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Understanding GDPR: General Data Protection Regulation

Any business or organization providing the general public with a product or service should be familiar with the UK Data Protection Act 1998, and from the 25th May 2018, the European Union will enforce GDPR (General Data

The Changes That Can Improve Any Piece of Technology

If you often find yourself using something technological and thinking that it could probably be vastly improved, you might well be right. Most technology which we are sold today is not exactly at an expert level, and

The State of The Global Printing Industry

Big business relies on big printing orders and, therefore, the printing industry is a big business in its own right. The industry accounts for an awful lot of investment across the globe and that, in turn, means

Custom Software Development Trends

2016 brought a lot of chatter about smart tools, predictive analytics and cloud offerings. 2017 is about launching those solutions in companies across a range of industries, helping businesses better connect with their users. Whether customers are

9 Tech Jobs You Can Do With an Engineering Degree

For many, engineering is the ideal field. Not only does it offer opportunities to directly apply skills and knowledge ― which are regrettably rare in other professions ― but it is especially stable and remarkably lucrative. In

The Tech Taking Healthcare Provision to a New Level

Healthcare provision is a part of life that has always been in demand. It is a part of life that is as in demand today as it ever has been — probably even more so. And it

Bonds for the Bots: Why Are Investors Interested in AI More than Ever Before?

For anybody who hasn’t been living under a rock these past few years, the words Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) will probably ring a few bells. AI refers to the general ability of machines to

Computers Trained to Detect Pathologies

Google has now taken computer technology to a new level by using computer based reasoning to aid in the detection of breast cancer. The machine is “taught” to look for cell patterns within the tissue slides, much