Cloud Computing

The Personal Details Of Over Half The US Population Have Been Accidentally Leaked Online

The Huffington Post | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 20.06.2017 | UK Tech

The personal details of over 198 million US citizens have been accidentally exposed on the internet by a marketing firm in what experts are calling th...

What Will Healthcare Look Like In 2027?

Theo Priestley | Posted 02.05.2017 | UK Tech
Theo Priestley

Understanding the future of a digital, autonomous and patient-first healthcare system is in fact the first step in realising that every industry is ab...

Cloud + Intelligent Edge = The Fog

Chris Woodcock | Posted 02.05.2017 | UK Tech
Chris Woodcock

With global giants BP and Standard Chartered announcing their wholehearted support for 'the third generation of computing', we can say with conviction...

St Pancras: Making Connections

Hubert Da Costa | Posted 19.04.2017 | UK Tech
Hubert Da Costa

I have to travel for business. It's a perk, and sometimes a drawback, of the job. And while I travel, there's nothing more important to me than to stay connected. Connected to work and family, yes, but also connected to 'things'.

Using Big Data To Fight Dementia

David Richards | Posted 13.04.2017 | UK Tech
David Richards

Nevertheless, whilst billions are spent every year on research for a cure, progress has been slow. No new drug has come to market in over a decade. More than a hundred years after the disease was first classified by Dr Alois Alzheimer, the molecular basis of the disease is still unknown and none of the drugs in the market address the disease's underlying pathology.

Why A $195bn Industry Is Just The Start Of The Cloud Gold Rush

Jon Lucas | Posted 27.04.2017 | UK Tech
Jon Lucas

Cloud computing - where IT resources and services are delivered remotely rather than on local platforms - is one of tech's biggest trends.

Google's AI Can Now Identify What It's Seeing In Videos And It's Frighteningly Perceptive

The Huffington Post | Oscar Williams | Posted 09.03.2017 | UK Tech

It was vision, not limbs, that led fish on to land, according to a groundbreaking study of evolution published this week. But let’s hope it’s neit...

Amazon's Internet Blackout Was Caused By...A Typo

The Huffington Post | Sophie Gallagher | Posted 03.03.2017 | UK Tech

No matter how bad your week at work has been, we guarantee you’ve had it easier than one Amazon employee. Continuing 2017’s narrative of blaming r...

Five Ways Healthcare Organisations Can Get Ahead In The Race To The Medical Internet Of Things (MIoT)

Bhoopathi Rapolu | Posted 20.02.2017 | UK Tech
Bhoopathi Rapolu

The Internet of Things (IoT) has emerged as something of a phenomenon in the last few years. The concept has become so popular that its impact is being felt across a huge number of industries, and healthcare is no exception.

Why Apple Is Leading The Race To Build A Green Internet

The Huffington Post | Oscar Williams | Posted 11.01.2017 | UK Tech

Apple is leading the race to build a green internet, according to Greenpeace analysis. The iPhone maker was awarded a score of 83 per cent in the env...

Zeroes And (Young)Ones: The Future Of Technology In The Classroom

Claire Stead | Posted 21.12.2016 | UK Tech
Claire Stead

The days of chalkboards and dusty textbooks in classrooms are long gone. Over the past two decades, technology has slowly crept into the classroom, changing the way students study and access information, and also opened up a whole new world of resources for teachers to utilise.

Cloudy With A Chance Of Leak-Balls: Should We Up Our Cyber-Security After #Election2016?

Sam Lewis-Hargreave | Posted 28.11.2016 | UK Tech
Sam Lewis-Hargreave

There are several reasons this happened, but one has haunted me most: Hillary Clinton's leaked emails. Since the "scandal" broke, I've become terrified of hacking. This isn't because I may run for President myself (#SLH2020), but because the vulnerability of the Clinton campaign's email accounts bodes badly for the rest of us.

Evolving Design Thinking For Intelligent Medical Equipment

Bhoopathi Rapolu | Posted 18.11.2016 | UK Tech
Bhoopathi Rapolu

Take healthcare for instance. The proliferation of connectivity among both medical and personal health tracking devices is leading to an explosion in the amount of data generated. This in turn is opening up new possibilities for device manufacturers to embed Artificial Intelligence into their equipment.

The New World Of Artificially Intelligent Security

Reuven Cohen | Posted 08.11.2016 | UK Tech
Reuven Cohen

An AI arms race is only beginning to emerge as these forms of advanced systems become more self-sufficient. As this transition takes hold, so will the systems set up to combat them. A war will rage, one that may have little to no actual human involvement.

Four Reasons To Start Backing Up Your Data To The Cloud

Derek Miller | Posted 25.10.2016 | UK Tech
Derek Miller

Nowadays, when people talk about data storage, they are usually talking about cloud storage. The ease of use and power of the new storage paradigm has convinced many computer users to take the plunge and change their data storage over to online services.

Dollar Shave Club: the Power of Social Media and the Cloud

Mark Hawtin | Posted 22.07.2017 | UK Tech
Mark Hawtin

Today, a clever, well-shot marketing spot can be done for a few thousand dollars and undo years and millions of dollars of brand investment at a multinational. In the past, P&G would have used technology to get ahead and create barriers to entry.

Zen and the Art of Cloud Computing

David Richards | Posted 06.07.2017 | UK Tech
David Richards

As Pirsig once said "The solutions are simple - after you have arrived at them. But they're simple only when you know already what they are" - a testament to the success of cloud computing and why it is here to stay.

Making Cities Smarter

David Richards | Posted 13.04.2017 | UK Tech
David Richards

The pace of urbanization globally is unprecedented - by 2050 nearly 66% of the world's population is expected to be urban. The ability to effectively manage this rapid urbanization is critical. Cities must find new ways to increase the efficiency of existing and new infrastructure and services to a level never previously achieved.

Emerging With the Cloud

David Richards | Posted 02.03.2017 | UK Tech
David Richards

Inequality is one of the key challenges of our time. In developed and developing countries alike the poorest half of the population often controls less than 10% of the wealth. It is a universal challenge that the whole world must address.

Data Centres - The Backbone of Mobile World Congress 2016

Roger Keenan | Posted 25.02.2017 | UK Tech
Roger Keenan

Mobile World Congress. Every year tech aficionados and journalists from the world over flock to Barcelona to find out what they should expect from the technology industry in the near future. 2016 hasn't been any different.

Dreamforce '15 - Glastonbury for Geeks, San Francisco

Jackie Kemp | Posted 18.09.2016 | UK Tech
Jackie Kemp

From several blocks away, the sidewalks were crowded with people dangling conference passes round their necks, long lines snaking out of central San Francisco's many independent salad bars and coffee shops with names like "Proper Food" and "Whole Cakes".

Cloud Bridging The Innovation and Skills Gap

Doug Clark | Posted 15.07.2016 | UK Tech
Doug Clark

For our economy to flourish again we need to stimulate innovation and have the skills to compete on a global stage and cloud can help enable this as it has a comparative low cost of entry compared with traditional methods.

Are You Operating Your Own Shadow IT Department?

Marcus Jewell | Posted 14.07.2016 | UK Tech
Marcus Jewell

There's no question that cloud computing now plays a big role in most of our lives, although many people may not even realise it. Mobile phones, computers, games consoles, cars, connected appliances, watches... the list goes on.

IBM Continuing to Serve Up the Ultimate Fan and Player Experience

Sam Seddon | Posted 03.07.2016 | UK Tech
Sam Seddon

The amazing thing about Wimbledon is that for 50 weeks of the year it is a private tennis club which evolves for two weeks of the year into a world-class global sporting event delivering fans one of the best, immersive digital experiences here in the UK and beyond - all efficiently enabled by using cloud technology.

Working, and Thriving, in a Digital World: Cloud and Data

Neil Davidson | Posted 02.06.2016 | UK Tech
Neil Davidson

To a professional services executive focused on delivering results, terms like "mobile," "social," "cloud" and "big data" can sound like little more than buzz words. Yet, together, these four technologies converge as today's platform for digital business. And when harnessed properly, they can drive real change within your organisation.