Synthetic DNA could prove to be a new route into critical systems
Part of a wider move towards a more open environment - however much of an oxymoron that might be
Pyramids, Ponzi schemes, MLMs - the crypto-currency market has traces of all of them. How do you sort the good from the bad?
Requirements to store data in China could make intellectual property and trade secrets more vulnerable, analysts say
Accusations of cyber attacks have recent plagued elections worldwide. The UK's analogue system is more resilient - but the voters are not
A panel of experts reveal their errors in launching big data initiatives - here's your chance to learn from their mistakes!
New features to improve connectivity and integration
Being a digital native is a big help, says CIO Bill Wilkins
How textile firm has tagged up millions of items to smooth out its operations
System helps reduce store openings from weeks to days
Royal Free Hospital using new 'Streams' service
Guy Cuthbert talks to V3 about firm's efforts to bring analytics to supermarket supplier base
Machine learning platforms could make data scientist roles redundant, says Pearson CIO
New post designed to to 'enhance data-driven approach to retailing'
Aaron Auld talks to V3 about the potential of the IoT and high-speed data analytics
Machine learning technology improves power efficiency by a claimed 15 per cent
Amazon now offers continuous replication in addition to one-time migration of data
Data Platform Studio can automatically upload SQL databases to the cloud and apply compatibility fixes
Database-as-a-service, geospatial visualisation and support for collation among the capabilities unveiled at MongoDB World
Partnership will create a machine learning system to spot early occurrences of eye problems
MongoDB Atlas available now on AWS cloud, with Azure and Google planned
New engineered systems enable smaller firms to get up and running with an Oracle database
CDO will work in Edinburgh office and report to chief customer officer
Capgemini thinks big data projects fail because they're in the hands of the internal IT team. I call BS ...