The Global Legal Hackathon was a resounding success. Here's what we discovered in London.
The European Union has come under increasing pressure from the public to force global technology companies to pay their fair share of tax.
Prime Minister Theresa May has laid out the ‘hard facts’ of Brexit and has said that the UK will be leaving the EU’s Digital Single Market.
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?
With the deadline looming for GDPR compliance, Workday's Chief Privacy Officer sets out 6 steps to help HR teams bring employee data into line
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
A single place to turn to when the internet giants get above themselves with your data - a strong recommendation from doteveryone.
Marketing executives and IT decision makers can help organisations cope with growing customer concerns and regulatory pressures.
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
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.