Following the success of the talk I gave alongside Catherine Chapman at the ‘Blinding Pleasures’ exhibition in London last year, the show’s curator Filippo Lorenzin invited me to provide some comments for an article he was writing for Vice’s ‘Motherboard’ website in Italy. Your can read the whole thing here (in Italian), but for anyone … Continue reading
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Social media risk and reward, at work (part I)
Organisations should take time and care to reduce the risk presented by social media whilst at the same time maximising the rewards it offers, especially where employees are concerned. In the first of a series looking at social media in the workplace, I consider how to go about implementing a policy which is suitable and … Continue reading
How healthy is Fitbit as it prepares for IPO?
Wearables may be strengthening their grip in the tech marketplace, but will Fitbit have what it takes to go the distance? As the eight year old company which makes wearable health devices is set to raise between $350million and $500million from an initial public offering (IPO), it is a good time to ponder whether this … Continue reading
$1billion stolen from world banks in systematic hack
The systematic theft of up to $10million a time has resulted in a reported 100 banks being stung across 30 countries worldwide. Kaspersky Labs has said that a ‘professional’ hacking group has used basic phishing style techniques to infiltrate banks in Russia, the US, China and the UK, watching and waiting for months before taking … Continue reading