IBM Millennials study

Are Millennials a waste of space?

20 February 2015

IBM study shows that Millennials are far from the lazy, entitled, selfish and shallow workers they are accused of being.

Natural Security Alliance

Biometrics and data protection laws

31 October 2014

For companies looking to implement biometric based security, the Natural Security Alliance has issued a set of privacy rules to ensure they comply with data protection laws.

Round table: The big debata

Round table: The big debata

22 October 2014

The ‘big data’ phenomenon has already enabled civil servants to spot fraud and tighten financial oversight; now they’re analysing the wealth of new datasets to create and reshape policies. Stuart Watson listened in at a CSW round table on the subject


Vodafone team up with Dropbox

Vodafone signs exclusive deal with Dropbox

2 March 2015

Vodafone and Dropbox team up to offer exclusive services to Vodafone customers.

FireEye Mobile Threat Prevention

31% Google Play Apps have vulnerabilities, FireEye joins Samsung KNOX

2 March 2015

FireEye have brought their mobile threat prevention product to Samsung KNOX enabled devices

Red Hat OpenShift

RedHat starts community for OpenShift to innovate

27 February 2015

Red Hat has created a community that is hopes will drive innovation within its open source Platform as a Service (PaaS) service OpenShift


Professor Zahir Irani

Build your networking skills with Social Media

28 November 2014

In this article first published in Civil Service World Professor; Zahir Irani explains how social media can help civil service leader to boost contacts and increase knowledge. These lessons can also be applied to the private sector.

Does this map really show data movements?

Time to stop the “Fake” research

7 November 2014

Too many companies are issuing supposed research that is little more than guesswork

Pilar del Castillo Vera

Big Data - the power to transform

22 October 2014

Big data has the potential to completely transform our economy, and public bodies need to bolt-on additional capacity to deal with the change, argues Pilar del Castillo Vera.