Once considered to be a follower, the UK government is increasingly leading the way in technology deployment
Last week's Budget was good news for the future of smart cities
Vulnerability in the iVote system in New South Wales joins Washington DC and Estonia in list of online voting failures. Is Britain next?
The UK and Europe looks set to follow the pattern of costly cyber security breaches seen in the US over the last few years
The changes already happening as a result of 'social selling' are far more wide reaching than the loss of 1,000,000 jobs
The cover star of Information Age's March 2015 issue is Charles Ewen, CIO at the UK's national weather service, the Met Office. For many...
The worst nightmare that CEOs and their board face today is not an unchecked competitive threat or insufficient market capitalisation, but that of...
Continual high-profile internal security breaches prompt a surge in preventative measures against insider threat
Timothy Pinto, senior counsel at Taylor Wessing, examines the privacy and confidentiality issues that currently surround drones
Fashion or health? App developers will no doubt opt for the latter