July 2017

Up to £14.5m will be made available to develop the centre Will see established firms working alongside cutting-edge startups Big boost for capital’s booming tech sector which has had £5.6bn investment this year London is also home to newly created National Cyber Security Centre London will cement...

Presentation of research and panel discussion being led by Professor Chris Baker (Goldsmiths, University of London) and Maria Power (University of Liverpool). The event will explore how our beliefs, values and worldviews influence and shape the way that we act at work, and the wider...

Amazon has opened a new UK headquarters in London to support its growth in the country. The Principal Place building, based on the fringes of Shoreditch and the City of London, boasts 15 storeys and 600,000 sq ft. It's unclear how many staff the office will be able...

First, the good news: There’s a spate of new technologies to help companies measure and predict their employees’ talents, and it’s only a matter of time before artificial intelligence becomes a normal part of the hiring process. But now for the bad news: Those innovations have to surmount one pretty...

Operational excellence, delivering projects on-time and within budget, is no longer the goal of IT, but has become the bedrock on which the CIO must build user trust and confidence. Collaboration with stakeholders to prioritize IT activities according to business needs is the hallmark of...

The science-fiction writer Isaac Asimov wrote about controlling intelligent machines with the three laws of robotics: A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm A robot must obey orders given to it by human...

Some say technology will replace 80% of doctors in the future. I disagree. Instead, technology will finally allow doctors to focus on what makes them good physicians: treating patients and innovating, while automation does the repetitive part of the work. While every specialty will benefit from digital health, some...

Think about the workplace 10 years ago: The first iPhone wouldn’t be released until July 2007. There probably wasn’t “an app for that.” Open floor plans hadn’t yet become a privacy-busting phenomenon. And people weren’t obsessed with “the cloud.” Certainly, smart devices, cloud-based platforms, and the way...

From talent recruitment, retention, to how to measure ROI and manage your costs, the plenary sessions will give you the opportunity to debate the biggest shifts taking place in global mobility. Hear from successful companies across a wide range of industries and understand how global...

Short up top today, since I’m in Aspen helping the team prepare for Fortune Brainstorm Tech, which gets underway at 2pm Mountain Time.I can already report that diversity and inclusion are top of mind for most of the attendees I’ve spoken with, inspired by the torrent of difficult news...