Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants to help the world come together as a unified community. That's nice, isn't it? So, how's that going to work in practice? Well, funny you should ask...
As vendors bolt on acquisitions to build a Frankenstein's monster and hold onto market share, Raju Vegesna of Zoho asks if there's a better way to meet the needs of customers
Brewing up a strong data foundation with Tableau - Starbucks gains critical insight into consumer behavior, store usage and...er, restrooms
Starbucks use of data analytics has enabled it to pivot to meet changing customer behaviors during the COVID crisis.
Users will be able to present their COVID-19 vaccination records via digital wallet - but ethical questions will likely arise in response.
Brexit means it's time to move UK user data to the US and away from the EU's GDPR regime...
GDPR Is a European data protection success story, yes? Well, yes...but it could also be a complicating factor in trying to secure a post-Brexit data adequacy deal between the UK and the EU.
Microsoft has conjured up the ugly face of teamwork analytics with its Productivity Score but the data can also be used in a good way
The Westminster eForum debated data protection and a major challenge to business and IT leaders - the B-word.
Today's smart devices come with a hidden price tag for all of us. Zoho's Raju Vegesna explains the concept of sensory surveillance and why you should care
Suppression vs surveillance - is it healthy if COVID-19 leads the public to compromise on privacy for a greater good?
Track-and-trace apps are being rolled out in the name of suppressing and managing COVID-19, but there remains the potential for any surveillance tech to be abused. Is the public ready to compromise on privacy for the greater good?
Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair - why government needs a different political dialogue to bring the public on side in the tech revolution
People will trust governments that display a consistent application of risk calculus, argues Tony Blair - and Amazon should be involved in COVID logistics.
Speakers at one of the UK’s biggest music conferences expose how digital opportunities are being missed by both musicians and their distributors.