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Whilst 5G is discussed in the same breath as national security and Theresa May's decision-making, Iain Shearman discusses using 5G networks to support smart cities.
In the latest Blockchain Innovation April edition, we discover why Switzerland has become the hub for blockchain businesses, the latest technology trends in hospitality for 2019 and how blockchain is enabling data to be shared.
A move towards mobile healthcare with medical-internet of things (IoT) devices is placed under the spotlight here in an insightful piece from Prof D. Chen-Yi Lee from Department of Electronics Engineering, at the National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan.
Karl Lankford, for BeyondTrust, explores previous attacks to industry and draws on findings from an access threat report: Cyberattacks are putting lives at risk via administrative back doors left open.
In this article, the increasing power of Blockchain, the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence are explored in our ever-evolving modern world.
Professor Shuenn-Yuh Lee, National Cheng Kung University, discusses his mission to build a user-friendly development platform with smart wearable technology, in this report.
The trials, led by Worcestershire LEP and Worcestershire County Council, mark the first time that the British industry has deployed 5G and it is set to transform the sector.
Although there has been investment in smart technology in a number of cities in the past few years, the UK is still lagging behind world-leaders such as Singapore. Gavin Hepburn, director at ATG Access, discusses how the UK can overcome barriers to adoption.
The NHS in England’s mental health budget for 2017/2018 was almost £12 billion – roughly 10% of the Department of Health budget- and the mental health crisis in the UK affects individuals of every age and gender.
Riccardo Campione and Dr Alain Imboden, Associate Professors at Les Roches Global Hospitality Education in Switzerland, discuss the top technology trends in hospitality.
Businesses seem to be constantly at risk and employees could be the biggest cyber security risk. Why and what are the most common security threats?
New innovations are being developed at lightning speeds to drive faster growth and efficiency for businesses and society but there is a lack of digital skills.
Keith Bedell-Pearce highlights how blockchain, artificial intelligence and internet of things will bring about major changes in the way work and processes are carried out.
Companies have started to use innovation and digital transformation to differentiate themselves and to stay competitive which lead to dramatic growth in cloud computing over the past years.
Research commissioned by Zaizi, found over half of government departments are seeing slow or partial progress in digitising their processes, with even less exploring automation
Dr Christian Montag, Professor at Ulm University and Paul Dagum, MD PhD, Founder and CEO of Mindstrong Health explain the modern research endeavour of Molecular Psychology.
Russell Poole, Managing Director, at global interconnection and data centre company Equinix shares his vision for cities of the future.
Andrus Ansip, Vice-President of the EC in charge of Digital Single Market shares his thoughts and concerns about the future of the ever-changing digital world in Europe
Jon Geater, Chief Technology Officer at Thales e-Security shares his expertise on the Internet of Things (IoT) security on a city-wide scale and how this integrates the digital world
Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe from Frost & Sullivan’s TechVision Group shares her thoughts on mobile health monitoring systems that address the global concern of diabetes