TRENDS

Friday Rant: Tech Trends Tend To Be Trash

Just because two or three events occur doesn’t mean there’s a new zeitgeist

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

BT’s EE Play Shows Its Appetite For Adventure

We should at least credit BT for its expansive, aggressive manoeuvring

SECURITY

Top Tips: Evaluating file sync and share solutions

Five important security questions to ask when evaluating file sync and share vendors

BUSINESS IT ALIGNMENT

Friday Rant: Everybody Hates the IT Guy

Undermining and diminishing IT chiefs and workers is rife

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

Cameroon: Kebisu Helps Get Girls Into Tech

Kebisu, a web tutoring platform helps get 8 – 18 year old girls into STEM field careers

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Book of Entrepreneur Tales Stands Out From the Crowd

Linda Rottenberg covers the dreamers who set up business from unlikely beginnings

INTERNET TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT

Top Tips: Five Things No-One Tells You About Web Conversion...

There are lots of things about CRO no-one talks about, here are our top five...

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

How Argentina’s Globant Listened to Its People

Despite rapid growth, Globant rejected flash offices in favour of staff convenience

DATA MINING

UK: Data Saves Lives

How can the NHS make the best use of big data?

IT & SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT

The Middle East: Tech Talent Amid Troubles

The author of Startup Rising provides a more positive perspective on the region and its entrepreneurs

INTERNET

News Roundup: Internet Parties, e-Residents and RIP Clip...

A roundup of the week’s tech news including Indiegogo Insurance, Google for Kids and Succession Plans.

HUMAN RESOURCES

Friday Rant: Employer, Stop Following Me!

New technology means that companies can track their staff everywhere, not just at work. Sounds great, doesn't it?

HANDHELD TECHNOLOGY

Cool Business Tech (Google Glass, Today’s Bri-Nylon?)

We investigate the FLUX Innovation Lounge, a permanent home for fun new tech

DATA PRIVACY AND SECURITY

Microsoft Comment: Pledge to Safeguard Student Privacy

Microsoft VP of Education comments on student privacy safeguard

SOCIAL NETWORKS

Africa’s Middle Class: Online Activism Spreads Offline

More online sentiments in Africa are now being voiced through offline activity, including activism. What should government and brands learn?

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Martin Veitch is editorial director of IDG Connect.He has spent over 20 years writing about technology and business. He has interviewed Steve Ballmer, Michael Dell, Marc Benioff and many other luminaries of the tech sector and has held senior roles at publications including CIO, ZDnet and IT Week.

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