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From sea drones to security 'fire' drills: Our interview highlights from 2017

No one knows the enterprise technology landscape quite like those who work at the forefront of influential tech companies. And while WannaCry and NotPetya unsurprisingly meant that cybersecurity was the word on most executives’ lips this year, as you’ll see from our list of interviews below, it wasn’t the only topic people wanted to talk to us about. Over the last 12 months, we’ve spoken to everyone from c-suite executives, academics, start-up founders and even members of the Finnish government to bring you a wide range of stories from the world of B2B tech.


Here’s our pick of the most interesting conversations we’ve had in 2017

Blockchain hype exposes areas to be wary about

Why Natural Language Processing is the future of enterprise AI

The latest quantum breakthroughs explained simply

Why companies are giving voice assistants physical forms people can relate to

Africa’s first programming language to teach kids code

Druva CEO sees ‘data search’ issues ahead of GDPR

Experts believe the next WannaCry may go up for sale this Summer

Could an ARM brain chip end neurodegenerative diseases?

Cloudera CEO Tom Reilly on law enforcement and fake news

This ‘Google for the Dark web’ helped me check if I’d been hacked

Ahoy there! There be drones at sea

Cyber-criminals are realising there’s plenty to learn from legitimate business

Renee La Londe tackles the challenges facing female tech leaders

CISO perspective: The rise of massive cybersecurity ‘fire’ drills

How the cloud is being used to heat homes and swimming pools

Driverless boats: How automation is coming to the ocean


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