Non voyage: Coronavirus, Brexit and the future of business travel
The current pandemic and the UK’s impending departure from the EU could have grave consequences for corporate travel
Immunity passports: What do we really know about the ‘risk-free certificate’?
Proponents say they’re a gateway to reopening the country post-lockdown, but could they be a Pandora’s box of sensitive data?
The government’s contact tracing app was always going to be DOA
There are times when it’s good to go your own way and innovate. This was never going to be one of them
How coronavirus will reshape the IT industry forever
An unprecedented experiment in remote working has permanently changed business thinking
Coronavirus contact-tracing app to be launched in winter, minister reveals
Statement contradicts comments from Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab that suggested the app would arrive in the coming weeks
Only skin deep: The state of biometric security
Biometrics were supposed to solve the issue of identification once and for all. Are these systems reliable, accurate and secure?
How coronavirus has accelerated the digital transformation of Britain's public sector
Providing support to the public via digital services has rapidly become the new normal for government, health and social care bodies
How has coronavirus impacted business IT?
We look at the many changes organisations have had to adjust to
A third of businesses plan to increase IT spending despite the pandemic
Most plan to invest in collaborative technologies such as Zoom and Microsoft Teams
UK delays rollout of NHS contact-tracing app
Dominic Raab says the app will now be released "in the weeks ahead" after missing original mid-May target
Digital activists sound the alarm over UK's 'coronavirus datastore' plans
A dozen groups including Liberty and medConfidential have written to Matt Hancock demanding answers
These are the companies offering free software during the coronavirus crisis
Rounding up the free trials, discounts and giveaways to help businesses and public sector bodies weather the storm
The IT Pro Podcast: Staying sane while working from home
With remote working set to continue, how can we avoid stress and burnout?
Can tech survive without China?
Most tech is made in China. What happens when it can’t – or won’t – make our gadgets?
Twitter will let employees work from home indefinitely
Staff will be able to choose whether they want to return to the offices
Automation push "key to business recovery" post-coronavirus
Forrester encourages businesses to automate to survive the impending recession
NHS develops second contact-tracing app as privacy concerns mount
Discussions with Big Tech become more productive after "serious legal flaws" are uncovered
Ericsson increases 5G forecast as data demand surges
Coronavirus pandemic has resulted in increased demand due to widespread remote working
Facebook and Google extend remote working policies until next year
Tech giants plan to reopen in July as lockdown restrictions are lifted
State-backed hackers targeting bodies critical to coronavirus response
Hackers are targeting healthcare bodies and pharmaceutical companies
Video conferencing service StarLeaf sees a 947% surge in UK usage
CEO Mark Richer believes this trend will continue long after the pandemic is over
NHSX contact-tracing app reportedly failed cyber security tests
Report emerges as Apple and Google double-down on privacy with location tracking ban
Vodafone launches IoT-enabled camera to screen employee temperatures
The device delivers accurate information on real-time body temperature