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The Complete Guide to Online Learning

We highlight some of the top new online learning platforms, as we hear from the likes of Pluralsight, Coursera and Udacity, and the most in-demand IT skills they are serving.

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The Complete Guide to Enterprise Technology Trends in 2020

Here we have rounded up some key predictions for the year ahead, covering everything from the ongoing development of 5G connectivity across the UK and beyond, to the hottest trends in artificial intelligence and open source technology....

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The Complete Guide to GDPR

Whether you treat GDPR as a threat, an opportunity, or a mix of the two, every organization needs to be compliant with the rules. Here is our complete guide to GDPR.

Leading UK CIOs, CDOs and CTOs in healthcare

Profiles of the top UK IT and technology professionals in healthcare

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What is the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018? Influencers in the know break down the details

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 is a bill intended to enhance online privacy rights and consumer protection for residents of California, United States. But the bill has national and global implications. Here’s how to...

sustainability

The Complete Guide to Sustainability

We look at the relationship between the technology industry and the climate crisis, focusing on the damage the sector is currently having on the planet alongside how some technological innovations can be harnessed for good to help...

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What’s next for content moderation?

The Transatlantic Working Group considers transparency, alternative dispute resolution mechanisms and limitations on algorithms as ways forward.

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Sustainability doesn't work without transparency

Do you know what your current carbon footprint is? If not, how would you go about calculating it? What information do you need?

NHSX launches search for national CIO

The new CIO will join a growing leadership team at the new government healthtech unit

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Rethinking government use of commercial exploit tools after WhatsApp spying

The recent WhatsApp lawsuit shows the significant risk to individuals, as well as public trust, that comes from allowing commercial systems to remain exploitable.

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Interim AI report offers mix of ambitious and practical recommendations

If we want US, rather than Chinese, values to infuse the world’s approach to AI, then high powered diplomacy is an essential tool. A new NSC report breaks down the approach.

HMRC appoints Mark Denney as interim CDIO

Denney replaces CIO 100 alumni Jacky Wright in the role

University of Exeter Chief Information and Digital Officer Alan Hill video interview - Wargaming cyber security operations

University of Exeter Chief Information and Digital Officer Alan Hill discussed Wargaming Cyber Security operations, protecting your assets and preparing for breaches in a video interview at the 2019 CIO Summit.

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Restrictions needed but not sufficient to address Chinese technology acquisition

The US has developed a number of new tools to deny China access to US technology. Those tools are necessary, but are not sufficient.

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The Complete Guide to Open Banking

The fundamentals of open banking as it happens here in the UK: its origins and what key industry players need to consider when it comes to the opportunities and threats the regulation brings.

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What happens when every nation censors search results globally?

The dam has burst on governments asserting their right to censor the internet worldwide. Welcome to the dark side of information globalization.

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Social media companies shouldn’t censor campaign ads from legitimate political candidates

Congress needs to extend the old broadcasting rules against media control of candidate messages to cover cable and social media.

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European Court of Justice 'right to be forgotten' ruling likely to be relitigated

Love it or hate it, it’s clear that whether the EU can apply the GDPR’s “right to be forgotten” globally is in question.

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