Drilling down on research on the business phases of pandemic recovery and how data plus AI-powered automation is critical to many post-pandemic business strategies.
A critical look at what might happen to our cities if we get deliveries by drone.
There's a deal on the table for a new future for TikTok that appeases the US government and benefits Oracle and Walmart. But there are also still questions to be answered.
Some diverse, exciting technology innovations around drone technology, all of which demand a big dose of common sense from the sector and its regulators.
The EU will embed ‘strategic foresight’ into its policy making going forward - a key part of which will consider the trading bloc’s digital resilience.
As countries around the world face an ever-deepening digital skills crisis, the solution to the problem should be global collaboration.
'There is no practical reason why trust in AI cannot be created now' - Rolls-Royce's bold ethical initiative takes shape
Rolls-Royce CEO Warren East explains the background to a major new AI initiative intended to build trust and ethical deployment across multiple industry sectors.
The EU’s interest in its Gaia-X infrastructure is just one example of what could become an international rush towards national interest-driven, inward-looking towards parochial centralisation of the Internet, which would fracture as a global entity and become a set of state-bordered and state-governed Wide Area Networks.
Can the UK's 'Amazon tax' survive Brexit expediency, MAGA electioneering and threats to bump up costs to consumers?
The UK's Digital Services Tax is rumored to be set for the chop, only months after coming into force. Brexit-driven pragmatism may beat out political posturing sooner rather than later.
Many firms, consultancies and tech firms are publishing suggestions for businesses to digitally transform and/or re-open during the pandemic. The discounted software and the business guidance are great, but remote work strategies still seem vague and squishy.
101 damnations - privacy activists launch fresh challenge to firms conducting 'illegal' data transfers to the US
Privacy Shield is dead, but there's more denial on view about the validity of some data transfers than you'd find in a Monty Python parrot sketch.
Oracle and Salesforce hit by €10 billion privacy violation class action - and there's an Elliott Management angle to stir the pot further
Oracle and Salesforce deny allegations made by The Privacy Collective in what could be a precedent setting legal tussle that rumbles on for years.
'What if...' scenarios are a big part of the new reality for all CFOs, says NetSuite's Rami Ali.