Aug 6: Arm your employees for cyber battle
People can be an organisation’s strongest weapon in reducing information security risks but behaviours need to change, writes Steve Durbin of the ISF
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July 29: It’s time to start trying on wearables
Businesses are missing a huge opportunity to get ahead if they believe the technology is not yet mature enough, warns PA Consulting’s Matteo Aliberti
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July 22: Digital engagement and the market of one
Personalisation is putting marketing bosses in the IT driver’s seat, write Deloitte’s Eric Openshaw and Christine Cutten
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July 9: How the public sector can get value from its IT investments
Aamer Baig and colleagues at McKinsey present a 10-point plan to help governments make the most of their technology investments
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July 3: Leaders in digital era must be ambidextrous

Smart companies with an industrial heritage need chief executives who can preside over ‘multiple culture’ organisations, writes Ade McCormack
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June 24: Consumer WiFi routers may be best route for smaller companies

A top-of-the line device with all the bells and whistles is unlikely to cost more than about $200, writes Paul Taylor
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June 21: Engineer your business to win in the ‘mobile moment’
Mobile technology is rewriting the rules of competition once again, says Josh Bernoff of Forrester Research
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June 21: How to survive and thrive in the digital age
Top management and the board must adapt to the new realities, say PA Consulting’s Anita Chandraker and Tom McEwan
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June 5: Can driverless car see off cyber attacks?
‘Spam jams’ are in prospect but the industry should be up to meeting threat, writes Wil Rockall of KPMG
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May 27: Inkjets can make a splash in battle with laser rivals
Traditionally, laser printers were cheaper to run than inkjets, but that is not necessarily the case today, writes Paul Taylor
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April 29: Giants clash in online productivity market
Microsoft and Google suites have very different philosophies, writes Paul Taylor
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April 29: How much to reveal of cyber breaches?
Process should be unbureaucratic and give a clearer picture of the real impact of cyber attacks on business, says KPMG’s Stephen Bonner
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March 28: The era of the (digital) omnivore is upon us
For home or work, it’s about content and personal use cases, not technology, write Deloitte’s Eric Openshaw and Jerry Belson
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March 25: Are you on course for digital destination?
Organisations need to look at their internal set-ups to achieve ambitions, say Anita Chandraker and Rob Mettler of PA Consulting Group
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March 25: Multi-drive back-ups come into their own when the cloud bursts
Paul Taylor has some handy tips for how to survive a computer system failure
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March 6: Cyborgs - respecting the dignity of labour
In the digital economy, talent will be a more impactful differentiator than technology. However the talent required will be less blue/white collar and more cyborg/artist, writes Ade McCormack
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February 23: Developers fill gaps to enhance iPad’s appeal for business users
App producers are adding features such as file management, access to Microsoft’s Office suite and electronic pen input, writes Paul Taylor
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February 20: The digitised employee – can wearable technology help create a healthier, more productive workforce?
Iin the near term, the rationale for widespread adoption of smart glasses in the enterprise doesn’t exist yet, write Deloitte’s
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January 23: The Next Revolution
The impact of mobile is at least as big as the internet, write Deloitte’s Eric Openshaw and Robert Dalton
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