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

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

TechUK President: Diversity makes good business sense

Getting more girls into STEM makes practical sense, says TechUK’s Jacqueline de Rojas.

APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT

Where will the ‘killer app’ of chatbots come from?

Expedia examines the growth of chatbots so far and suggests the travel sector is quietly leading the way forward

DATA INTEGRATION

Only Connect: The challenge of making connected cars a reality...

A new approach to IP networking will be needed for connected cars to flourish

INTERNET

Rant: Whatever happened to good customer service?

Technology should be helping not hindering customer service

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

New UK security handbook provides local, board-level cyber...

Directors and board members desperately need understandable security information. Now a series of free local handbooks strives to fill the gap.

SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURES

Rant: Microsoft’s power base still makes it formidable

Microsoft might no longer be regarded as a predator but it retains a central position on our computers

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES

Driverless cars: Infrastructure must prepare for 2025

A UK perspective on what needs to happen before our driverless future arrives

CUSTOMER SERVICE

Learning from machines: The customer service shift

Adrian McDermott of Zendesk looks at how machine learning is changing customer service

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

Digital skills gap an opportunity, says AWS UK boss

Amazon Web Services launches new scheme to widen digital talent pool.

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES

Open versus proprietary: A battleground for smart home systems...

Thomas Rockmann of Deutsche Telekom discusses ‘open versus proprietary’ in the smart home market

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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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