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  • Robots o­ffer a unique insight into what people want from technology. They also pose serious questions about ethics and regulation of identity and the internet of things.
  • Technology is at its heart and responsible for keeping all departments running. Jonathan Hallatt, Regional Director of UKISA, Netgear, examines the recent changes in the IT ecosystem and asks what will be the main ‘knock-on’ effects of BYOD on your day-to-day business.
  • Employees are increasingly using wireless devices in their daily business life. It’s part of an unstoppable wave of change, which is radically affecting the structure of our IT networks.
  • Cisco believes will have 50 billion devices connected to the internet of things (IoT) by 2020. The popular view seems to veer between visions of beneficial 24/7 health monitoring to a fear that we may be sleepwalking into Orwell’s 1984.
  • By 2020 there could be heads-up displays (HUDs) in over nine million cars. Brian Runciman MBCS looks at some of the impacts of HUDs and Google Glass.
  • Robin Mersh, CEO of the Broadband Forum, explains how empowering service providers can help to successfully engineer cloud intelligent networks.
  • BCS Multimedia Editor, Justin Richards talks to Zahid Jiwa, VP Sales UK and Ireland, OutSystems, about a number of topics including the hybrid cloud, user experience, the current state of the software industry and advanced technology systems.
  • Gartner’s hype-cycle has augmented reality (AR) sliding down into the trough of disillusionment, which means it’s not far from the slope of enlightenment and subsequent productivity. How is AR being used in the enterprise now? Brian Runciman MBCS reports.
  • There are no second places in trading, especially in the incredibly fast-paced landscape of high frequency and algorithmic trading as Gareth Richardson, Managing Director, Custom Connect UK, explains.
  • The way people work is changing fast - and competitive companies need to keep up. On site and remote employees alike rely on conferencing, multimedia, and instant messaging to get their jobs done.