SECURITY

Japan joins the race for cybersecurity leader

In the face of growing threats, Japan bolsters its cybersecurity efforts

MOBILE APPLICATIONS

Latin America warms up to mobile payments

A new payment study seems to identify an emerging class system among Latin American and Caribbean tech users

INTERNET

Rural Hungarians get online

We look at new market research from eNet on the narrowing digital divide in Hungary

BUSINESS CONTINUITY

Brexit – politics vs business

UK politicians aren’t on the same page as businesses

HANDHELD TECHNOLOGY

Robophilia: What’s the psychological impact of sex tech?...

We look at how the rise of sex tech is likely to impact people and society

E-COMMERCE SOLUTIONS

Solving the African shipping problem in eCommerce

Despite the growth of eCommerce in Africa, the problem of shipping has still not been adequately addressed

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

InfoShot: US tech lobbying Q2 2015

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

MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS

Mobile LatAm: A tech hungry market

An insight into LatAm’s mobile phone users and penetration

BUSINESS CONTINUITY

Tech disruptors get backlash from industries they revolutionise...

Disruptive technologies and the sharing economy are playing havoc with business sectors, leading to protests

DATA PRIVACY AND SECURITY

Data deluge poses ethical conundrums on privacy

We don’t yet know how the ability to capture and inspect more information will affect us all

CLOUD COMPUTING

Cloud Supercomputing (part 4): How will it help society?...

In our four-part series we consult a panel of 12 experts to gain their views on cloud supercomputing

DATA PRIVACY AND SECURITY

Chris Froome hack shows how data analytics is eating sport...

An alleged hack of Team Sky highlights the criticality of data in modern sport

CLOUD COMPUTING

Cloud Supercomputing (part 3): Factors in development?

In our four-part series we consult a panel of 12 experts to gain their views on cloud supercomputing

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

C-Suite still ignoring digital disruption

Digital disruption set to displace approximately 40% of incumbent companies within the next five years

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