INTERNET

Friday Rant: The Internet Fridge Fallacy

Do we really need a fridge that connects to the internet?

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Going Global: Doing Business in India

Personal insight into the differences and similarities of doing business in India and the UK

IT PLANNING & MANAGEMENT

Education the ‘Most Progressive Sector’ In the Race To Digital...

New research finds education is the most progressive sector in terms of making the transition to digital maturity

HANDHELD TECHNOLOGY

Will Ubuntu's Linux Tablet Shake Up the Market?

Canonical is planning to launch an Ubuntu Linux-based tablet later this year. Here's why that matters.

HEALTHCARE

West Africa: Tech & the Big Ebola Picture

How can technology really help in the fight against Ebola?

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Top Tips: How the CIO Can Deal With Digital Dynamics Within...

How the CIO can raise their profile and drive business growth.

FINANCE

Ecuador: How New eCash Affects Crypto Currency

Why Ecuador’s decision to adopt a digital currency may have far-reaching implications for crypto currencies worldwide.

HUMAN RESOURCES

Why Business Women Leave Tech-Intensive Industries

We look at Catalyst’s new report, High Potentials in Tech-Intensive Industries: The Gender Divide in Business Roles

PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COLLABORATION

Rolling Out SAP to Brazil – Key Steps and Challenges

How to navigate the tricky waters of legislation, regulation and culture, and achieve success with enterprise software projects.

INTERNET

Keeping Data Secure in the Age of the Connected Device

What does the Internet of Things mean for privacy and security?

SECURITY

The Rise, Fall and Rise of the Macro Virus

Macro viruses are back from the dead. Here’s why, and what you can do.

INTERNET

News Roundup: Politi-Tech, CV Lies and McWearables

A roundup of the week’s tech news including Milky Clouds, M&A Rumours and Tech Bans.

DATA PRIVACY AND SECURITY

Friday Rant: Tech Utopians v Luddites – They’re Both Wrong...

Whether you're for or against the fast-moving digital revolution, you can still learn from the opposing viewpoint.

INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT

The Strategic CIO in A Converged World

Nigel Moulton, CTO EMEA at VCE, argues that the same convergence that gives the CIO opportunities to escape the 80/20 rule creates opportunities for innovation and...

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

STEM Skill Shortage: Lessons From the Financial Sector

It's not just government and the education sector that have to play a part in introducing skilled graduates to a STEM career, the wider STEM sector has a major role...

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