Blur the generation lines at your peril, guys
Jos Creese, former Hampshire Council CIO, dispels the myth that the public sector is a cloud laggard
Why pay more for a smart badge when all cars drive themselves in exactly the same way?
First day on the job, and our leaders are already screwing it up
Alexandra Mizzi from law firm Howard Kennedy considers the impact of removing non-compete clauses
McNeil oversaw a £200m IT disaster as CEO of Cambridge's Addenbrooke Hospital, so why has he been appointed NHS CCIO?
Rapid development cycles may not be conducive to delivering safe and reliable smart devices
Good luck to all involved. You will need it
Better the devil we know than a realm of uncertainty
A measly £300 fine? What's the point?
Capgemini thinks big data projects fail because they're in the hands of the internal IT team. I call BS ...
The smartphone market has reached technical maturity and there's not really that much left to argue about
Departments need to work together to drive successful digital transformation doctrines
Still patchy, still slow
V3's Dan Worth urges firms to think about how they can boost their mobile offerings
PC sales continue to decline, but vendors might do more to halt this by using some imagination
It seems 10mbps is now the best they're going to get, but it's a hugely missed opportunity
The term 'data scientist' needs to be better defined to separate business analysts from real data scientists
Apple's loss of market share highlights the threat from China, argues Roland Moore-Collier
James Castro-Edwards of Wedlake Bell LLP explains the potential impact of a Brexit vote on UK data protection laws
The next generation of techies may give Windows a miss thanks to Microsoft's questionable tactics
Cloud needs to fuel innovation not just swallow up IT infrastructure
V3 deputy editor Dan Worth questions why no one at Google stopped the ridiculous idea going live
The Snoopers' Charter is a costly mistake that may do more harm than good