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Let us go back to the future: 5 technology trends for 2019

In the years to come, we will most likely remember 2018 for the increase in interest in personal data ownership, following numerous data breaches impacting tech giants, unfortunate driverless car crashes and Bitcoin’s dramatic fall in valuation. Whilst you would be forgiven for thinking that 2018 was quite a damning year in many ways for the tech industry, the outlook for 2019 looks much brighter. Here are five key trends that Cognizant expects to emerge in the year ahead, as technologies contin...

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Cloud means more cloud: Upgrading the legacy workforce

The cloud is redefining how we think about the design, development and deployment of services and applications. However, the movement away from on-premise and physical data centres is also creating a revolution in the IT workforce. By Steven Sell, capability manager at KCOM.

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How Can Technology Support Remote Working in the Digital Age?

More people now work from home - whether as employees or as contractors providing services to businesses or individuals - as the technology to enable remote working improves and more organizations embrace the idea of people working away from a physical business premises. By Patrick Vernon, technology writer.

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Entering the new age of the CISO

The role of a CISO is undoubtedly changing. Not only does the role now require more responsibility than ever, but the heightened risks associated with the role has put it firmly in the spotlight of both the company Board and the industry as a whole. By Paul German, CEO, Certes Networks.

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Helping channel providers differentiate on value, not cost

An infrastructure headache is coming. All businesses are facing the digital transformation ultimatum of disrupt or be disrupted. Yet many are in sectors that have not traditionally had such reliance on being at the cutting edge of technology, creating both a challenge and an opportunity for the channel. By Joachim Sturmhoefel, Managing Director at SEH .

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Retail as we know it has moved into a new Paradigm

In the 1950s, Sainsbury’s, one of the UK’s largest supermarket chains, was the first retailer to shift paradigms in terms of shopping experience. It offered ‘queue-less shopping’ – a self-service concept that allowed consumers to shop the store by pushing a metal trolley around the aisles rather than waiting in line at a counter to be served. By Paul Winsor, Director of Market Development, Retail and Services Industries, Qlik.

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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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