Announcements in the Queen's speech on skills have been welcomed, but may do little more than replicate existing schemes.
Essential during the coronavirus pandemic, online trials could now help court systems around the world address their lengthy backlogs.
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 Tech Monitor.
The prospect of jobs being lost to machines is a common concern in times of hardship. Reskilling and protecting workers can help.
IT projects must come with a strong return on investment to get the green light from finance chiefs.
In a suspected attempt to defraud employers, cybersecurity professionals have received offers to help fake candidates win jobs then outsource the work.
An ambitious new data inclusion target needs strong partnerships, and IT leaders can play their part.
The four main contenders "missed opportunity" to address the pledges in the new London Tech Manifesto.
Three Tui flights were overloaded after its booking system classified anyone with the honorific 'Miss' as a child. "Technologies discriminate by design."
As companies prepare to reopen their offices, a new report says that confusion around flexible working is hitting staff with caring responsibilities.
The ability to switch off from work must be enshrined in law to ensure it helps - not hinders - employees.
An AI-powered Digital Command Centre allowed Abu Dhabi's largest oil company to model Covid-19 scenarios and plan for the worst.
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