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Recruiting in the age of the cyber security skills gap

Recruiting in the age of the cyber security skills gap

3 December 2018 / Tech analysts around the world bring up how there’s a severe shortage of cyber security [...]

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Cloud & Edge Computing
The move to the cloud

The move to the cloud

1 November 2018 / The move to the cloud can be daunting, difficult and trying. But, it is also [...]

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Cloud & Edge Computing
Are AWS and VMware really teaming up to take Microsoft’s Azure down?

Are AWS and VMware really teaming up to take Microsoft’s Azure down?

12 December 2018 / At AWS reInvent in Las Vegas last week, it was revealed that AWS and VMware [...]

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Diversity
Why CIOs can have a huge influence on increasing diversity in tech

Why CIOs can have a huge influence on increasing diversity in tech

12 December 2018 / There’s no hiding behind it: as far as diversity in tech in concerned, there’s been [...]

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Maturity of technology is spurring cloud adoption

Maturity of technology is spurring cloud adoption

12 December 2018 / Business goals are not enough to compel companies to move to the cloud — rather, [...]

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Blockchain GDPR solution supports ‘right to be forgotten’

Blockchain GDPR solution supports ‘right to be forgotten’

12 December 2018 / It seems that we are seeing more practical applications of blockchain almost by the day. [...]

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Crypto-agility: the key to ensuring long term website security

Crypto-agility: the key to ensuring long term website security

12 December 2018 / Following the launch of Chrome 70, any certificate issued by Symantec’s Certificate Authority (CA) before [...]

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On the dot appoints international director to drive global expansion plans

On the dot appoints international director to drive global expansion plans

12 December 2018 / On the dot, the machine learning-driven last mile delivery start-up, and part of the CitySprint [...]

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Communications & Networking
How next-generation connectivity will give UK businesses the edge

How next-generation connectivity will give UK businesses the edge

12 December 2018 / If we were to fast forward ten years, we would see that the tech-led future [...]

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Cybersecurity
Online security predictions for 2019

Online security predictions for 2019

12 December 2018 / The breach of the personal accounts of Marriott International Hotel customers, as well as the [...]

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Nominations open for the Women in IT Awards New York 2019!

Nominations open for the Women in IT Awards New York 2019!

11 December 2018 / As part of Information Age’s Women in IT Awards Series, we are today announcing that [...]

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Top five trends for harnessing data in 2019

Day 1 of our tech advent calendar – From data storytelling to using data for good, James Eiloart from Tableau gives his take on the top trends in harnessing data as we head into 2019.

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Top five business analytics intelligence trends for 2019

From explainable AI to natural language humanising data analytics, James Eiloart from Tableau gives his take on the top trends in business analytics intelligence as we head into 2019

 

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Recruitment trends in tech for 2019: Machine learning, AI and predictive analytics

 

Major changes are occurring in the ways human resources and other related professionals find the right people for open positions. Kayla Matthews looks at recruitment trends in tech.

 

 

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2018 tech predictions: what we got right (and wrong)

Ben Rafferty, Global Solutions Director at Semafone looks at what technology predictions we got right this year, and what ones we got wrong.

 

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Will 2019 see the automation of automation and push up salaries of data scientists? 

2019 will see the start of two dramatic changes applying to data scientists: and in an interview, Jeremy Achin, CEO of DataRobot told Information Age more.

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The top 5 data centre trends for 2019: Edge will drive change

Vertiv experts anticipate self-sufficient, self-healing edge in service of IoT and the emergence of 5G, as some of then top trends for data centres in 2019.

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The top 10 infrastructure and operations trends for 2019, according to Gartner

Serverless computing, AI, network agility, edge computing, the death of the data centre, new roles, SaaS denial, talent management and global infrastructure drive the Gartner top 10 infrastructure and operations trends for 2019.

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Seven existential threats to your organisation’s cyber defences in 2019

Hackers are getting smarter, meaning that businesses need to get smarter with cyber defences. Jumio\\\’s Labhesh Patel outlines seven threats

 

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The continuing rise of mobile edge computing, 5G and IoT security, hot topics for 2019

IoT a new cyber battleground, the rise of mobile edge computing and the arrival of 5G, Nick Offin from Toshiba gazes into his crystal ball with predictions for 2019

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Tech predictions from The Economist in 2019: Facial recognition to AI regulation

In this exclusive for Information Age, a team of editors from The Economist\’s World In 2019 provide tech predictions for 2019. Read here

 

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Online security predictions for 2019: From cryptojacking to MiTB attacks

Pedro Fortuna, CTO and founder of Jscrambler, provides his online security predictions for 2019 — can it get any worse? Read here

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We risk a digital crisis in 2019 akin to the 2008 banking crisis, warns data privacy lawyer

The 2019 digital crisis, data privacy charlatans and the good guys with an ethical approach: data privacy will diverge in 2019 says privacy lawyer.

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