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How Manufacturers can benefit from Edge Computing

The manufacturing industry is producing more data than ever before as sensors become readily available and manufacturers look to squeeze ROI out of existing machinery while modernising their operations for the digital future. By Daniel Valle, Chief Technologist - Service Providers EMEA at World Wide Technology.

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Three ways businesses can adapt to the new sliding scale of business uncertainty

The UK has again moved up to level-four on the colour-coded alert system to manage COVID-19 risk and any need for future lockdowns. By Simon Kirkup, Solutions Lead at SoftwareONE.

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Why C-suite alignment is necessary for smarter technology investment decisions

Recent data has shown that business and consumer digital adoption has jumped five years forward due to COVID-19. By Pieter Brinkman, Senior Director Technical Marketing, Sitecore.

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A moment of reflection: A CIO’s perspective on the remote working transition

The coronavirus crisis has forced many companies to push ahead with digital transformation at high speed, causing many challenges for IT and security teams. Challenges include the need for extensive hardware purchases and new processes for home office work, but also connecting to the company’s own IT infrastructure and accessing files and apps that employees need. By Ian Pitt, CIO of LogMeIn.

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The new world order of working from home

At the end of April 2020, it was estimated by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) that 49% of the UK adult workforce were working from home full time. This equates to approximately 16 million people up from just 1.5 million a decade ago. Although it is hoped that many will return to offices during the next few months, a number of high profile organisations including Facebook, Barclays and French carmaker Groupe PSA have stated that they intend to make home working a permanent option for a la...

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How technology is helping shape the creative industry for a post-pandemic age

When COVID-19 struck, work and life for many in the creative industries was thrown into disarray. The recovery will be difficult. A report by the Creative Industries Federation projects the creative sector will be hit twice as hard as the wider economy in 2020. By Kristine Long, iX Retail Leader, IBM UK Global Business Services and Joseph Kearins, Strategy Manager for IBM Global Consumer Industries Centre of Competence.

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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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