Thursday, 16th July 2020
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Ensuring business continuity under exceptional circumstances

Many organisations have automated knowledge work processes powered by a range of technologies including Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) and this will only continue to grow. By James Ewing, Regional Director UK & Ireland at Digital Workforce.

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Software Delivery in the fast lane

Using SDM to eliminate traffic and bottlenecks in the delivery process. By Anders Wallgren, VP Technology Strategy, CloudBees.

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From antique stalls to IT: Why customer experience is timeless

The term ‘customer experience’ has risen to prominence with the digitisation of services, particularly in the increasingly competitive and complex banking and telecommunications sectors. But in reality, customer experience is much more than a strategy to navigate a competitive landscape and digital disruption. It has to be the absolute central cog in a business, with everything else – from product sets, to go-to-market strategies – designed around it. By Lee James, CTO, EMEA at Rackspace.

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Redefining the office with collaboration tools

Technology advancements are changing the way employees work and where they work. By Matt Saunders, Head of DevOps at Adaptavist.

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Why business should adopt an open framework for the Zettabyte Age

Data growth has been on a steep trajectory, and IDC is expecting 103 zettabytes of data to be generated worldwide by 2023. With the proliferation of IoT devices, 5G-enabled technologies, and the massive growth of video, we’re just scratching the surface in terms of how companies will be storing and extracting value from data. That said, if there’s one certainty about entering the zettabyte age, it is the fact that companies need to reconsider how they architect data centres to meet these demands...

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Business success in the middle of the app explosion

History will show we are in the middle of an application explosion. Ten years ago, there were 52 million apps available globally. Now there are 335 million; and by 2024 it is forecast there will be almost three quarters of a billion. By Jean-Pierre Brulard, SVP & GM, VMware EMEA.

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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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