MOBILE APPLICATIONS

Saatchi Gallery: Is a Rembrandt self-portrait in a digital...

New Huawei sponsored selfie exhibition opens at London’s Saatchi gallery

DATA PRIVACY AND SECURITY

Don’t bury your head! Make a data breach response plan

Creating a plan of action for the event of a data breach makes sense – here’s how you do it

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES

Personal reality bubbles aren’t a future I want

Technology is meant to connect, but too much immersion only disconnects

CYBERCRIME

How to keep up with the changing face of cybercrime

CFC Underwriting discusses the increasing demand for cyber insurance in the UK (although nothing compared to the US)

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES

Wearable Tech Show: VR & AR still stuck in the era of 90s...

Another year, another set of analogies about how this is still the early days.

SOFTWARE & WEB DEVELOPMENT

DevOps disillusionment: Nobody said it was easy

The hype over continuous delivery needs to be balanced by realism

ANALYTICS SOFTWARE

The triangular revolution in TV, sport and digital

Television, the world of sport and ICT are spurring each other on to do better

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES

IBM’s big bet on ‘cognitive computing enabled’ IoT

IBM opens new $200M headquarters for its Watson Internet of Things (IoT) business in Munich, Germany

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

More robots, more freelancers, more openness: Samsung’s...

In its new Open Economy concept, Samsung outlines a new way of structuring organizations.

DATA CENTER

Behind the (tech) scenes at the Berlinale film festival...

We take a look at some of the technology behind the Berlinale film festival

SOFTWARE

The power of artificial intelligence at work

Why AI is better suited for the workplace than at home.

SECURITY

Security companies may need to find new ways to educate...

Verizon’s second annual Data Breach Digest aims to tell the real-life stories behind the security stats

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES

What tech does a city need in order to be classed as 'smart'?...

Gavin Wheeldon, CEO at Purple, takes a look at the rise of smart cities

ANTI-VIRUS SOLUTIONS

First-generation sandbox solutions do not beat evasive malware...

Malware writers and sandbox providers are engaged in a bitter fight over your network

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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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