Data Storage

Police Delete Database Containing 150,000 Records

Police database falls down some stairs. British coppers accidentally delete data on 150,000 people from the Police National Computer

1 week ago

State of ITAM: How Your IT Asset Management Must Evolve

The role of ITAM [IT asset management] and SAM (Software Asset Management) have to change to not only meet compliance…

1 week ago

Neo Factory: The State of Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0 initiatives are transforming factories in a myriad of industries, from aerospace and health care to plastics and shipping.…

2 months ago

Will Privacy Kill the Open Web?

Privacy and how the personal data of individuals is collected, stored, manipulated and shared is governed by GDPR. However, some…

2 months ago

Latest Feature: Intelligent Spaces: Using Smart Cities

The demands from everyone that lives in a city has radically changed over the last decade. Silicon UK considers how…

3 months ago

The Customer of One: How Personalisation is the Key to Long Term Profitability

To maintain loyalty and brand advocacy, how has personalisation evolved? Highly focused data is, of course, needed to create personalised…

3 months ago

Intel Sells NAND Business To SK Hynix For $9 Billion

Acquisition of Intel's NAND business division makes SK Hynix the second largest NAND flash manufacturer in the world after Samsung

3 months ago

The Age of the Paperless Office

We know that Coronavirus can live on surfaces for up to 72 hours. Ideally, we would have a totally electronic…

4 months ago

Cambridge Analytica Not Involved In Brexit Vote, Watchdog Concludes

Investigation by the Information Commissioner's Office of Cambridge Analytica concludes it was not involved in 2016's EU referendum

4 months ago

Is Data the Answer To Business COVID-19 Recovery?

As businesses of all sizes build their strategies for COVID recovery, data will play a vital role. As the commercial…

4 months ago

The Tech Of Health: How Wearable Technology Is the Key To Long-Term Fitness

News that Amazon has moved into the wearable health and fitness area with its Halo Band, Silicon UK considers the…

4 months ago

IBM Hit With Another Age Discrimination Lawsuit

Big Blue once again accused of axing older staff, after another age discrimination lawsuit is filed against grandfather of tech…

4 months ago

COVID Education: How Tech Is Transforming Learning

As schools return, Silicon UK considers how technology has been used to keep students connected to their teachers and, what…

4 months ago

Apple Responds After Spotify Criticises Apple One

Spotify condemns Apple One as anti-competitive behaviour, but Apple insists its subscription service can save customers money

4 months ago

Google Drive Outage In United States

Thousands of Google Drive users across the United States were unable to access the cloud storage platform for a number…

5 months ago

Visualizing Data: How Data Insights Could Be About To Change

Gartner recently noted a shift away from data dashboard. Is this a trend that will continue? As businesses collect vast…

5 months ago

The Tech Of Charity

How do charities use technology to manage their organizations and, raise their funds? In an environment dominated by COVID-19, how…

5 months ago

The Tech Of Crime Part 2: Policing And Data

Much of the work being done today to fight crime is analyzing the vast quantities of data every police force…

5 months ago

The Tech Of Policing: Part 1: The Digital Police

In this first part of a three-part series, Silicon UK considers how UK police forces are using technology today? With…

6 months ago

COVID Commerce: How Retailing Will Be Reshaped By The Pandemic

COVID-19 may have changed the retail landscape forever. What will retailing look like in a post-COVID-19 world? Will the high…

6 months ago

A Pandemic Of Data Sharing?

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the use of apps and other trace and track technologies have not delivered on their…

6 months ago

BYOD Becomes WFHD

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has been a part of the tech landscape for over a decade. Thanks to COVID-19,…

6 months ago

Google Offers Not To Use Fitbit Data To Avoid EC Probe

Attempt to avoid a formal European Commission antitrust investigation, see Google confirm offer to not use Fitbit health data for…

6 months ago

The State of LawTech

What is the current state of LawTech? LawtechUK, will this year, pilot a government-backed LawTech R&D programme - the Lawtech…

7 months ago

Immunity Passports: Identifying The Infected

As the UK wrestles with its ability to use technology to trace and track COVID-19 infections, will immunity passports become…

7 months ago

Silicon UK In Focus EXTRA: Does More Data Equal Better Health?

Rabia has a background in immuno-genetics with a passion for bridging the worlds of science, business and technology. She completed…

7 months ago

Does More Data Equal Better Health?

Healthcare, like many other sectors, is moving through technological change. All of the technologies in development need patient data. The…

7 months ago

Can More Data Save Our Climate?

As IoT and IIoT continue to rapidly develop, could this explosion in data collection result in vast improvements to how…

7 months ago

Data capital: Mining for gold in the data decade

Across the globe, organisations large and small are starting to harness the power of data. Data capital will be viewed…

9 months ago