This year's Data Leadership delegates went away with an updated, in-depth view of how to be an enterprise data leader in 2014

Tomorrow’s release of a documentary about notorious whistleblower Edward Snowden provides unprecedented insight into the critical debate around privacy in the digital age

Until recently, many of the largest enterprises would have considered themselves safeguarded from cyber attacks

2014 has been the year of 5G hype. Information Age takes a more pragmatic look at the future of mobile broadband standards and the implications for organisations' networks.

According to a new Kaspersky Lab survey, over a quarter of organisations have suffered from data loss in the past year, with internal IT threats behind the majority of data loss in business and infrastructure environments

Customers now expect and demand seamless digital services, and that means the technology to provide constant availability

Analyst house says organisations should avoid ‘one size fits all’ answer to complex situations

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A computer still may not be able to pass the test for artificial intelligence as proposed by Alan Turing in the 1950s, but some of the work being done on natural language computing is taking AI in a completely new direction

Enterprises will need to bridge time, budget and skills gaps if they want to fulfil the many promises of mobile apps 

Storing vast amounts of customer and transactional data is no longer enough – leading organisations must actively use it to inform business strategy

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