California's new data protection regime kicks in in January and Microsoft plans to extend its benefits to all US customers.
Alongside Microsoft and the Social Tech Trust, Sadiq Khan is asking for start-ups to submit ideas to tackle London’s biggest problems.
It's always a bit awkward to know you have to ask an executive a question they can't answer. But that led us to a fruitful conversation about the triumph of data "nerds" - and the work that's unfinished. Understanding that bit is the key to Looker JOIN 2019.
Everyone has to continuously adapt in a fast-changing world - here's how talent experience is evolving at Cornerstone
Who do you trust when you can no longer believe your own eyes and ears?
The power of data analytics to deliver objective truth - two social good use case exemplars make the point
The power of data in helping to solve some of the world’s most intractable problems should not be underestimated. Here are two use case exemplars to illustrate the point.
Enterprise hits and misses - employers vs. the IT talent crunch, SAP, Microsoft and ServiceNow vs. the world?
This week - the tech talent shortage puts pressure on employers - but are they playing their skills cards right? A notable post on shifting enterprise software alliances gets the punditry speculating. Event season rolls on, and so do we. But some drivers run into problems in the whiffs section.
Government’s lack of data and performance monitoring leads to “crisis-cash-repeat” cycle for funding public services
Think tank Institute for Government has released its 2019 performance tracker for nine public services and assesses the impact of future government spending.
M&S has major transformation plans, but its online aspects are flat performers.
The Westminster eForum on AI skills and research excellence finds that ethics should be core to a country’s ambitions. But what does that actually mean?