Automation can ensure that data retains its value
Securing support is even more difficult than getting budget or recruiting skilled workers
Rolls-Royce chief digital officer Neil Crockett plans to use big data for efficiency and profit
Customers leaving a personal data trail behind in rental vehicles
Procurement is transforming by adopting big data, says CBI
Who needs a census when the government has access to so much data?
Consumers are confused by current laws, the publication insists
The Bloodhound supersonic car will generate huge amounts of data - and Oracle will share it with the world
New research from Computing reveals that many firms recognise that much can be done with backup data, but only a few actually use it effectively
A panel of experts reveal their errors in launching big data initiatives - here's your chance to learn from their mistakes!
Durham Constabulary to start using AI to assess risk of suspects in custody decisions
Xeon Processor Scalable family coming in mid-2017 will be branded from Bronze to Platinum
Eleven charities fined a total of £138,000 for misusing donors' personal data in fund-raising campaigns
Charities built databases of personal information, screened millions for their wealth and shared data with other charities
Government hopes that four data scientists will help the Ministry of Defence to stay 'one step ahead'
There's more to smart health than what's on your arm
Firms are not above the law
Peter Cochrane considers if we're a 'Big Brother state' or a 'Little Brother society'
Ian Shaylor, Head of Customer Insights and Data, British Gas Business, talks data
Rote learning 'has no joy in it and no creativity and presents no opportunity to see the world in a different way'
Senior data scientist Alice Jacques discuss how she talks to academia and techies to get projects moving
Four key products to get AI boost
Understanding and using data is the sign of a true champion
Ditching catalogues to go digital pays dividends
Machine learning platforms could make data scientist roles redundant, says Pearson CIO