Philanthrocapitalism – encouraging progressive companies to retain talent as more people turn to more philanthropic or ‘pro-social’ work in mid-career.
G-Cloud, Cloud Computing and Digital Britain. A new model for Government Digital Services.
Discovery of the Memristor and what this means for the future of electronics.
What is the Social Graph, is it open to manipulation and how might this affect experimentation in Social Search.
Online privacy and social networks. The journey to better user privacy and information management controls for social networkers.
Commentators proclaim the death of SOA, but what fundamentals of SOA need to be preserved?
The management and transformation of Legacy COBOL. Options, tools and techniques.
Business Intelligence, Complex Event Processing and the search for the signal in the noise.
FROM INTERRUPTION TO INTERACTION, online advertising has progressed quickly in the last few years, says Steve Nimmons.
STEVE NIMMONS warns of the hidden threat to corporate privacy and online reputation lurking within Web 2.0. Article originally published by Evaluation Centre / Conspectus in June 2008.