Matthew Finnegan

Senior Reporter

Matthew Finnegan covers collaboration and other enterprise IT topics for Computerworld. He joined IDG in January 2013 and is based in Sweden.

Q&A: Box CEO Aaron Levie looks at the future of remote work

Rethinking collaboration: 6 vendors offer new paths to remote work

Rethinking collaboration: 6 vendors offer new paths to remote work

With the need for efficient collaboration tools exploding in recent months, a variety of companies hope to refine how those tools work and what they can do. We look at six now pushing the envelope.

Salesforce unveils tools for a post-pandemic return to the office

Salesforce unveils tools for a post-pandemic return to the office

Work.com contains apps and information resources to support organizations as business looks to resume operations in many countries.

Update: Coronavirus prompts collaboration tool makers to offer wares for free

Update: Coronavirus prompts collaboration tool makers to offer wares for free

Several vendors, including Microsoft, Google, Slack, Zoom, Cisco and LogMeIn, are making chat, videoconferencing and other collaboration services free as demand for remote working booms.

Telehealth booms amid COVID-19 crisis; virtual care is here to stay

Telehealth booms amid COVID-19 crisis; virtual care is here to stay

The coronavirus pandemic that has erupted worldwide has pushed telehealth to the forefront. It's unlikely remote medicine will go away, even after the current crisis abates.

Remote working, now and forevermore?

Remote working, now and forevermore?

Employees around the world are suddenly working from home full-time. Find out how to make this new reality work for your organization, whether it will last beyond the pandemic, and where it might take us.

CERN upgrades Wi-Fi infrastructure to support researchers on the move

The European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) is upgrading its wireless broadband network in order to support thousands of researchers using mobile devices while moving around its campus buildings.

MSC Cruises uses wearables, mobile apps to power 'small city on the sea'

MSC Cruises works with universities and startup incubators to keep pace with latest customer technology demands

HSBC: Why machine learning is accelerating cloud adoption

The financial sector may be one of the more cautious industries when it comes to adopting the cloud. But for HSBC the ability to analyse large volumes of information and access machine learning tools via APIs has served as a catalyst...

Cloud can ease burden of data protection compliance, Google execs say

The EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is fast approaching but with significant resource investment required, many organisations are struggling to meet the May 2018 deadline.

Cloud security fears persist, but data migration is a bigger issue

Businesses that consider moving their analytics to the cloud should be more concerned with data migration and network connectivity challenges than worries around security, according to Marc Clark, head of cloud strategy at data...

Teradata CEO aims to regain 'customer focus' with embrace of cloud and open source

New licensing models and hardware unveiled at Teradata Universe in Nice

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