Improving cyber resilience and transforming legacy technology estates are urgent priorities, says Obama-era IT leader Tony Scott.
President Nicolás Maduro has announced plans to rescue the country's economy by accelerating digitisation. Is it possible and will it work?
After fining financial institutions over $10bn for breaches in 2020, regulators are increasingly focused on data quality.
Increased paperwork to hire EU residents may prompt UK employers to look further afield for technology talent.
New IBM UK CEO Sreeram Visvanathan speaks exclusively about the company's future, opportunities in the cloud, and chatbots.
Voluntary measures alone will not prevent organisations from using artificial intelligence in discriminatory ways, experts have warned.
Covid-19 accelerated enterprise IT's move into the cloud. Vendors who had invested in their cloud offerings reaped the rewards.
European Commission proposes a proactive approach to regulating the Big Tech "gatekeepers" with its Digital Markets Act and Digital Services Act.
Covid-19 has monopolised Europe's policy agenda, but the Digital Services Act will shift focus back onto its ambitious plans for a digital upgrade.
Tools that track employees' working behaviour are in the spotlight. We want to know your views.
A recent AWS outage served as a reminder that businesses are increasingly dependent on a highly concentrated market for cloud services.
An international coalition of workers, social justice organisations and politicians call for legislative action that could impact how digital businesses treat workers.
Will Brexit make the UK more vulnerable to data breaches?