Why are CIOs becoming spokespeople for their businesses?

Leadership

Why are CIOs becoming spokespeople for their businesses?

CIOs have more trust and responsibility, and this is leading to more opportunities to be a voice of the company they work for.

News roundup: Saudi Arabia recruited Twitter employees to spy on users, says DoJ

News

News roundup: Saudi Arabia recruited Twitter employees to spy on users, says DoJ

A round up of this week's technology news including Twitter's Saudi spies, Xerox's big play for HP, and Facebook's big, bold rebrand.

Co-working at the crossroads

Business Management

Co-working at the crossroads

WeWork and Primalbase: two different approaches to the office co-working space business

Citizen data science suffers from inflated expectations

Analytics

Citizen data science suffers from inflated expectations

The notion of data analytics being democratised for all of us is overblown

News roundup: China launches 5G ahead of schedule

News

News roundup: China launches 5G ahead of schedule

A round up of this week's technology news including China's 5G rollout, Facebook's Cambridge Analytica fine, and Australia's sketchy new face scanning law.

CIOs will need strong contacts books

Leadership

CIOs will need strong contacts books

How CIOs and CTOs need a little black book of tech change talent

Cybersecurity at the Qatar 2022 World Cup

Cybercrime

Cybersecurity at the Qatar 2022 World Cup

At an event the scale of the World Cup, cyber security will obviously be a big focus. So what risks are associated with the World Cup being held in Qatar?

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

Application 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...

News roundup: Quantum supremacy has been achieved, Google claims

News

News roundup: Quantum supremacy has been achieved, Google claims

A round up of this week's technology news including Google's quantum supremacy, Zuckerberg's Libra grilling, and a phone you can… tickle.

Tech Cynic: Eavesdroppers, hackers, guests and privacy

Data Privacy and Security

Tech Cynic: Eavesdroppers, hackers, guests and privacy

It's not just the manufacturers of home assistants that could be listening to you and your visitors

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