What does disruption mean to you? In the pre-pandemic days of 2019, disruption was the dream; in business it was a byword for innovation, transformation, dreaming big.
By Gary Harrold, CEO UK & Ireland, Swiss Post Solutions.
Just over a year ago COVID-19 swept across the globe, forcing changes across our personal and working lives. Without a doubt, one of the biggest impacts to organisations was the shift to remote work – forever changing the future of workforce engagement.
By Clément Wehrung, Product Strategist, Fuze.
Customer service has quickly become a key differentiator as a result of changing consumer behaviours during the pandemic. Personalisation from brands is in the spotlight and many organisations are adopting personalised customer experience (CX) strategies in order to deliver relevant messages to audiences.
By Brian Atkinson, GM & VP at Five9.
Living through ‘unprecedented times’ is nothing new for organisations. Businesses have always had to deal with highs and lows and adapt accordingly. The pandemic has shown that the flexibility to maximise or minimise the impact of planned or unplanned opportunities or threats is vital.
By Chris Huggett, Senior Vice President, Europe & India.
As digitization accelerates, how can the industry increase support for IT and engineering professionals amid a growing skills shortage?
By Marc Garner, VP, Secure Power Division, Schneider Electric UK&I.
2020 was a difficult year for everyone, with a huge number of industries suffering thanks to the pandemic. This was certainly the case for the sports industry, which saw reliable sources of revenue, such as ticket sales and food and drink at stadiums, decimated.
By Lars Rensing, CEO of enterprise blockchain service provider Protokol.
In a lot of ways, the economy is like a road; businesses are the drivers and customers are the passengers. And the vehicle propelling those organisations forward? Their IT architecture.
By Nick Ford, Chief Technology Evangelist at Mendix.
Robert Belgrave, CEO of Pax8 EMEA, shares his plans for the company, following a recent $185 million investment round - with ongoing geographical and technology solutions expansion very much on the agenda. Robert also provides some fascinating insights into the post-pandemic Channel and end user business worlds.
Christian Gilby, Senior Director of Enterprise Product Marketing, Juniper Networks, talks through the recent updates to the Apstra intent-based networking platform, covering edge, Zero Trust and migration services. He also details a recent customer success story.
Rob Elder, Vice President Data Centers, Bulk Infrastructure AS, discusses the current energy price spike and the impact it is already having on the global data centre industry - with a particular focus on how location is becoming an increasingly important factor for end users.
Or Lenchner, CEO, Bright Data, discusses the growing importance of ESG data, outlining the challenges of accessing, collecting, collating and analysing the many available data sources, and suggesting that improved government guidance and regulation is the way forward, along with the right analytics solution.
Healthcare professionals at Portsmouth Hospitals University NHS Trust are trialling an AI application designed to help detect lung cancers on chest x-rays sooner, in the first UK project set up using the Sectra Amplifier Service.
The research uncovered 64% of employees believe their experience with technology impacts their morale, but only 20% of the C-Suite put budget toward improving the digital employee experience, and only 21% of IT leaders prioritize end user experience when selecting a tool.
Leeds-headquartered SaaS firm eviFile has announced it’s working with Alstom Transport UK Ltd – the multinational rolling stock manufacturer and the UK’s leading signalling and rail infrastructure provider in CP6 – to roll out the eviFile platform across all live UK projects, including a contract worth £130 million.
Arcserve has published the first in a series of findings of its annual independent global research study on current experiences and attitudes of IT decision-makers (ITDMs) around data protection and recovery. Key findings from the research show that ransomware attacks continue to impact organisations worldwide with high costs, but they are still largely unprepared. With 50% of respondents targeted with ransomware attacks, the research indicates the critical need for companies to take a new approach to data resilience that fortifies disaster recovery strategies, backup systems, and immutable storage solutions to prevent the loss of mission-critical data.