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6 things Twitter tells us about wearable technology

The online conversation about the wearables sensation.


Published 07 August 2014

Why the future of TV could be plastered all over your wall

Prepare for a whole new world of connected television

Published 01 August 2014

Why are enterprises embracing Everything as a Service?

Cognizant gives us the lowdown on flexible cloud adoption.

Cloud SaaS

Published 01 August 2014

How to make context-aware services work for collaboration

Accenture spills the beans.

Mobile & tablets

Published 30 July 2014

The Internet is much safer than mothers and fathers think

Security firms need to stop stoking the fires of parental paranoia.


Published 29 July 2014

How the Internet of Things supports the big guys

IoT devices present us with a new type of governance.

Published 25 July 2014

Why 'best of breed' CRM could be the sweetest suite of all

"One size fits all" approach can often hinder development, says SugarCRM head.

Enterprise Applications

Published 24 July 2014

WebRTC – the £1bn problem for operators

Sometimes we just want someone to talk to, says OpenCloud.


Published 23 July 2014

Has China’s mobile market reached saturation point?

Where will domestic Chinese brands turn when the country's full up?

Mobile & tablets

Published 22 July 2014

Is it time to introduce a legal obligation for data encyrption?

Increasing risk of threats spurring on need for change, Vormetric chief tells CBR.


Published 21 July 2014

How not to defend yourself against identity theft

A Hewlett-Packard report shows industry practice at its worst.


Published 21 July 2014

Maybe the password isn't so bad after all....

New research from Microsoft is blasphemy for security.


Published 21 July 2014

How women in tech are losing at the top

But female leadership roles in UK tech firms are higher than the US.

The Boardroom

Published 18 July 2014

Could Facebook’s “Buy” button spur the next big retail revolution?

Combining social media with impulse purchases could be a profitable move.


Published 18 July 2014

The right to be forgotten has failed utterly

The EU's ruling both annoys and fails to protect.


Published 18 July 2014

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