Technology & IT
06 Jun 2022 | Jesper Theill Eriksen
A variety of issues still plague today's hybrid work environments, particularly around the tech used to enable effective remote working.
17 Apr 2020 | Nicola Hunt
The mass move to working from home has exposed gaping holes in companies' cyber security risk management, new research has warned.
11 Mar 2020 | Sébastien Ricard
With the global spread of Coronavirus, how can companies leverage the digital workplace to keep employees safe, limit the loss of productivity and adapt work practices successfully during the crisis?
13 Nov 2019 | Rod Collins
If AI applications can be designed as collective intelligence systems, they may be able to help us move past the rancid divisiveness and entrenched thinking that prevents us from solving our most pressing problems.
07 Jun 2018 | Rod Collins
As we all know, risk is a fact of life. But as the world becomes more connected, new risks have emerged that demand new tools to mitigate them and to thwart a new generation of threats.
06 Feb 2018 | Rod Collins
Digital transformation is likely to bring with it a dramatic reduction in traditional employment. But will also see the emergence of a radically different economic role: that of the gamer.
24 Jan 2018 | Rod Collins
Machines are becoming more humanlike. But rather than posing a threat to mankind, could this reformulation of the human-machine symbiosis spark a renaissance of humanity?
04 Jan 2018 | Rod Collins
Digital Transformation is arguably the most far-reaching socio-economic revolution in human history. But most of us remain blind to the real magnitude of the changes this will bring.
21 Dec 2017 | Rod Collins
Because it extinguishes the ‘power of one’, blockchain is game-changing systems architecture that looks set to revolutionize the way we build IT systems.
26 Oct 2017 | Rod Collins
We are on the cusp of the second wave of the digital revolution, one which promises to be far more transformative than the first and which will change the fundamental dynamics of how our social structures work.
01 Sep 2017 | Wayne Turmel
Many things in life are necessary but annoying - especially email. So here are five simple things everyone can do with their emails that will help make everyone less generally cranky:
12 Jan 2017 | Rod Collins
Thanks to the internet, we have experienced more change in the past 16 years than in the previous five decades of the last century. But that's nothing compared to what the second wave of the digital revolution will bring.
22 Jun 2016 | Wayne Turmel
As anyone who has ever done a tech rollout will tell you, choosing the hardware or software is the easy part. Actually getting people to use it is where it all goes wrong.
10 Jun 2016 | Wayne Turmel
Most software is far from being ‘intuitive’. It might make sense to the engineers who designed it, but the rest of us aren’t engineers and we aren't born automatically knowing how to use complex systems.
01 Feb 2016 | Wayne Turmel
We often hear that ‘older' workers won’t adopt new tech while younger ones are 'digital natives'. But it isn’t that simple. There’s plenty that us ‘oldies’ can teach the young'uns about the efficient use of technology at work.
22 Dec 2015 | Wayne Turmel
Technology is supposed to give us new, faster, better or easier ways to get our job done. So why, then, are smart, competent, motivated people often so reluctant to adopt new workplace tools?
03 Nov 2015 | David Nowacki
If you run any sort of company, organization, agency or public body, you’re expected to have answers. So do you have an answer for this? How does your organization assess cybersecurity risks?
06 Oct 2015 | Wayne Turmel
Collaboration tools like Slack, Yammer or Lync claim to make team communication more efficient. But how do they differ from good old Instant Messaging, webcam, or webmeeting platforms? And how can you get the best out of them in the real world?
14 Jul 2015 | Wayne Turmel
Multitasking, we’re told, makes you even less effective than you would be if you were stoned on marijuana. But how can you reduce the negative effects of gadget overload when most of your communication relies on technology?
30 Apr 2015 | Wayne Turmel
A healthy skepticism towards the 'latest and greatest' is nothing new. Smart people have been resisting buying or implementing new technology for thousands of years for reasons that haven’t changed much since Roman times.