Blockchain is not a silver bullet for fraud prevention

Hailed as a tamper-proof public ledger, blockchain is a welcome weapon in the fight against fraud, but it is not the panacea some believe it to be

Automation and public sector jobs

Automating some public sector jobs may be inevitable, but it presents opportunities to rethink priorities and create new roles

Essential education: future jobs must be taught with tech

Applications of technology in classrooms can add great value, but leave room for the human interactions of skilled teachers

Cryptocurrency: restoring reputation for the future

man looking at screen with code on it

In the early days, cryptocurrencies may have been misused by the underworld, but criminals should watch out as cryptos come clean

Let’s make initial coin offerings a safer way to invest

HM Treasury building

An urgent need remains to safeguard cryptocurrency launches and fundraising from cash-grabbing scammers

Cryptocurrency regulation becomes a top priority

Cryptocurrency regulation is needed

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies seem on the cusp of revolutionising global finances, but regulators are unsure of how to deal with such an innovation

Chief data officer: the role leading business transformation

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The chief data officer has become an important business leader, unlocking commercial value and influencing company strategy

How international regulation could stifle cryptocurrencies

Christine Lagarde IMF

International regulation of cryptocurrencies may be a necessity, but should not stifle opportunities offered by such an exciting new market