The focus across much of the cybersecurity landscape has been to mitigate human attacks on networks. However, what about machines attacking machines? As automation expands, many of the systems we take for granted will have an M2M component, how do we secure these channels?
In this first part of a three-part series, Silicon UK considers how UK police forces are using technology today? With significant advances from drones to AI-based data analytics, constabularies have an array of tools to choose from. How are these technologies being used on the frontline to keep citizens safe?
COVID-19 may have changed the retail landscape forever. What will retailing look like in a post-COVID-19 world? Will the high street be able to survive and, how will retailers evolve their strategic use of the omnichannel?
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the use of apps and other trace and track technologies have not delivered on their promise. Strong personal data regulation, coupled with public suspicion about how their data is collected and then used, is driving the debate surrounding Coronavirus and how technology can be used to combat its impact.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has been a part of the tech landscape for over a decade. Thanks to COVID-19, this has changed to Work From Home Device (WFHD) with all the issues this has presented to businesses. Discover how your business can manage remote mass working and turn this new way of working into an asset.
Global IT spend is projected to contract 8% in 2020, according to Gartner. Gartner expects IT priorities to move away from projects aimed at growth or transformation, in favour of mission-critical technology that supports operations. While companies may pause large-scale cloud projects, public cloud services are expected to grow 19% this year, according to the forecast. What’s your business’s strategy?