IDG Contributing Editor

Data poisoning: how to prevent the threat of biased AI outcomes

Why and when CTOs should bring in external skills

Why and when CTOs should bring in external skills

Despite many organisations retiring their legacy IT systems, finding new answers to ongoing challenges and forging their way ahead for the digital future, it can sometimes feel like every avenue has been explored and nothing is...

Debunking digital transformation and emphasising the employee experience

Debunking digital transformation and emphasising the employee experience

Research reveals that most digital transformation strategies fail, primarily because the employee experience and productivity is overlooked. Can a more people-centric approach improve digital transformation efforts?

Beginning a more mature conversation about cybersecurity

Beginning a more mature conversation about cybersecurity

No system is invulnerable to breaches. So how can businesses withstand any storm and thrive regardless of a threatening landscape? Creating institutional cyber-resilience is ultimately more important than any other measure a company...

4 tech trends reviving the open data ecosystem

4 tech trends reviving the open data ecosystem

As companies collect massive amounts of data to understand their customers and make better informed business decisions, they must glean meaningful insights from dozens, albeit thousands, of different data sources and in multiple...

The rise of the Data Fabric - Has the data lake run its course?

The rise of the Data Fabric - Has the data lake run its course?

Data lakes and data warehouses are still useful, but it’s time to take a new approach to data management.

Inclusivity leads to diversity: How men can be better allies for women in tech

Inclusivity leads to diversity: How men can be better allies for women in tech

A rising proportion of women are developing coding skills compared to the current proportion of female programmers and software developers. Joanna Hodgson, solutions architect lead at Red Hat explains the value that men can bring by...

How knowledge graphs help enterprises contextualise information like the human mind

How knowledge graphs help enterprises contextualise information like the human mind

Enterprises often find difficulty in applying insights from AI because of a lack of context, this is where knowledge graphs come in.

Life on the secure edge: tips for ensuring app performance

Life on the secure edge: tips for ensuring app performance

The adjustment to a new permanently hybrid workforce has created a wave of investment and tooling to secure the new edge of the corporate network. However, with network and security infrastructures becoming more dependent on the...

What’s at the top of the CTO’s to-do list?

What’s at the top of the CTO’s to-do list?

CTOs have a key role; when tech goes down then businesses stop, full stop. So – what key items are on the agenda for the office of the CTO?

Why smart caching can unlock effective remote working across even the most data-hungry industries

Why smart caching can unlock effective remote working across even the most data-hungry industries

Andrew Martin, Senior Sales & Marketing Director EMEA & Managing Director UK at Egnyte, argues that while “pure” cloud platforms are a good fit for some, many businesses – like those working with media-editing software, construction...

Gartner: Three years in … is there such a thing as “GDPR compliant”?

Gartner: Three years in … is there such a thing as “GDPR compliant”?

GDPR has fundamentally transformed how businesses handle personal data around the globe, but implementing such detailed reform comes with its own challenges.

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