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  • Comment: How websites watch your every move and ignore privacy settings

    Comment: How websites watch your every move and ignore privacy settings

    Yijun Yu, senior lecturer, department of computing and communications at The Open University, looks at how third party tracking services used by businesses to monitor how users navigate websites could potentially lead to identity theft.

    Comment: How websites watch your every move and ignore privacy settings
  • JD Sports kits out all stores with new security technology

    JD Sports kits out all stores with new security technology

    All JD Sports stores across Europe and Australia will use new anti-theft technology on garments, following the completion of a successful trial.

    JD Sports kits out all stores with new security technology
  • Comment: Computers will soon be able to fix themselves – are IT departments for the chop?

    Comment: Computers will soon be able to fix themselves – are IT departments for the chop?

    Saemundur Haraldsson, postdoctoral research fellow, University of Stirling, Alexander Brownlee, senior research assistant, University of Stirling, & John R. Woodward, lecturer in computer science, Queen Mary University of London, take a look at whether there will even be a need for a IT department in the near future.

    Comment: Computers will soon be able to fix themselves – are IT departments for the chop?
  • What is blockchain and what can it do for retail?

    What is blockchain and what can it do for retail?

    More than just accepting Bitcoin for goods and services, Essential Retail takes a look at how blockchain has the potential to revolutionise all parts of the retail industry.

    What is blockchain and what can it do for retail?
  • Amazon Key: Security concerns & fulfilment opportunities

    Amazon Key: Security concerns & fulfilment opportunities

    Amazon raises eyebrows with the launch of Amazon Key which gives couriers the ability to unlock people’s homes to deliver packages inside.

    Amazon Key: Security concerns & fulfilment opportunities
  • Is retail like Minority Report yet?

    Is retail like Minority Report yet?

    It is often said much of modern retail technology will enable experiences like those envisaged in the 2002 future-gazing film Minority Report. But what are those experiences and are we starting to see them materialise yet?

    Is retail like Minority Report yet?
  • Comment: Cybersecurity risks for eCommerce companies particularly in light of the GDPR

    Comment: Cybersecurity risks for eCommerce companies particularly in light of the GDPR

    Bryony Long senior associate at Lewis Silkin LLP, takes a look at how the new GDPR rules will impact cybersecurity.

    Comment: Cybersecurity risks for eCommerce companies particularly in light of the GDPR
  • Comment: The big business revolution - why the future is blockchain

    Comment: The big business revolution - why the future is blockchain

    Rob Gowers, senior lecturer in leadership and management and Jukka Aminoff, visiting honorary professor, at Anglia Ruskin University, take a look at the impact blockchain will have on business.

    Comment: The big business revolution - why the future is blockchain
  • The retail industry’s payment security problem

    The retail industry’s payment security problem

    Retail appears to be going backwards when it comes to payment security. Essential Retail explores where the industry is going wrong and how it can improve.

    The retail industry’s payment security problem
  • How retail is tackling the cybersecurity skills shortage

    How retail is tackling the cybersecurity skills shortage

    The number of retailers reporting data breaches has doubled in the last year, but the sector and government are laying down plans to address a cybersecurity skills shortage.

    How retail is tackling the cybersecurity skills shortage
  • Alibaba continues drive to eliminate online counterfeiting

    Alibaba continues drive to eliminate online counterfeiting

    Alibaba Group unveils enhancements to its Intellectual Property Protection (IPP) Platform, as it uses technology to reduce online counterfeiting.

    Alibaba continues drive to eliminate online counterfeiting

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Digital literacy skills must be on Budget agenda, says BRC
Digital literacy skills must be on Budget agenda, says BRC