Internet of Things (IoT) technologies is extending existing business models and leading to the proliferation of entirely new ones as companies push beyond the data, analytics and intelligence boundaries that held them back in the past.
After a week of anticipation, Apple today filed to dismiss a court order to assist the government in hacking an iPhone, bringing a variety of legal arguments to bear.
When it comes to the internet of things, we can see two types of companies (simplifying).
Companies with an inherent lack of Internet thinking. Let’s call them the incumbent.
And Internet thinking companies. The adjacent incumbent.
EU Commission and United States agree on new framework for transatlantic data flows: EU-US Privacy Shield
The EU-US Privacy Shield is the new framework for transatlantic data flows agreed by the European Commission and the United States.
EIT Digital' Trusted Cloud initiative is an ambitious approach to find a European solution to store digital data and contents, so that consumers and businesses in Europe do not have to worry on where and by whom their valuable digital age assets are handled.
In this article, Kuan Hon asks whether regulations being applied to cloud computing in a way that stimulates innovation. She gives some illustrative examples and argues that the situation needs reconsideration.
Findings by the Synergy Research Group (SRG) reveal that 2015 was the year when cloud computing moved well beyond the early-adopter phase and barriers to adoption continue to diminish. The public cloud sector is the fastest-growing part of the overall off-premise infrastructure market during the 12 months to September 2015.
The BBC’s recent findings reveal these top 10 tech trends affecting business in 2016. The findings are based on interviews with tech firms, telecoms, digital agencies, research analysts, lawyers, and accountants.
Adapt or fail: Tech vendors reinvent themselves as users figure out how to manage in this pervasively connected world. Read the picks for the top 10 tech stories of 2015.
The age of complacent data processing is almost over - organisations should take heed. After four years of tedious but important deliberation, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is finally upon us as a final text, or will be when it is formally ratified by the European Council in early 2016.