Translating the language of technology


Professor Brian Cox OBE is a hugely insightful and charismatic speaker, and the huge turnout for his opening keynote speech at IP EXPO Europe served to reinforce his unparalleled ability to explain some of the world’s most complex theories through simple terminology.

Will it be a hard or soft GDPR?


The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force in May 2018 and will bring with it onerous fines of 4% of the previous year’s turnover or €20 million, whichever is the greater, for non-compliance.

The future is now


How many of us faced with yet another train strike or traffic jam wish they could fly above the chaos using their own personal jetpack?

The world in your pocket


It’s a camera. A diary. A sat nav. A word processor. A games console. A wallet. A train ticket. A television. A boarding pass. A newspaper. A map. A video recorder. A calendar. A social media forum. A means to hail a cab. Oh, and a phone.

Is cash still king in the capital?


After spending a few years living and working in financial services PR in the Middle East, several things have struck me upon my recent return to London.

Citigate Dewe Rogerson hosts a roundtable on the subject of m-commerce and the future or retail

Company News,Corporate and Consumer PR,Technology

Georgia Hanias, Director in Citigate Dewe Rogerson’s technology and start-up practise, recently hosted a roundtable with Tech City News on the subject of mobile commerce and the future of retail. The ubiquity of the smartphone has changed the way people interact with stores and how they buy goods, with nearly four in 10 visits to…

Is your start-up ready for PR?


A day doesn’t go by without another start-up making the news. Everyone seems to be doing well and getting the funding they need – at least that’s the impression you get when you mingle with the folks at London’s trendiest workspaces. When things are going well companies usually want to shout about it. That’s when…

Cloud bandwagon has passed and security isn’t such a big deal after all


At the GigaOM technology structure show last week in London Harish Rao from Capgemini told a workshop audience that cloud computing as we know it is dead. ‘The loud bandwagon has passed,’ he declared. ‘We spend our time now predicting what is needed in business and finding workable solutions before problems are born.’