The upcoming regulation presents an opportunity for businesses to improve data privacy and security.
By adopting a comprehensive data strategy businesses can keep their data safe without slowing their digital transformation efforts.
In an effort to help others on their own journey, we’ve taken some of the key pieces of advice that we’ve read over the past year and a half and put them all together in bite size chunks.
As we increasingly use data in new ways, we need systems that can not only keep up, but which can offer capabilities to further innovation.
By the end of 2020, the UK government envisages that 50 million homes should have a smart meter installed.
There’s a growing realisation that maintenance alone cannot solve the unexpected asset breakdown problem.
How can the UK's engineering and manufacturing industries prevent falling victim to a skills shortage?
The increase in cyberattacks have led consumers to turn to mobile as the more secure channel.
APIs are the glue that holds the digital world together.
The five limitations listed below illustrate where cloud-based email solutions fall short and what you can do if your business is serious about email archival.
President Trump plans to ease restrictions on the Chinese firm in exchange for tariffs on US exports being lifted.
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分类: 佩戴产品在本次 MWC 的展场中，我们看到了一款名为 i'm Tracer 的儿童手环。它由之前推出了 i'm Watch 的意大利公司打造，内建 GPS 追踪器模块，同时还支持 GSM 通讯，让家长可以时刻关注自己孩子的最新动向。
lxrslh writes: "Since the dawn of computing, we have read about massive failed projects, bugs that are never fixed, security leaks, spaghetti code, and other flaws in the programs we use every day to operate the devices and systems upon which we depend.
If you’re wondering where we’re at as a society, this should help clear things up. The above photo, posted by Kim Kardashian of her wedding to Kanye West, now has more than 1.95 million likes, making it the most liked Instagram picture of all time. Before Kimye took the crown,
New submitter jbmartin6 writes: The Panopticon may be coming, but perhaps not how we think. Instead of a massive government surveillance program, we might end up subjected to ubiquitous monitoring to save on our insurance premiums.