Trust your manufacturing business to the cloud? Todd Weeks from Plex explains how the MES provider tracks availability, reliability, scalability, and security
The advent of PSD2 means banks have to up their game on interoperable access to data and transactions. But Open Banking faces an API challenge
This week: why cyberwarfare needs a truce, and an automation career session from someone who gets it. Plus: AI-driven "coaching networks" and five emerging trends. The whiffs are plentiful - are you ready to get cognified?
Cyber warfare is combat on the cheap, writes Denis Pombriant, as he sets out the case for an international truce to limit the scope for cyber attacks
Using Dynatrace may have started as an APM exercise, but Virgin Money is already looking at ways to exploit it more, such as pre-production testing of DevOps apps, re-constructing user problems and, maybe, keeping an eye on compliance.
Digital connections add new security risks to the supply chain. Companies including IBM and Maersk believe blockchain may provide the answer
Judges at the Court of Appeal have backed a challenge by Labour deputy leader Tom Watson that the Snooper’s Charter goes too far with mass surveillance.
World Economic Forum 2018 - UK Prime Minister hectors social media investors at expense of stronger post-Brexit pitch
UK Prime Minister Theresa May addressed an audience of billionaires and potential post-Brexit investors at the WEF. So she decided the best use of her speech was to launch yet another attack on Facebook and Google.
Today's digital generation expects efficient, online citizen services. Will 2018 be the year governments get them in order? asks Unit4's Henk Jan Onstwedder
This week: Why PaaS and infrastructure automation matter against threats like Spectre and Meltdown. Also: SEO for 2018, connected car dilemmas, and Davos versus the enterprise. Your whiffs include a slew of whiffy awards, and Facebook's navel-gazing Newsfeed overhaul.
This week: cue the digital skills and contingent workforce debates. Plus: the Spectre and Meltdown chip vulnerabilities buzzkill the shiny new toys at CES. Your whiffs include robots posing as women, Facebook bailing on "M" - and Intel.
The Intel flaw is in the design of the processors it is engineered in, so it can't easily be engineered out. A problem for CIOs that will not go away soon.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) has advertised for the cyber security role, which will see the successful candidate earning up to £70,000.