April 15, 2013 by Dan Swinhoe
It’s been very busy at IDG Connect towers, but I thought the constant posting of my techy stuff was jarring with the general rock and roll content of this blog. So I thought I’d do a big post linking to all of my content over the last five odd months. Enjoy.
With IT pollution the equivalent to aviation, green IT is becoming a big deal. But how do the US and Europe compare on approaches?
While the job market is saturated in the US and Europe, elsewhere demand is skyrocketing.
Syria and Egypt cut off the internet within their borders with little trouble. Could it happen where you live?
Can governments legally access your Cloud data? Depends where your Cloud resides.
With more and more everyday items now Wi-Fi connected and internet enabled, is enough thought being put into the security of these devices? Not really.
The release of the iPad Mini was underwhelming. Have we reached our limit with Apple?
A look at a new breed of corporate social responsibility.
An overview of R&D innovation centers around the world.
Apps are hugely popular, but who loves them the most?
What’s going to be big in 2013?
Some tech-related promises for the year ahead.
A look at how social media and mobility was impacting the 2012 US election.
An overview of IT & Tech in Morocco
Examining the rise of Smart Cities in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.
China is booming now, but what happens when the current crop of workers begin to retire?
In 2013, APAC will be where it’s at. See why.
Bangladesh is quickly becoming an outsourcing hotspot. See why.
How green is Asian IT?
A look at e-Commerce in India.
A walk around some of the major tech hubs in Latin America- from Brazil to Panama and beyond.
Famed for its inequality, what impact does leaving the poor behind have when it comes to tech?
A look at e-Learning and its impact in LatAm.
A look at how the Middle East uses the web.
Though Brazil is now a major economy and tech power, is the Digital Divide holding the country back?
A primer to the Emerging Markets report, how much potential does Morocco’s tech scene have for the future?
Another primer for the Emerging Markets report, this time looking at Iraq.
The third precursor of the Emerging Markets report, looking at the potential of Myanmar now it’s begun to open up to the rest of the world.
Once seeing growth of 8%, India has stalled. But is it failing? Features opinion from professionals within the country.
A look at the emerging markets of the future, featuring survey results of over 600 business & IT professionals.
A look at the data security landscape in the four corners of Africa.
A look at both business and personal mobility in Brazil.