing employee groups together across an organization - and not just in a time of crisis.
Morrisons data breach court ruling - a significant win for employers, but not a 'get out of jail' card on corporate responsibility
Morrisons is not responsible for the malicious actions of an employee with a grievance who stole data from the firm, a UK Supreme Court ruling that will please employers, but mustn't be seen as a fall back option for ignoring responsibilities.
AI tech is moving quickly - but the ethical problems aren't going away. Here's eight AI ethics issues that persist.
At day 2 of Atlassian Remote Summit, the digital teamwork vendor sharpened its work management credentials with updates to its Jira Align work tracking tool
Atlassian adds automation to its Jira platform to help relieve distributed teams of some of the collaboration 'tax' of remote working
Education and a mindset change that are technology enabled are needed for the future. Are we ready?
Why mass (forced) adoption of remote working will accelerate nascent trends in the construction industry
Lockdowns and pervasive WFH has made people more reliant on home technology and will shift preferences as they consider new homes and apartments. The Coronavirus crisis spares no industry, but provides opportunities, not just pain.
A recent Westminster eForum in London on data portability added to debate around Smart Data policy and practice, a topic with global applicability.
Cloud ERP sales aren't dead - but they've changed practically overnight. Does ROI selling resonate where tech hype doesn't? Yes, but as Acumatica's Geoff Ashley explained to me, VARs must go back to the future first.