The Twitter hack, and why we need a better class of criminal
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hacking

The Twitter hack, and why we need a better class of criminal

The bitcoin scammers’ biggest crime isn’t fraud - it’s lack of imagination
18 Jul 2020
How I learned to stop worrying and love the bot
automation

How I learned to stop worrying and love the bot

An ever present anxiety that automation will take our jobs is being replaced by a fear that it won’t
17 Jul 2020
Windows 10 needs to go back to basics
Microsoft Windows

Windows 10 needs to go back to basics

Remote tech support brings home how appalling Windows is when it comes to the fundamentals
13 Jul 2020
Is it time to put Intel Outside?
components

Is it time to put Intel Outside?

As rivals continue to make gains, the chipmaker may be past its best
10 Jul 2020
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Why I’m leading a browser double life
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Why I’m leading a browser double life

There are benefits to using more than one browser
8 Jul 2020
The Man has ruined my Huawei P40
Mobile Phones

The Man has ruined my Huawei P40

Why do fears about the Chinese government using 5G networks for espionage mean I can’t have Google apps?
3 Jul 2020
View from the airport: IT Pro Live
Business

View from the airport: IT Pro Live

As we look back at our first-ever conference, what have we learned?
26 Jun 2020
View from the airport: HPE Discover Virtual Experience
Business strategy

View from the airport: HPE Discover Virtual Experience

Networking, jetlag and baked goods make way for more insightful conversations
26 Jun 2020
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The government’s contact tracing app was always going to be DOA
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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
19 Jun 2020
The best email sign-off, and 14 to avoid
Careers & training

The best email sign-off, and 14 to avoid

There are good ways and bad ways to sign-off from your emails. Here's everything you need to know to avoid a digital etiquette misstep
19 Jun 2020
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Tech firms are saving face by dropping facial recognition
Business strategy

Tech firms are saving face by dropping facial recognition

This dangerously unreliable technology should never have been used by law enforcement
12 Jun 2020
Why remote technologies should come before tradition
Cloud

Why remote technologies should come before tradition

The government’s decision to abandon technology and go back to voting in person indirectly discriminates and sets a terrible precedent
6 Jun 2020
Coronavirus lockdown gave me a new perspective on the importance of mental health
Business strategy

Coronavirus lockdown gave me a new perspective on the importance of mental health

Efforts to support employees in a time of crisis reveals how little we do in times of normality
5 Jun 2020
Social media and the death of truth
social media

Social media and the death of truth

Facebook and Twitter have corrupted public discourse - it’s their responsibility to put it right
29 May 2020
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Games battles are a taste of things to come
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Games battles are a taste of things to come

When we’re streaming our desktops, how will we pay for software? The games industry is going through these growing pains now
27 May 2020
Parliament's decision to axe the 'hybrid' House of Commons is a desperate mistake
Policy & legislation

Parliament's decision to axe the 'hybrid' House of Commons is a desperate mistake

In this new age of mass remote working, only our MPs would turn their backs on progress
21 May 2020
How to work from home like a boss
flexible working

How to work from home like a boss

The pandemic has seen untold numbers of Brits banned from the office. Ignore the flood of homeworking advice and find your own way
21 May 2020
Microsoft 365 is more than a name change
productivity

Microsoft 365 is more than a name change

The Office 365 rebranding could be a sign of things to come
16 May 2020
View from the Airport: Appian World 2020
automation

View from the Airport: Appian World 2020

From punctuality to the lack of gimmicks, there’s a lot to be said for virtual conferences
15 May 2020
Zoom's rise to prominence has been meteoric – its fall could be equally spectacular
video conferencing

Zoom's rise to prominence has been meteoric – its fall could be equally spectacular

Lockdown measures won’t last forever, and nor will an unprecedented explosion in demand for video conferencing services
11 May 2020
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When the disruptors are disrupted
Business strategy

When the disruptors are disrupted

The coronavirus pandemic has laid bare structural weaknesses in the sharing economy. Can the sector ever recover?
8 May 2020
I had a meeting in VR, and it felt like the future
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I had a meeting in VR, and it felt like the future

Forget about video calls, the next generation of meetings will be virtual
1 May 2020
Is your broadband coronavirus-ready?
broadband

Is your broadband coronavirus-ready?

It’s not a stockpile of toilet rolls that you should be investing in to survive lockdown in comfort
29 Apr 2020