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Great resignation fuelled by digital disappointment

Unreliable IT service and equipment was the third most influential factor for employee turnover or burnout behind poor salary and unhealthy work culture.

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Legacy vendors losing trust

CrowdStrike’s fourth Global Security Attitude Survey reveals 63% of organisations are losing trust in legacy vendors such as Microsoft; 96% of organisations that paid a ransom were hit with additional extortion fees.

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Delphix, Unisys transform California State University’s Digital Strategy

Delphi and Unisys have accelerated California State University’s (CSU) digital strategy by providing quick and secure access to data to support student application development.

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CIOs emerge as the champion of the pandemic

Overcoming competing priorities and new challenges will be key to IT leaders’ success.

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Skewed analytics cost businesses as much as click fraud

New report shows that ad fraud, a $42 billion a year problem, and skewed analytics both cost businesses 4% of their revenue.

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Sustainability framework 'empowers' data centre industry

The rise in digital demand and increased pressure from key stakeholders drives the need for standardised environmental-impact reporting for data centres.

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European SaaS platforms grow engagement by 50% over lockdown.
Hitachi, Ltd. has introduced a new global partner program, the Lumada Alliance Program, that will bring together industry-leading partners from the domains of information technology, operational technology, vertical industries, academia, and government to collaborate on digital solutions that deliver economic growth as well as social, environmental, and quality of life innovations. Lumada is the name of Hitachi's advanced digital solutions and services for turning data into insights that drive digital innovation.
SMBs would pay on average 34% more for an IT service provider who could provide the right solution, a rise from 25% in 2019.
New technology and digitalised surveillance are causing employees to suffer from a form of ‘psycho-social violence’ and causing productivity to go down, claim Dr Phoebe Moore, Senior Lecturer in International Relations at Middlesex University London and Pav Akhtar, Director of Professionals and Managers at UNI Global Union, in a paper* published recently in the International Journal of Labour Research.
Increase in sustainable management of IT estates driven by refurbished devices and recycling initiatives.
1 in 5 DX projects were abandoned completely; 1 in 3 didn’t work as planned.
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Huawei Agile Solution Improves Jumeirah Group

Huawei helps the Jumeirah Group build a robust and agile IT department to support the rapid business expansion of the group.

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