NETWORKING & COMMUNICATIONS

This month in tech history: August – Communication firsts...

August saw the first transatlantic telegraph cable completed (1858), the first commercial telegram sent around the world (1911), and the first e-mail from space...

INTERNET

News Roundup: Internet for all, Drone airspace and Windows...

A roundup of the week’s tech news including Cheeseburgers, Nokia VR and Obama-approved supercomputers

DATA MINING

IBM’s Big Blue hope: How far can Watson go?

IBM is making a $1bn bet on its Watson cognitive computing effort. How’s it doing?

SECURITY

Jeep hacker warns auto makers over “unhackable”claims

Security researcher Chris Valasek speaks about jeep hacking and why auto manufacturers should never be over-confident about their security systems.

BUSINESS CONTINUITY

Windows 10: Microsoft’s last hoorah or curtain-raiser to...

This might be the last major release of Windows to be so celebrated

HUMAN RESOURCES

Typical 24: Tom Costa, ShowClix, Inc.

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…...

APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT

Kony CEO rides mobility wave

Tom Hogan, CEO of Kony, is capitalising on firms mobilising their workforces

SOFTWARE & WEB DEVELOPMENT

Rant: UI designers lead and we humbly follow

User interfaces change with the weather and the dream of a standard look and feel has been lost

MOBILE APPLICATIONS

Humanise tech to beat distraction and ‘app-ageddon’

We need smarter approaches than the classic single-task apps to optimise our use of IT

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

InfoShot: US tech lobbying Q2 2015

Comparing the year-on-year lobbying efforts of Silicon Valley

SALES AND MARKETING SOFTWARE

Old-fashioned phone is missing piece in omni-channel puzzle...

Everybody’s talking about omni-channel marketing but few mention the old medium that still rules - voice

INTERNET

Can Jet.com out-Amazon Amazon?

A new service is set to undercut Amazon’s retail offers

SECURITY

Ashley Madison: don’t let dead data sleep around

The compromise at the infidelity seekers’ website was all about a failure to delete

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