Cash payments plummeted during the pandemic. Now, some experts are calling for government support to keep cash available to consumers and SMEs.
Abuse and harassment keep women offline, excluding them from opportunities to learn, work and be financially independent
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.
Without the urgency of Covid-19, citizens will need reassurance governments are handling their data appropriately, warns Roger Taylor, chief of the UK's Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation.
The pandemic taught leaders that global crises can happen – and that every risk is a technology risk. How should they prepare for the next one?
New analysis for Tech Monitor shows that IT functions underperform in most factors that promote diversity. Now is the time to address this.
Employee mental health is under strain and technology providers have rushed to offer solutions. But employers should be wary of tech quick fixes.
New analysis of federal lobbying by the New Statesman Data Team shows which legislation Big Tech fought hardest to influence in 2020.
A survey of 13,000 businesses in the EU, UK and US reveals that just under half expect a long-term increase in their use of digital technology.
Remote workers are moving to find more space and employers are relocating. Is Silicon Valley's status as the epicentre of tech under threat?
Attitudes towards AI and automation differ sharply across the globe. This affects if and how they can be implemented.