The February edition of Gigabit magazine is now live

By William Smith
Welcome to the February issue of Gigabit magazine! Appearing on our cover this month is Indonesian tech unicorn Gojek. The company’s Chief Informatio...

Welcome to the February issue of Gigabit magazine!

Appearing on our cover this month is Indonesian tech unicorn Gojek. The company’s Chief Information Security Officer, George Do, tells us what cybersecurity means to an app that provides as broad a range of services as Gojek’s does.

“Gojek was born in the cloud, meaning that much of what we do pivots around that,” Do explains. “While the security concepts remain the same, a lot of the tools and processes are different when compared to traditional organisations that have a large part of their infrastructure still on premise. While traditional companies typically straddle on premise infrastructure applications and a hybrid cloud model, we focus more on the cloud model.”

We also hear from the CEO of SnapLogic, Gaurav Dhillon, on the future of enterprise automation and understand the need for a technological approach to food in the smart cities of the future.

Don’t miss our special report in which Harry Menear looks at smart cities and the 5G revolution powering them, interviewing a number of leaders in the field.

Our top 10 sees us profiling the CIOs of the world’s largest companies in order to find out how the CIO role is necessarily evolving as IT becomes more involved in wider strategy.

Don’t forget to read our other feature interviews with the likes of FICO, EY, Daraz, Vodafone Procurement Company and many more.

Enjoy the issue!

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