US healthcare giant McKesson is moving to the cloud and digital as fast as it can - that means big changes in how it handles data security and identity
The UK is stepping up to tame the internet big beasts - apparently - but is it a case of well-intentioned, but flawed legislation?
Zuckerberg went on breakfast television to spin the latest phase of the mea culpa mantra. A win for Facebook PR, but a bad day for journalism.
Opening its Oktane19 conference today, Okta extends its identity platform with new customization options and more support for developers
Facebook is a leopard that's about to change its regulatory spots, according to CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his Apologist-in-Chief Nick Clegg.
The rapid proliferation of unsecured IoT devices is exposing the end customers of ISPs and other digital service providers to a relentless barrage of cyber attacks. Israeli startup SAM Seamless Network claims to have a solution.
Censorship or fair play? European Parliament takes step closer to controversial copyright regime, but will Big Tech fight back?
The European Parliament signs off on the Copyright Directive, opposed by Big Tech, but backed by musicians and artists. What next?
Enterprise hits and misses - HR takes on AI, and machine learning raises the enterprise security stakes
This week - A big change in tone for HR and AI. Debate - are AI and machine learning assets to enterprise security? And: the unknown unknowns of digital transformation. Your whiffs include highly personalized LinkedIn job offers.
We are where we are with the internet; what's the next step to be taken to provide effective regulation?
A wide-ranging debate in London raises questions that apply on a global scale.
EU digital tax plans are off the table, but national efforts are still on a collision course with Trump
The EU has backed off its efforts to impose a consensus digital services tax, but national efforts go on - and the US is pissed about it.
Sensor failure is a potential new threat to life in the IoT age.