Most business data "not good enough"
Businesses rely heavily on inaccurate and poorly managed information, research warns.
Video will dominate content by 2013
Video will become more prevalent in the workplace by 2013, says Gartner.
Firms full of dirty data
As much as 30 per cent of data held by companies could be “dirty” in some way, according to a BCS award winner.
Lessons to learn from a year of data breaches
In the year since the HMRC data breach, many more have been made public – here’s a roundup of 11 lessons (we should have) learned.
Councils boost address data accuracy
Three local authorities have signed up to use new address verification software to improve their management of citizen data.
Security body calls for data collection changes
A new survey that has found Brits are still revealing too many personal details online.
Why is backing up given short shrift?
Data loss can be one of the quickest ways to bring a business to its knees. So why aren’t more people concerned about keeping their files safe and sec…
Survey: Firms lack information governance
New global research reveals absence of formal policies governing how information is controlled in enterprise organisations.
Security tech fails without awareness
People can be the biggest danger in the fight for businesses to keep their systems secure.
Brits want data breaches criminalised
That’s the main finding of research into consumer attitudes towards online security, where four out of five people also don not trust how organisation…
NHS denies it will 'sell' patient data to businesses
As the discussion about patient confidentiality rumbles on, the NHS denies reports that it is prepared to sell patient data to third parties without c…
ICO urges consumers to take control of their data
The Information Commissioner's Office has called on consumers to manage their personal information themselves.