What lessons can the chief information officer of tomorrow learn from the Yahoo! mega-breaches of yesteryear?
As the world of work evolves, so offices are becoming more representative of the diversity, technology and shifting timescales of modern working life
Individuals based at home or in remote offices, scattered anywhere in the world, are part of a rising phenomenon called distributed working
The office of the future will be an inviting and healthy space with varied and flexible high-tech working areas which encourage creativity and collaboration
Once regarded as merely a useful add-on to a website, today accessibility is required not only by UK law, but by an increasingly vocal and demanding public. Organisations need to develop an accessibility policy and act now to avoid legal action – and to prove they value all their customers
Few businesses have a clear idea of each web visitor’s intention or historical behaviour. Such factors are essential in effectively converting them into customers, says Ryan Urban, chief executive at BounceX
Digital technology is now central to UK business, but investment in superfast broadband is in danger of lagging behind global competitors
Smart technology is now extracting greater meaning from more connected information sources with the potential of benefiting society and the bottom line