From doubts about GDPR to affordable private cloud: Here's our interview highlights from 2018

From doubts about GDPR to affordable private cloud: Here's our interview highlights from 2018

When looking for information on the tech scene, the best people to talk to are the individuals driving the industry forward. With this in mind, we constantly keep an eye out for interesting tech professionals to talk to on a range of issues, from diversity in the workforce, to how AI can be used by security professionals.

These last 12 months have seen us speak to everyone from c-suite executives, to academics, and even start-up founders to bring you a wide range of insights from the world of B2B tech.

Here's our pick of the most interesting conversations we've had this year:

Workplace puts Facebook on a business community mission

Five months on, GDPR doubts remain for this lawyer

iRobot CEO Colin Angle on robotics, mapping and assisted living

Romania has the funding and tech-knowhow, but needs business knowledge to go global

Mark Shuttleworth's next mission: making private clouds affordable

An introduction to the Chinese-language underground

How tractor seller John Deere became a technology company

Blockchain technologies face a maturity problem

Meet one of the early (pre-JavaScript) VR pioneers

Zoom CEO flying, thanks to videoconferencing usability

Q&A: Could deception technology be the answer to today's cyberthreat epidemic?

Where next for Github?

IT Careers: How to become a Blockchain Engineer

Anaplan CEO: We no longer fit the traditional startup model

Q&A: Diversity holds the key to overcoming the cybersecurity skills gap

Is Artificial Intelligence helping or hindering IT defenders?

Malwarebytes CEO Marcin Kleczynski answers readers' questions

Does a lack of talent threaten to undermine tech diversity?

An introduction to AI for security professionals


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