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iProov CEO seeks to rebuild online trust in ID

iProov CEO seeks to rebuild online trust in ID

Andrew Bud of secure biometrics firm iProov wants to show that people are who they say they are.

UK software giant Advanced makes quiet progress

UK software giant Advanced makes quiet progress

Gordon Wilson runs a UK software house that’s critical to national infrastructure… even if you’ve never heard of it

Tibco CMO seeks a Netflix-like experience

Tibco CMO seeks a Netflix-like experience

Fred Studer talks about the modern marketing chief role within tech companies.

Mary McDowell steers Mitel through uncharted waters

Mary McDowell steers Mitel through uncharted waters

The Canadian company’s CEO hopes that Covid will lead to a permanent wave in favour of communications.

Mmhmm brings out the performer in video presenters

Mmhmm brings out the performer in video presenters

Pandemic-period startup mmhmm adds a dimension to Zoom and other video tools.

2021: A bluffers’ guide to what may happen in technology

2021: A bluffers’ guide to what may happen in technology

Future-gazing in a time of pandemic, regime change, populism and wave after wave of new technologies. Piece of cake.

Schrems II: What you need to know

Schrems II: What you need to know

A case that began with a complaint about Facebook has snowballed to become a major data protection headache.

Onna CEO is on a voyage of discovery to join up data

Onna CEO is on a voyage of discovery to join up data

Salim Elkhou wants to make enterprise search simpler and connect information islands.

What next for Nutanix CEO Dheeraj Pandey?

What next for Nutanix CEO Dheeraj Pandey?

IDG Connect reflects on one of the most interesting CEOs of modern IT, Dheeraj Pandey, who is stepping down

Intel Fellow on Stephen Hawking and maximising human potential

Intel Fellow on Stephen Hawking and maximising human potential

Lama Nachman is using AI and other technology to augment the brain with digital assistance.

Java is no longer young but retains relevance

Java is no longer young but retains relevance

Java Platform Group chief Georges Saab says the platform Maybe turning 25 (or even 30) but remains vibrant.

Tech means the big return to work won't happen

Tech means the big return to work won't happen

We've moved to Zoomland and we no longer uniformly need offices.

Six thoughts about the TikTok sale

Six thoughts about the TikTok sale

Data harvesting and geopolitics have made the video sharing app a hot property.

Round-the world sailor plots making solo race social

Round-the world sailor plots making solo race social

British sailor Pip Hare wants to share the experience of one of the world's toughest sporting achievements.

H2O.ai CEO tools up for ubiquitous AI

H2O.ai CEO tools up for ubiquitous AI

Sri Satish Ambati wants to make AI as elemental as water.

Ex-BAE security startup seeks to SOC it to security risks

Ex-BAE security startup seeks to SOC it to security risks

Released from the UK defence giant, SOC.OS wants to help midsized businesses deal with the threat deluge.

Rotageek CEO leans on a medical past to schedule better

Rotageek CEO leans on a medical past to schedule better

Chris McCullough founded workforce scheduling firm Rotageek after working for the UK NHS in A&E.

Valley veteran Tom Siebel aims for a three-peat with AI

Valley veteran Tom Siebel aims for a three-peat with AI

The CRM pioneer Tom Siebel wants a third mega-success under his belt.

Huawei battles to foster trust and fight UK snooping concerns

Huawei battles to foster trust and fight UK snooping concerns

The Chinese comms giant Huawei is dogged by US allegations of hostile actions

Amazon buys into self-driving vehicles and shows relentless drive

Amazon buys into self-driving vehicles and shows relentless drive

The company's latest expansion plans could make it a trillion-dollar revenue company

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