Inquirer Debates

INQUIRER Debates are an interactive forum where the audience can discuss important topical issues, using a proposer and an opposer to discuss differing views of the chosen topic. Readers are asked to take part in two ways:

  • Join the debate by making comments on what you have read or simply voice your own opinion.
  • Vote whether you agree with either the proposer or the opposer. You can change your vote at any time during the debate.

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Recent debates


The Internet Of Things is an existential threat for technology adoption laggards

Is the the IoT is truly an existential threat for technology adoption laggards or is it all just hype?

07 June 2016 - 10 June 2016


The main problem with software licensing is…

What’s really the biggest problem with software licensing?

17 May 2016 - 20 May 2016


Apple iOS versus Google Android

Which mobile platform is the best?

03 August 2015 - 07 August 2015


The cloud is fundamentally secure

Cloud computing has shifted the technology landscape, but does it now offer the same level of security as on-premise?

11 November 2014 - 14 November 2014


Mobile versus Security

Does the rise of BYOD and mobile devices mean we lose control of security?

08 September 2014 - 12 September 2014


The Internet of Things will kill privacy

The rise of the sensor could have numerous benefits for organisations and individuals, but will user privacy be eroded in the wake of the Internet...

18 March 2014 - 21 March 2014


BYOD: Bring your own device or build your own disaster?

Bring your own, buy your own or choose your own device - what's the best option for keeping your business competitive, your staff happy and your...

11 November 2013 - 14 November 2013


The office is dead. Remote working is the future

Should firms keep paying for offices or just expect staff to work remotely?

17 June 2013 - 21 June 2013