SOFTWARE

AI-as-a-service: IBM and Infosys lock horns but can anyone challenge Google...

We look at what AI-as-a-service really means and which companies might be winners in the space

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

African bootcamps look to develop next generation coders

Moringa School is one organisation helping to train the software developers Africa so desperately needs

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Meet the veteran CEO who survived the first dotcom bust

Rob LoCascio saw the first dotcom boom and bust and lived to tell the tale at online customer service firm LivePerson

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES

C-Suite Talk Fav Tech: Ashley Unitt, NewVoiceMedia

Ashley Unitt thinks Google Glass is the Apple Newton of its day.

CYBERCRIME

Cybercrime more prevalent than traditional crime in UK

The National Crime Agency wants more cooperation between the Government and businesses.

Dell hybrid-cloud payment option is another step towards ‘as-a-service’

Dell announced the EMEA availability of its Cloud Flex Pay service today

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES

Workplace automation: Is the UK worried?

The panel at Tech for Britain discusses whether we should fear workplace automation.

INTERNET

One year post-earthquake, Nepal tries to get back online

Can Nepal’s internet emerge stronger and more resilient?

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Dan Lyons’ ‘Disrupted’ tale of a dystopian startup

Life at a technology startup is like joining a cult, if writer Dan Lyons’ account of working for Hubspot, is typical.

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

Why extra online learning might be necessary to help graduates succeed

Rick Levin, CEO of online learning company, Coursera discusses ways to tackle the skills gap

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Can Brazil’s problems actually fuel tech growth?

Is 2016 a ‘lost year’ for Brazil tech industry or is it a reawakening?

HUMAN RESOURCES

C-suite career advice: Richard Walton, Avirtual

We ask industry leading C-suite professionals for their expert career advice...

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES

Deluded: Tech-obsessed car industry could be missing real threat

An inventor thinks the car industry is deluded in assuming threat will only come from software companies

What will be the next biggest technology to disrupt business?

Industry insiders tip blockchain and AI as the next biggest disrupters for business

HUMAN RESOURCES

Typical 24: Patrick Tickle, Planview

IDG Connect is looking to speak to IT, business and marketing professionals across the spectrum to discover more about their very different, typical working days…...

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Unpredictable Softbank chances its ARM on IoT with acquisition

The massive purchase of the British chip designer ARM by Japan’s Softbank may be based on hopes for the Internet of Things

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