In this week’s episode of Mobile News, Matthew Cook speaks with the Head of Policy and Communications at Mobile UK, Gareth Elliott, about the trade body’s collaboration with West of England Combined Authority (WECA) to extend and enhance mobile coverage in the west of England. Matthew also catches up with the Director of Graystone Strategy, James Gray, to discuss his new nationwide research into consumer preferences concerning network operators.
In this week's show Matthew Cook discusses fraud and cyber security. He spikes with Panda security marketing manager Neil Martin about the panda labs report revealing its predictions for cyber-security trends in 2018. He also interviews BICS head of fraud operations and services, Katia González, and BICs vice president of mobile data business, Mikaël Schachne. BICS is a leading international communications enabler and we discuss their recent BICS report concerning fraud.
This week we'll be discussing how the Vodafone partnership programme has been coming along over the past twelve months with Vodafone's director of partnerships
and alliances, Helen Freestone. And we catch up with the Graystone Strategy Director, James Gray.
Politicians and economists have increasingly been talking about the risks of a future where robots make all of our jobs obsolete. But is that future already upon us? And in the meantime, are big companies using technology to create 21st century workhouses with bad conditions and even worse pay? In this episode, Stefan Baskerville, NEF’s Principal Director for Unions and Business, joins podcast regulars Alice Martin and Annie Quick to tackle the big issues – and the threat of robots revolting…
In this weeks show we discussed biometrics facial recognition software with GFK Director of Technology Imran Choudhary and Deloitte head of TMT research Paul Lee
We also spoke with New Way international Managing Director Nigel Prince about his involvement in the upcoming mobile news awards this March and of course we had a word with features editor Manny Pham about the new Mobile News magazine issue out this week.
In the latest Money Makers podcast, host Jonathan Davis is joined by technology specialist Ben Rogoff, the lead manager of the Polar Capital Technology investment trust, which has given shareholders a total return of more than 200% over the last five years. With the likes of Amazon, Facebook, Apple and Netflix leading the markets higher, how much more is there still to come from these global IT stocks? Is there a danger of another TMT-style market crash or a regulatory kickback? And where are the most exciting prospects in other technology fields, such as gaming, robotics and artificial intelligence?
Welcome to the This is Money show on Share Radio. From major supermarkets to micro-entrepreneurs we’ll be focusing on businesses big and small. Growing competition, inflation and a weak pound are all spelling problems for the retail sector whilst plans to scrap tax breaks threaten small businesses with bigger bills. Running through the various other issues from 4G to the strength of the high street Georgie Frost is joined by Editor Simon Lambert and Consumer Affairs Editor Lee Boyce. Plus how the new, forgery proof pound coin might not prove as secure as hoped.
Over the weekend streaming giant Netflix has been held to ransom by hackers who released ten episodes of hit series Orange is the New Black after their demands went unmet. So do cyber security threats such as this really represent a growing risk to the entertainment industry? Share Radio's Tom Hill joined Georgie Frost in the studio to explain more.
How will UK tech start-ups fare post-Brexit and can the country still become a European equivalent of Silicon Valley? Georgie Frost meets Gordon & Eden- a leading specialist in recruiting digital and technology executives and part of the Leap 100 list of fastest growing companies.
US Airline United are at the centre of a social media storm after a video emerged of them dragging a man from a flight and apparently injuring him in the process.
The internet was quick to vent vitriol at the company on Twitter, Facebook, and elsewhere. So what kind of damage do these social media reactions cause companies? And can they control the fire of internet user anger?
Matt Cox asked Dan Appleby, Head of Client Services at social media marketing agency Drummond Central, and the North East city head of the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising, to find out more.