Latest posts from our blogs
- Freedom of Movement (20/01/2017 20:48)
Laurence Eastham offers a cautionary tale about the monitoring of movements
- Predictions 2017.21 – Chris Dale (22/12/2016 09:16)
Here are some eDisclosure predictions for 2017 from Chris Dale, with some added wider, and increasingly cynical, predictions thrown in for spice.
- A Very Good Year – for SCL (20/12/2016 08:49)
As we near the end of the year, many look back and reach the conclusion that 2016 has been a shocking year. But it has been a great year for SCL and an incredibly exciting year for me personally.
- Predictions 2017.20 – Ed Boal (19/12/2016 10:36)
In (probably) the last of our predictions posts, Ed Boal closes with a bang - really perceptive views on the prospects for mainstream AI, the rise of the chatbots, M&A and more
- Predictions 2017.19 – Christopher Bates (16/12/2016 12:44)
Christopher Bates thinks companies' digital strategies need to move from theory to implementation
- Predictions 2017.18 – Kevin Gidney (16/12/2016 09:08)
Kevin Gidney sees 2017 as the year AI loses its ‘buzz’ and gains in utility
- Predictions 2017.17 – Monica Horten (15/12/2016 11:14)
Complex potential Brexit effects are considered by Monica Horten
- Predictions 2017.16 - Justin Dear (14/12/2016 21:34)
Justin Dear focuses on autonomous vehicles
- Predictions 2017.15 - Ian De Freitas (14/12/2016 09:08)
Ian De Freitas believes 2017 will be the year when we are all Watching the Detectives
- Predictions 2017.14 – Paul Lambert (13/12/2016 12:41)
Paul Lambert thinks 2017 may well be one of the busiest years for data protection issues.
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