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.

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? ...

State of internet censorship: Is the global web becoming less connected?

With countries like Iran and Russia attempting to cut themselves off from the rest of the internet, are we witnessing the dawn of the splintered internet?

Rapid fire or slow burn? A snapshot of low-code in the modern era

In the last few years, visually enabled, low-code platforms have come to the fore after a bit of a hiatus. We assess how differ low-code tools differ from their older counterparts and why they are proving useful for organisations.

Navigating the compliance storm: Talend on tricky GDPR issues and how to solve them

As GDPR celebrates its one-year anniversary, we sit down with Talend senior director of data governance Jean Michel Franco to talk about where organisations are still going wrong and how things are likely to change.

GDPR anniversary: One year on, have we actually gotten any better at compliance?

Now that the dreaded GDPR implementation date is one year behind us, we take a look at why organisations are still struggling with GDPR and where improvements can be made

Rocket to the cloud: AWS on migration strategy and serverless architectures

With public cloud adoption beyond fever-pitch, we sat down with AWS Global Executive Advisory Mario Thomas to discuss modern-day cloud migration strategies and how organisations should be approaching serverless technology.

Heads in the sand: NTT reveals apathetic attitudes towards incident response plans

New research from NTT security says most organisations lack an incident response plan, or don't know what theirs says. Here's why that needs to change and where organisations can start.

Pioneering low-code: Mendix CEO on growing a business in the US

What does it truly take for a technology vendor to orchestrate a successful move to the US from Europe? We spoke with Mendix CEO Derek Roos to find out how he found success as a low-code provider in the States, and the challenges he...

AI arms race: LogMeIn on the rise of intelligent cyberattacks

With AI-based attacks on the rise, we speak with LogMeIn's CISO Gerald Beuchelt to find out who the threat actors are and what organisations can do to prepare.

How the consolidation of tech providers is impacting innovation

Big tech companies are dominating both consumer and enterprise markets around the world. We take a look at how this is occurring and whether a regulatory hammer should be brought down.

Open source a silent killer? CAST talks about their new alliance with Software Heritage

We sit down with CAST Software CEO Vincent Delaroche to discuss the company's new partnership with Software Heritage and how the use of open source code can get organisations into some hot water.

Saving encryption: Thales on the future of quantum cryptography

Quantum computing is promising to totally break contemporary encryption techniques, but should you really be worried? We spoke to Thales eSecurity's VP of technical strategy Sol Crates to find out.

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