There's a lot more to the IoT than just stuffing sensors in everything - data will have to work together

With the deadline for nominations falling this Friday, there are just two days left to nominate for Europe's most prominent women-in-technology...

Silicon Valley dwarfs the UK tech scene, but that’s not to say the UK shouldn’t look to emulate its transatlantic cousin

Tim Hurles, partner at wae, argues that the collaboration between Apple Pay and TfL could mark the start of a truly 'wallet-less' era in the UK,...

With over a third of employees now working on personal computers with constant access to the distractions of the internet, is the UK workforce...

A more thorough sweep of citizens' data by the UK government might be a privacy compromise but would be far from overkill if it saves lives,...

It has been a year since the right to request flexible working came into law, but there are a number of questions regarding how effective this has...

Businesses need to take responsibility to educate employees and empower a digital-first Britain

Public bodies have inadvertently released sensitive data of UK citizens at least 154 times since 2009

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