Not a publisher, not quite a telco, but definitely in need of regulation...
Zoho takes their B2B data privacy stand - "We will not be part of this industry practice." But will it pay off?
Zoho took a bold stance on B2B data privacy at ZohoDay 2020. That stance has huge implications for their heavy bets on AI - and their avoidance of the public cloud. Here's a look behind the debate.
Enterprise hits and misses - quantum gets real, Koch buys Infor, and Shadow's failed app gets lit up
This week - quantum computing gets a real-world gut check. Koch buys Infor; we analyze. SAP extends maintenance, and Alphabet finally reveals Google cloud earnings. Shadow apologizes for a terrible election app launch; I skewer. And the whiffs keep coming...
A facial recognition app that can find all of the pictures of you on the internet in seconds sounds the privacy alarm bells. Its sketchy provenance doesn’t help.
This week - Data Privacy Day comes and goes, leaving a trail of breaches and debates in its wake. IBM does the CEO shuffle, and evokes salty reactions. The diginomica team hits the enterprise tarmac; explainable AI gets a wake-up call. Plus: your weekly whiffs.
Mark Zuckerberg reckons Facebook has tried too hard to be liked. No more...
I agree with Nick - the cynical reading of Facebook's new 'Supreme Court' throws up a lot of important small print
Toothless PR gesture or an independent body with real bite? Facebook's new Oversight Board ticks a lot of boxes, but begs a lot of questions.
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.