Google today published its 9th Transparency report, which showed that government requests for user information have increased 120 percent since 2009
Founding partner Ira Azulay used to be a “data snob”, he says - but today he’s glad that a tight budget and a tight deadline forced him down the cloud route.
SailPoint and OneLogin sit at opposite extremes of the identity and access management spectrum. Their CEOs discuss mobile, cloud and Europe
The failed vice-presidential candidate and now Fox News shill and all-American reality TV star has been turning her forensic attention to detail on to the decision by ICANN to develop a new governance model for the internet. That'll help.
Supermarket giant Morrisons can't do multi-channel as well as rivals. Now it's managed to lose the bank account details of 100,000 of your own staff in a massive data hack. It's not been the best of weeks.
SxSW had a Bitcoin ATM and at least one taker. Mug or shrewd investor? We shall see but right now I'm thinking mug.
The man who gave us the World Wide Web and kickstarted the digital revolution now wants us to decide what sort of web we want for the next 25 years.
Suhas Uliyar explains how Oracle allows enterprises to easily integrate and customise mobile apps
Identity is one of those moving object topics that is hard to define. I sit with RSA CTO Sam Curry to dive into this difficult topic.
Multinational mining group deploys Box as enterprise content store alongside Jive for 9,000 laptop users on-site at mines in Africa, Latin America
The RSAs deal with the NSA created a controversy that isn't going away. Executive chairman Arthur Coviello dealt squarely with this issue on the opening keynote.
As a patient, it would give me considerable confidence to know that appropriate parts of my medical records are accessible by verified NHS personnel, nationwide before they start selling it to commercial organisations without my knowledge or consent.
The research and innovation benefits of a properly managed healthcare data sharing scheme are obvious, but as is so often the case the roll out of care.data has been mishandled and rushed through seemingly without due care and attention.