Keri Allan

Data privacy in 2022 – are you still compliant?

What is the metaverse and why should you care?

What is the metaverse and why should you care?

Whether you think it’s a gimmick or the future of the internet, the era of the metaverse has arrived. But what exactly is it and how might it affect your business or career?

Employers: workplace training must move with the times or risk losing staff

Employers: workplace training must move with the times or risk losing staff

How immersive technologies can help to upskill and retain staff in the midst of a talent and recruitment crisis.

Is 2022 the year of clean cloud?

Is 2022 the year of clean cloud?

As organisations look to lower their environmental impact, they’re choosing partners that put sustainability first. This is why clean cloud will be a key battlefield in the public cloud market this year.

Cloud computing trends for 2022

Cloud computing trends for 2022

From cloud native and SASE to business technologists and industry clouds, we take a look at the top cloud computing trends for 2022…

Live facial recognition technology – friend or foe?

Live facial recognition technology – friend or foe?

Live facial recognition technology offers many benefits, but concerns still abound regarding privacy and data protection. We ask whether the benefits outweigh the risks, and how public trust in the technology could grow.

Techfugees – empowering refugees through innovation

Techfugees – empowering refugees through innovation

Techfugees is a non-profit that’s established hundreds of projects around the world aimed at improving inclusion and opportunities for displaced individuals. We talk to its CEO about changing the narrative around migration, the need...

Nation state cybercrime is a bigger threat than you might think

Nation state cybercrime is a bigger threat than you might think

With cybercrime reported as a primary means of revenue for North Korea, experts are highlighting that nation state cybercrime is more of a threat to businesses than many currently think…

Coders push back against offensive terminology

Coders push back against offensive terminology

A number of organisations are leading the charge in getting offensive, exclusionary terminology removed from the computing world.

How digital health passes will help us get back to work

How digital health passes will help us get back to work

Digital health certificates, often called vaccine passports, are being heralded as the answer to improving business and consumer confidence post-pandemic. But how exactly can they help organisations get back to business?

Closing the charity sector's digital skills gap

Closing the charity sector's digital skills gap

Many charities have been constrained by a lack of digital skills and strategy. However, as with other industries, the pandemic has accelerated digital transformation within the non-profit sector. Has this helped, or potentially caused...

Is your business “quantum ready”?

Is your business “quantum ready”?

As governments race to get the leading edge in quantum computing, how much time and energy should enterprises invest in the technology, and getting “quantum ready”?

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