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Essential during the coronavirus pandemic, online trials could now help court systems around the world address their lengthy backlogs.
A combination of legacy operational technology and modern digital systems creates security flaws for hackers to exploit.
Ringfencing EU customer information on the continent is a positive step, but not a complete solution to data transfer issues, experts say.
The likes of Uber and Lyft could soon face greater regulation in the US, but they are unlikely to accept it without a fight.
Today’s CEOs expect their technology leaders to drive growth, writes guest author Cathy Holley. For some, this requires a shift in mindset.
The Baltic state is digital in all things – except authenticating applicants to its pioneering e-Residency programme, which so far must be done in person, government CIO Siim Sikkut tells
Businesses seeking to implement a net-zero cloud strategy must choose their provider carefully, as approaches to carbon emissions vary.
Researchers hope an online game will spark a debate about the validity of ‘emotion recognition’ technology.
New 'as-a-service' model will transform Dell's business but it faces stiff competition from rivals offering hybrid cloud solutions.
New proposals aim to deliver a "level playing field" for all but have been designed with Beijing in mind, experts say.
Covid-19 is driving the emergence of smaller, more affordable tech hubs in the US and Europe, enabling the industry to tap into a more diverse pool of talent.
The UK public sector's three most senior technology leaders outlined their ambitions for digital transformation – and two new vacancies.
In the wake of the pandemic, regulators and clients want financial institutions to prove they have a positive social impact. That could spur a new wave of innovation with data.
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