Guess Who? – the game of authentication and fraud detection

By Amit Desai, Senior Director of Solutions Marketing, Verint-Systems.

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People and paper: the well-intentioned threat of data protection and privacy?

By Gavin Siggers, Director of Professional Services, Iron Mountain.

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The EU GDPR: The spark to alight the fire of Cloud Computing

By Dr Sandra Bell, Head of BC & ISDG Consulting (Europe), Sungard Availability Services.

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The latest weapon in modern warfare?

By Barry Mattacott, marketing director, Wick Hill Group.

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Storm clouds in 2016?

Mike Weston, CEO of data science consultancy Profusion, discusses what issues will impact data protection and security in 2016.

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Top information security threats for 2016

As 2016 kicks off, leading cloud security company iSheriff has forecast the top five security threats that businesses will face in the next 12 months.  While some of these trends started in 2015 and are expected to continue, others will bring new challenges for security professionals.

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Lorraine Wilkinson, Vice President, UK, Equinix, discusses female representation in the technology industry and shares how technology companies can better support their female employees and encourage more women to enter the industry.
Elizabeth Green, EMEA Advisory and Cyber Lead, at Dell Technologies, discusses the ever-shifting cybersecurity landscape, where cyber resilience is very much the focus.
Max Schulze, CEO and Founder of the Sustainable Digital Infrastructure Alliance, discusses the importance of local and regional clouds as an alternative approach to the hyperscale model, suggesting that, in a world apparently obsessed with issues such as data sovereignty, time would be better spent understanding the importance of infrastructure ‘independence’.
Spencer Pitts, Digital Workspace Chief Technologist, VMware, discusses the company’s research on the post-pandemic and hybrid workplace, before sharing some valuable insights as to how a digital first approach, that prioritises the digital employee experience, can bring major benefits to any organisation, so long as the appropriate combination of company culture and technology solutions is in embraced.


ENGIE, the multinational utility company, was one of the first companies to deploy Axway's Amplify Enterprise Marketplace solution in 2022. Its objective is simple: to disseminate ENGIE’s APIs more widely within the large organisation.
BT Group’s Digital Unit and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have formed a new, wide-ranging strategic collaboration agreement, building on the existing partnership between the companies that already sees AWS play a key role in supporting the Group’s modernisation.
Ivanti continues its channel momentum by also creating a Strategic Alliances Team which will bring greater alignment and collaboration to its Telco, OEM, and Go-to-Market Technology Alliances teams.
European businesses expect digital transformation projects to boost productivity by an average of 38% with overall Return on Investment (ROI) expected in just under five years.