Visibility, automation and accountability are essential
Michael Sturrock, of the Direct Marketing Association UK, argues that the measures introduced by the Creative Industries Sector Deal will help address the UK skills gap
Facebook's future has been in question for years as it fails to attract young, new users
Is government and industry really doing enough to prepare youngsters for an increasingly-connected workplace?
Vendors should focus on the benefits of strong security, rather than the fear and uncertainty from not having it
The IoT faces significant compatibility challenges, which could be avoided for blockchain by adopting Hyperledger
Tackling security and global connectivity in logistics
Communications between man and machine rely on context
Making AI work for those looking for work
Pesky youngsters, killing the PC with their smartphones, iPads, Google and cloud apps
Dean Armstrong QC and consultant barrister at Setfords Solicitors, explains the key concepts organisations must consider to ensure GDPR compliance
Fewer than one in ten small businesses fully understand the consequences of the GDPR
The health service must do more with less, and that is driving digital transformation
Sanderson's Mary Worthington runs down the most important things you should be doing now to get GDPR ready before May 2018
Organisations need to adopt a smarter approach if they are looking to achieve a return on digital
Augmented reality will be the next technology battleground - but who has the advantage?
How can you turn a necessary software refresh into a business opportunity?
Greater manufacturing efficiency versus the inevitable threat of world domination: what are the pros and cons of adopting AI, asks Paul Cant of BMC Software?
The UK's forthcoming Data Protection Bill ought to simplify matters ahead of Brexit, suggests ForgeRock's Simon Moffatt
SUSE director Danny Rowark explains how the CaaS platform emerged and what it can do for organisations' IT infrastructure
Chas Moloney, director of Ricoh UK, discusses why social media networks and a culture of 'digital dexterity' can help get the best out of a workforce
The availability of anti-privacy tools can lead to copycat attacks
4K, teraflops and all the rest are no replacement for decent games - when is the arms race going to end?
BLM partner Nick Gibbons examines some of the potential pitfalls of drone technology, and the legal and other protections that may be necessary to prevent drone-jacking and hacking