James Woudhuysen

James Woudhuysen is Visiting Professor at London South Bank University. A physics graduate, he helped install the UK's first computer-controlled car park in 1968.

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Biometrics

What CIOs need to know about workplace biometrics

Professor James Woudhuysen takes an in-depth look at what biometrics are out there and what they might mean for tomorrow’s enterprise

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Business Management

Forget Apple vs. Uber: Electric cars from China will be the real economic disruptor

Few in the West have taken the full measure of China’s drive toward electric vehicles

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Business Management

Hinkley, cybersecurity, China and the New Protectionism

The UK’s new power stations at Hinkley underline challenges relating to the Internet of Things and security

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Wireless Technologies

The Internet of Things: Some positives, several problems

In this introduction to our special report, the authors see plenty of snags remaining in our IoT thinking

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Security

Navigating the new landscape in cybersecurity

Speakers at the Information Security Forum gave their thoughts on the changing threatscape

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Energy Efficiency

Our hero: Gensets provide critical power where it's needed

Little known to outsiders, generating sets give us fuel where we need it

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Business Management

International Intrigue and a Slow Web in China's Dalian

The cosmopolitan Chinese city of Dalian is booming, thanks to outsourcing, batteries and more

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Mobile Communications

Rant: When Telcos are Terrible at Communication

It’s time mobile operators fixed their networks – and their prose

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Green Business

IT and US Energy: Grids Go Smart, Armed Forces Go Solar

In IT for electricity, only the Pentagon now prefers the supply of photovoltaic power to metering manoeuvres

Communications Services

A Seminal Panic about Defence IT: The Marconi Scam, 1913

100 years on, corruption at a UK telco contains lessons on Snowden, Huawei and globalisation

Poll

Do you think your smartphone is making you a workaholic?