Analysis & Insight

Drone

Automation: the drone wars

Analysis & Insight 17 Apr, 2014 Stephen Pritchard

With Google, Facebook and others in bidding races to buy drone technology, IT may need to look again at robotics.

Data Security

Heartbleed FUD: scarier than Jedward as triplets?

Analysis & Insight 15 Apr, 2014 Davey Winder

Davey Winder thinks the fact password reset floodgates are about to open...

Windows XP: The final countdown

Analysis & Insight 10 Apr, 2014 Stephen Pritchard

Support for Windows XP has now ended. Businesses need to look seriously at migrating their remaining systems

The Windows XP Zombie Apocalypse

Analysis & Insight 8 Apr, 2014 Davey Winder

The countdown is finally over for those looking for extended life support for XP (unless they've inked a deal). But are they still secure?

Password and username box

Why earwax & kittens are no recipe for successful IT security

Analysis & Insight 7 Apr, 2014 Davey Winder

Security researchers claims the unique properties of people's earwax could make it a password killer. Davey Winder's not convinced

Windows XP

Staying secure upon the death of Windows XP

Analysis & Insight 4 Apr, 2014 Tom Brewster

Extended support for XP will soon be no more. Tom Brewster asks if your business is ready for the deadline?

Raspberry Pi Awards 2014 winners revealed

Analysis & Insight 3 Apr, 2014 Khidr Suleman

PA Consulting hosted its 2nd annual Raspberry Pi Awards. We take you through the highlights

Innovation

Tech start ups: putting money where your mouth is

Analysis & Insight 3 Apr, 2014 Stephen Pritchard

Start-ups' technology can give a firm a competitive edge. Does this mean companies should fund new ventures themselves?

Cyber security: striking a difficult balance

Analysis & Insight 27 Mar, 2014 Stephen Pritchard

Governments alone cannot solve the IT security challenge. The IT industry, and business community need to take action too.

Editor's chair logo

In the editor's chair:Liam Quinn, Richmond Events

Analysis & Insight 25 Mar, 2014 IT Pro

Today we have Liam Quinn, IT director at Richmond Events, in the hot seat as guest editor.

Tablets

Best tablets to buy in 2014

Analysis & Insight 21 Mar, 2014 James Peckham

Make the right business decision - the best tablets to buy in 2014 and why they're perfect for enterprise use.

Alan turing

Big data investments: Will Government funding pass the Turing Test?

Analysis & Insight 20 Mar, 2014 Stephen Pritchard

The £42m Turing Institute is a step forward for IT research in the UK, but it needs to succeed on its own merits.

Mark Samuels

How can the CIO source innovation?

Analysis & Insight 20 Mar, 2014 Mark Samuels

Businesses need to move at lightning speed in the digital age, says Mark Samuels. So how can you keep pace with innovation?

The best companies to work for in IT

Analysis & Insight 19 Mar, 2014 Rene Millman

We're surrounded by innovation and creativity, but where are the best places to work in the tech world? Rene Millman takes a look.

What is business intelligence?

Analysis & Insight 18 Mar, 2014 Max Cooter

Max Cooter explains that business intelligence is a simple concept, but not one that's always understood.

AmIrunningxp.com – the tip of the iceberg

Analysis & Insight 17 Mar, 2014 Steve Cassidy

Moving off XP a bigger problem than Millennium Bug.

Croydon Tech City: A start-up saviour or another flop?

Analysis & Insight 17 Mar, 2014 Tom Brewster

Tom Brewster doesn't seem too impressed with the latest tech innovations to come out of London...

Step 2: Keep your drivers and patches up-to-date

Web app security patches: Closing the risk window

Analysis & Insight 17 Mar, 2014 Davey Winder

Web application vendors are taking, on average, 11 days to provide critical fixes. Davey Winder thinks that's still too long...

The worldwide web at 25: business' window on the world

Analysis & Insight 13 Mar, 2014 Stephen Pritchard

What are businesses making of an invention many CIOs dismissed as a gimmick?

WWW helpers

The web at 25: Where next?

Analysis & Insight 12 Mar, 2014 Simon Brew

As the world wide web celebrates its birthday, Simon takes stock of what's happened so far, and the big tests ahead...

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