Mark Zuckerberg - defender of freedom of speech or tech CEO ignoring the dangers inherent in abuse of his platform?
The story of a CEO. The story of a cloud company. And the story of the need for business to embrace the idea that values create value.
The worst person Donald Trump ever met is about to take charge of "a Europe Fit for the Digital Age"
Margrethe Vestager is about to become a lot more powerful and has the US tech sector in her sights.
In conversation with Box CEO Aaron Levie at BoxWorks 19, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty talks tough on data privacy regulation and trust in technology
Three national governments cast Facebook in the role of putting children at risk by refusing to step back from end-to-end encryption. What's the real agenda?
The Court of Justice of the European Union has been busy over the past couple of weeks with a series of rulings that have major consequences - one way or another - for regulation of digital platforms.
Enterprise hits and misses - DevOps gets a security overhaul, analytics gets ROI, and DoorDash gets hacked
This week - DevOps gets one step closer to DevSecOps as security grabs the headlines. Lessons for analytics ROI are revealed and questioned. DoorDash gets hacked, and earns a fragrant whiff in the process.
Turns out GDPR compliance wasn't as easy as it was supposed to be - and California's version will be no different
New research from Capgemini finds that GDPR compliance wasn't as easy to achieve as organizations thought it would be. What learnings are there for forthcoming legislation around the globe?
Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Will Oracle take full responsibility for customer data in its autonomous cloud?
Oracle CTO Larry Ellison took to the stage yesterday to say that ‘it’s on Oracle’ and the autonomous database to protect data, not the customer.
Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Oracle beefs up cloud security, announces three new features to build on Autonomous Database success
Can Oracle’s autonomous features - removing the need for human management - be a competitive edge in a world where buyers are so security conscious?
Boris Johnson's Incredible Hulk posturing is ridiculous; the prospect of a No Deal Brexit is no laughing matter for the tech sector.
More data privacy problems for social media giants as Facebook makes a play to claim thought leadership. Yeah, good luck with that.