INTERNET

We Were Mostly Wrong: Looking back at 25 years on the web

The World Wide Web is 25 years old and our old assumptions have changed

HUMAN RESOURCES

C-suite career advice: Gabi Malka, Radware

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

ANTI-VIRUS SOLUTIONS

Does ransomware make antivirus obsolete?

Antivirus and whitelisting are the keys to stopping ransomware in its tracks, argues one expert

CLOUD COMPUTING

Slalom terms help Europe swerve cloud contract obstacles

A template approach to cloud contracts promises to accelerate procurement

HUMAN RESOURCES

Typical 24: Bhavin Turakhia, Directi

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…...

MEDICAL DEVICES

Person-to-object interface: Next gen bionics for amputees

How Cambridge Bio-Augmentation System is looking to solve the disconnect between artificial limbs and the people they’re attached to

SECURITY

Infosec must learn lessons in preparation from military

Robin ‘Montana’ Williams saw action in the world’s trouble spots and says IT must do better in countering threats

STORAGE SECURITY

The real meaning of… NAND

N is for the NAND gate scandal that the Pentagon tried to hide

INTERNET

News Roundup: Uber wars, Google’s new OS, and unHappy Meals

A roundup of the week’s tech news including drone houses, new VR Intel, and AA battery-powered headgear.

CYBERCRIME

As Olympics ends, hacktivism is threat for next big events

Thomas Fischer of security firm Digital Guardian says choice of hosts could lead to security challenges

SOCIAL NETWORKS

Rant: It’s not Twitter’s fault grey nuance is a bit dull

It is ridiculous how everyone blames social media for the way people communicate on these platforms

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES

Did Uber just get a 3-in-1 deal with Otto?

We explore Uber’s acquisition of self-driving trucks startup Otto.

SOFTWARE & WEB DEVELOPMENT

Why Pokémon Go is inspiring one company to map the world

eeGeo is using open data, VR and AR to build 3D maps and models for businesses and cities but can it make money?

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES

‘Afronauts’ & satellites: What about Africa’s space program?

Why African countries are investing in space technology programs to solve their local socioeconomic needs

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