The current data protection laws in the EU date back to a Directive adopted in 1995, when the web boasted all of 23,500 websites. Nobody but a small community of IT visionaries saw anything like social media, cloud computing, or big data on the map; and few people had mobile phones.
Autonomous cars took to the streets of Milton Keynes yesterday, and the media and the UK public look on with a combination of amazement, puzzlement and fear. Strap yourself in, this is just the beginning.
Thanks to iPhones, iPads and other devices, we as a society have never been more in tune with technology. Smart home technology continues to make home life more comfortable and efficient and is, without doubt, the future of 21st century homes. However, amongst the endless supply of smart home solutions now available, it can be […]
Question: what is crashing even faster than the pound? Answer: Twitter’s share price. But a new report may point to how the company can start creating more revenue.
Marketing is rapidly becoming one of the most technology-dependent functions in business as digital now plays a crucial role in any marketing strategy’s success. For proof, look no further than the recent emergence of the Chief Marketing Technologist (CMT). Now, with growing power and boardroom influence, the rise-and-rise of the CMT heralds a new and […]
Your enterprise resource planning (ERP) system is the engine room of your business, supporting everything from purchasing through to the supply chain. It’s a business-critical system and with its high status comes anxiety around the best deployment option for a new ERP platform. With a kaleidoscope of cloud options on offer, it’s hard to know […]
Posted on 11th October 2016 in Tech & Innovation.
Samsung has paused Note 7 production– does this put the battle between Apple and Samsung on pause or stop?
Moore’s Law may describe one of the most important drivers of tech over the last few decades – but for some time there has been a view that it is set to come to an end. A new technology advance may give Moore’s Law a new boost.
It’s not always just the big bold technology projects that deliver value to organisations. Readily available technology can simplify the working day significantly for your workforce and have an enormous impact on a business’ bottom line. There are several ways companies can utilise technology to increase their overall net earnings, reduce costs and improve staff […]
Posted on 7th October 2016 in Tech & Innovation.
The technology industry is still failing to tackle its diversity crisis, according to new research by Tech London Advocates.
Google did an Apple yesterday, announcing new phones. It also announced a new speaker that could mark a pretty radical step for artificial intelligence.