We have been working from home since the lockdown at the end of March. Social distancing and remote work look like they will be in place for the foreseeable future. But this does not have to affect your professional prospects through the reduction in networking.

Cybersecurity attacks have spiked since the lockdown began. With most of the UK workforce based remotely, an organisation may be more at risk to a cyberattack. With the increase in attacks and decrease in protections in an organisation, data could be at risk. 

Lockdown is beginning to ease across the UK. More people are being encouraged to go back to work. But what if you are happier and more productive working from home?

With the unexpected change to remote working it has never been more important to ensure your organisation can maintain business continuity. It might be tempting to invest in the first software or service you see. Alternatively, looking at the different types of software might be overwhelming.  

How to make sure your IoT devices don’t become tasty bait for data trawlers. Our previous blog where we examined how the net is full of security holes, in this blog we look at possible precautions against data trawlers.

A self-driving car (or autonomous car) is a vehicle which can operate without human involvement by sensing its environment. With Elon Musk announcing Tesla’s plan to launch a self-driving taxi fleet potentially by the end of the year what are the pros, the cons and the adaptability of these machines?

The lure of AI helping automate the battlefield has long been a dream of battlefield commanders. Robots are expendable and don’t demand coffee breaks. The dream came to fruition in the jungles of Vietnam.

Artificial Intelligence is starting to become more present in workplaces and applications. Will AI start to generate real economic value across multiple sectors in 2020? According to PwC, the widespread adoption of AI will add £12.8 trillion to the global GDP by 2030. Initially, you would think that this contribution would primarily be from AI-focused companies. […]

As the internet of things (IoT) rolls out hackers have found ingenious ways of conning you out of your cash. Today we see how hackers can break into IoT kit, take control and then demand a ransom.

Facebook has pledged to support research into AI mind reading technology in hopes that it could give a voice to those who have lost the ability to speak.