When it comes to security issues many in the UK SMB community don’t understand they need it, and don’t know that they don’t understand it. The UK Government is trying to do something about it.
Customer experience is easily broken. But will AI, voice and bots make a difference? Not if we take a “tools will save us” mentality, says Bernard Chung of SAP Hybris.
Professor Brian Cox, academic, CERN scientist and rockstar science evangelist on TV, delivered some helpful, if pessimistic, observations on the state of IT and its capabilities.
Splunk’s security evangelist Matthias Maier posits some thoughts on what is important when it comes to managing GDPR in action.
Amber Rudd says she’s doesn’t need to understand encryption to come to a conclusion on it. Yes, you do, Home Secretary, yes you damn well do!
The British Home Secretary wears her tech ignorance with pride. Sadly she’s not alone, on both sides of the Atlantic. It’s time for a digitally-savvy generation of policymakers.
There are many benefits to the booming digital economy worldwide, but these need to be shared by everyone. That means changing behaviors among nation states, says the UN.
Enterprise hits & misses – Avoiding security worst practices while Microsoft Ignites and Oracle opens
In this edition: Security best practices revealed – but worst practices are all too common. Plus: wrapping a big event week with Microsoft Ignite and kicking off Oracle OpenWorld. And: your weekly whiffs.
Privacy Shield was always lipstick on the data protection pig. An Irish court has issued a ruling that could see the porcine framework reduced to rashers in the near future.
Larry Ellison wants to eliminate human labor and in the process eliminate human error and he’s going to do it at half the price that Amazon would. Oracle OpenWorld is underway!