blockchain

3 April, 2017

Blockchain: the technology of choice for decentralised, secure transactions

The integral blocks underpinning our political, economic and legal systems are individual transactions. The concept of a secure contract, whether in a payment, a registration or any other type of agre...
digital strategy, business strategy, technology

27 March, 2017

Why every business needs a digital strategy

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digital communication, digital leadership

27 March, 2017

Flexibility is key for the digital boardroom

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data security

27 March, 2017

Boardrooms should heed new frontiers in personal data security

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communication technology

27 March, 2017

Technology key to secure boardroom communication

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corporate culture, collaboration

27 March, 2017

Why culture matters with digital start-up collaboration

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Google

21 March, 2017

Google apologises to advertisers in move to protect reputation

Google has moved to soften the damage to its reputation over hate videos on YouTube by issuing an apology, and revealing measures to address complaints from advertisers. The statement,
Cybersecurity

24 February, 2017

Do company boards need an expert in cybersecurity and technology?

Deloitte recently completed an analysis of FTSE 100 companies’ most recent annual reports, ending September 2016, to review company disclosures concerning cybersecurity. The results show that top c...
Airbnb disruptive technology

10 February, 2017

Three ways to get ahead of the digital competition

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10 February, 2017

IT leaders and board members split over responsibility for cybersecurity

Board members and IT managers are split over who is in charge in the event of a cyber-attack, according to new research which concludes it shows a "lack" of communication between the two groups. IT...