Business Issues -> Regulation
It's time to bring your own device to the boardroom
Traditionally, board members have been reliant on paper documents, however in an era of rapid global business, just how effective is this model today?
Alister Esam, CEO, BoardPacks | 12th January 2015
The Internet of Things Reference Model
The IoT (Internet of Things) World Forum Architecture Committee (made up of Cisco, IBM, Rockwell Automation, Oracle, Intel and a variety of others) recently published an IoT reference model. It is...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 6th January 2015
A storm about testing
ISO 29119 is a set of standards for software testing. It's not complete yet. The first three standards: concepts and definitions, test processes and test...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 5th September 2014
Data Classification, it's a people thing!
Data classification is an important aspect of security, especially for the often-neglected Office documents and emails that most companies run on. It's a fairly obvious concept-an employee...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 29th July 2014
I did something wrong - and Government IT did not help me
Is the government's aim of empowering the citizen through joined-up IT working? Not based on this experience...
Clive Longbottom, Quocirca | 7th November 2013
Sharing files - is the cloud secure enough?
Employees have flocked to the likes of DropBox as a means to have a single point for information. However, it is ill-fitted for the needs of the enterprise: maybe something needs to be layered around cloud-based file shares?
Clive Longbottom, Quocirca | 28th October 2013
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