Pat Martlew

Patrick Martlew is a technology enthusiast and editorial guru that works the digital enterprise beat in London. After making his tech writing debut in Sydney, he has now made his way to the UK where he works to cover the very latest trends and provide top-grade expert analysis.

A profile of cybercrime in Latin America

A profile of cybercrime in Latin America

We take a look at cybercrime in Latin America, in terms of why it's unique and why businesses should be paying attention.

5 important traits of the modern IT developer

5 important traits of the modern IT developer

We take a look at a survey that profiles the modern IT developer, assessing it in terms of 5 key traits.

Upheaval in IT operations? How Dynatrace envisages AIOps and NoOps

Upheaval in IT operations? How Dynatrace envisages AIOps and NoOps

As cloud infrastructure and software gets more and more complicated, APM vendors call for a reimagining of DevOps, with AIOps and NoOps rising to the fore.

Why privacy investments are now seeing some impressive returns

Why privacy investments are now seeing some impressive returns

Privacy investments have long been thought of by business leaders as primarily a cost-centre, however new research suggests there are some serious ROIs to be had out of bolstering your privacy profile.

EU vs US: MessageBird founder on why Europe's tech scene is set for 2020 glory

EU vs US: MessageBird founder on why Europe's tech scene is set for 2020 glory

With a flurry of billion-dollar valuations and a serious venture capital surge, 2020 could be the year that Europe makes some big gains on the US when it comes to tech.

Laying down pipelines: how the Continuous Delivery Foundation is working to simplify DevOps and CI/CD

Laying down pipelines: how the Continuous Delivery Foundation is working to simplify DevOps and CI/CD

Implementing CI/CD can be a monumental task when it comes to implementing a strategy and selecting tools. The Continuous Delivery Foundation is looking to make that whole process a little easier.

In memoriam: remembering the tech leaders we lost in 2019

In memoriam: remembering the tech leaders we lost in 2019

We remember the tech pioneers that passed away in 2019.

Demystifying the black box: IBM on how to get started with AI

Demystifying the black box: IBM on how to get started with AI

IBM's Rob Thomas talks through to get started with AI, and some common pitfalls.

Security of Things: SentinelOne on how IoT will 'fix itself' like an immune system

Security of Things: SentinelOne on how IoT will 'fix itself' like an immune system

We speak with Caleb Fenton of SentinelOne about how the IoT security sphere is set to evolve, and whether it is all 'doom and gloom' for implementors.

Rising star: a snapshot of Singapore's innovative AI approach

Rising star: a snapshot of Singapore's innovative AI approach

AI is set to be the one of the biggest economic opportunities of our time and Singapore's plan to bolster adoption and development is certainly worth paying attention to.

Threat hunting: how organisations can go looking for new attacks

Threat hunting: how organisations can go looking for new attacks

Detection and response solutions work well to a point, but many in cyber security believe organisations need to be more proactive. We speak to Talos security lead Martin Lee about the rising practice of threat hunting and whether it's...

VMware talk about Kubernetes, edge computing, and the ever so difficult question of when to modernise

VMware talk about Kubernetes, edge computing, and the ever so difficult question of when to modernise

VMware have led discussions around virtualisation for many years, but as containers take the world by storm, the company is evolving to support them. We speak to VMware about its upcoming Kubernetes offering, Project Pacific, as well...

Distributed headaches: Link11 on the renewed rise of DDoS attacks

Distributed headaches: Link11 on the renewed rise of DDoS attacks

DDoS is on the rise again and botnets are becoming more sophisticated. We speak with Link11 Managing Director Marc Wilczek to investigate why this is the case and what organisations should look out for.

iPaaS 2.0? Dell Boomi's vision for the future of integration

iPaaS 2.0? Dell Boomi's vision for the future of integration

Digital transformation priorities shift all the time, but one of the biggest technologies underpinning it might be changing too. Dell Boomi outlines why they think the iPaaS vendors of today are the data management vendors of...

Broadening horizons: Huawei looking forward amid US bans

Broadening horizons: Huawei looking forward amid US bans

In building its own ecosystem and attempting to lure developers to the table, Huawei is building a contingency strategy in case of further global tensions.

A snapshot of AI's dark side, part two: privacy nightmares

A snapshot of AI's dark side, part two: privacy nightmares

In part two of our snapshot of the darker side of AI, we talk to Charlotte Walker-Osborn, partner with global law-firm Eversheds Sutherland, about AI's impact on data privacy.

A snapshot of AI's dark side, part one: warfare and bias

A snapshot of AI's dark side, part one: warfare and bias

In part one of our snapshot of the darker side of AI, we talk to Charlotte Walker-Osborn, partner with global law-firm Eversheds Sutherland, about the more controversial uses of AI and whether a truly neutral Artificial Intelligence...

High-performance computing: a worthwhile investment for enterprise firms?

High-performance computing: a worthwhile investment for enterprise firms?

HPCs are increasingly moving from research-based organisations and becoming more useful for the enterprise. We take a look at current adoption rates and outline some of the reasons firms are implementing HPC.

Insider threats: what is behind the employee-led cybersecurity disaster

Insider threats: what is behind the employee-led cybersecurity disaster

As external threats continue to dominate headlines, we take a look at the insiders that are frequently proving much more dangerous.

Evolution of the CDO: is time almost up for the C-suite's digital kingpin?

The Chief Digital Officer (CDO) was brought into organisations to drive their crucial journeys towards cloud and digital proficiency. With many companies now having effective strategies in place, is it time for the CDO to step aside? ...

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