Boris has defied Trump and Huawei will take part in the UK's 5G network rollout. Stand by for a tweet storm...
Data Privacy Day - CEO perspectives on tech's responsibility towards data protection and the greater good
The CEOs of PayPal, Salesforce, Microsoft and Alphabet add their voices to the ongoing debate around the tech industry, regulation and data privacy.
UK faces 'no win' decision over Huawei as the firm's CEO calls the US "over-concerned" about China's capabilities
Bojo's Choice - upset the US or upset China? Meanwhile Huawei founder and CEO says that his firm is ready to fend off US action to undermine its business.
A Davos discussion about what the responsible governance of AI actually mean throws up as many questions as answers - and a few evasions.
WEF 2020 - stakeholder capitalists don't just need to do the right thing, they need to be seen to do it
In an age of social media 'pile ons', accusations of hypocrisy can thrive easily and make fresh demands of advocates of stakeholder capitalism.
Catching up with Tim Kopp, former CMO of ExactTarget, now heading up ABM solution provider Terminus.
Enterprise hits and misses - CCPA brings the trust and privacy heat, drones take off, and the Internet of insecure things is here
This week - CCPA heightens the trust and privacy debate, but what's next? CES may celebrate gadgetry, but around here, drones get a harder look. The diginomica crew makes their best of picks, the tech decade gets reviewed, and the whiffs are epic.
California's CCPA, now in effect, brings data privacy into focus on U.S. shores. But does meeting privacy guidelines like GDPR and CCPA lead customers to trust marketers? Not so fast.
The threat to consumer privacy often makes headlines, but Big Tech companies want to spy on us at work too, warns Zoho's Raju Vegesna
Facebook on track for a win as Europe's top court is advised existing data transfer mechanisms are "valid"
Europe's top court is likely to back an opinion that Standard Contractual Clauses are valid, but Privacy Shield concerns rumble on.
Nothing is rarer in the enterprise than a provocateur with substance. Could Constellation's Steve Wilson be one of those? At the Connected Enterprise 2019 event, I put Wilson to the podcast test - pressing him for context on "Identity is Dead."
Facial recognition technology has an ominous reputation - and for good reason. But are there beneficial applications? Athena Security and D-ID believe the answer is yes. Here's my take on our recent discussions.
Enterprise hits and misses - Black Friday shoppers give their omni-verdict, while data hackers breach and breach again
This week - shoppers issue their first holiday shopping verdict - from the couch. Retail's holiday winners and losers are taking shape. Data hackers and black hats pull off another breach-filled week. Your whiffs include smart devices outsmarting themselves.