The increasing adoption of internet-ready devices among computer-literate students warrants a new, more dynamic approach to safeguarding them

Wireless routers are becoming a common target for attacks- but there are ways of securing them

Big data promises a lot of value, but collecting data in the wrong way will mean falling at the first hurdle

The introduction of self-service business intelligence is still perceived by many IT professionals as a loss of control, but it represents a huge...

Prithvi Shergill, chief HR officer at HCL Technologies, reveals how an internal social network has become a bedrock of HCL’s company culture

As the next logical step in consumer-driven IT, companies everywhere are turning their hands to creating their own app stores - this month...

Although training employees is a good first step, it is by no means a sure-fire way to prevent macro-based threats

Moore's law as a rule of thumb has guided the exponential growth of innovation for 50 years - is it about to hit a wall?

Organisations mustn’t repeat their BYOD mistakes – wearable technology is here to stay

The cover of Information Age’s April 2015 issues examines wearable technology's place in the workplace. With the launch of the Apple...

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