In our latest contribution, Jonathan Wax, VP EMEA at NICE Nexidia gives his take on the future of analytics, looking at its ever-growing role in business operations.
Top Business Tech was in attendance at Samsara 2019, an event held to showcase and stress test Gyana’s “no code” data platform, Vayu.
Google has developed a tool which aims to tackle climate change by providing cities with valuable data.
DoorDash, an American on-demand food delivery service, has confirmed that the personal information of 4.9 million of its customers and drivers has been compromised
Hundreds of millions of phone numbers from the accounts of Facebook users have been found online, putting more pressure on the social network
New research suggests that a multi-cloud future will require new innovations in cloud security as organisations favour many providers, increasing the risk of sensitive data disclosures
A former Amazon employee charged with stealing the data of American credit card company Capital One has also breached up to 30 more companies
A huge data breach in security platform BioStar 2 has been uncovered, revealing the personal information and biometrics of millions of people
Facebook has claimed that it has paid external human contractors to listen to recordings of users without their knowledge.
How can companies adopt a data-driven culture? James Eiloart, Senior Vice President of EMEA, Tableau Software, explains how to harness the power of data.
Facebook has banned Hyp3r from delivering ads to Instagram, over fears of unlawful data collection
A hacker who obtained the names, addresses, phone numbers and birth dates of Capital One customers in the US and Canada has been arrested by the FBI.
5G is certainly going to be better than the current-gen, but when will we get it, and what are the challenges?
With the proliferation of organisations relying on the storage and use of vast amounts of customer data, we’ve never been more at risk of having our details bared to the world.
Blockchain is favoured by many for its transparency and decentralisation. Could it be a legitimate option to build a more secure brand of social network?
AI requires data: lots of data. The way we store that data in future may change, as cloud and edge computing develops. What does the future for AI data storage?
Those free social networks you use are not entirely free. You’re paying for them, just not with money. Data is the currency, and they’re collecting a lot of it.
Netflix’s Black Mirror focuses on dystopian technology. In new episode Smithereens though, the attention was on the data social networks collect on their users.
Online presence is not what it used to be. The race to get online and on Google is over with some experts even forecasting companies could ditch their websites.