Does the enterprise have a fake news problem? Yes, if our BS filters get foggy. Fortunately we have smart folks to help us with that - including the Baloney Detector provided by famed scientist Carl Sagan.
California's Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 is still ramping up but already there's a 2.0 version in the works
The Golden State's long journey to the nation's toughest data privacy law is beginning to resemble the old Eagles song where 'You can check out but you can never leave.'
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.
Fear of cyber threats is driving massive enterprise investments, attracting capital but arguably stifling innovation. Are these investments leading anywhere?
What does your business future look like in 2020? These six trends will bring change and new opportunities, writes Oracle NetSuite’s Nicky Tozer
Major NHS trust digital leader on digitising the health sector in the age of austerity in UK healthcare
Who do you trust when you can no longer believe your own eyes and ears?
Zoho WorkDrive rounds out the cloud-based business application vendor's digital teamwork capabilities, offering an all-in-one collaborative canvas
The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (AI) warns that US government R&D funding is not sufficient and that the threat from China is growing.
CIO Tracey Watson is taking a controlled approach to technological change that she hopes will help her organisation to overcome some complex challenges.
Two and a half years into a change programme and London Ambulance CIO says IT is in great health.