IT departments struggling to keep pace with growing rate of business change

‘Business as usual’ approach to IT development too slow for modern businesses.

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Today’s big trends in robotics

The Robolution: are we walking the talk? asks Catherine Simon.

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How the trend for more collaboration can deliver better performance

Companies that build formal collaborations with rivals boost their business performance, new research has found.

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Just under one third of UK businesses have a Digital Transformation strategy in place today

The Cloud plays a crucial role in the Digital Transformation journey for enterprises no matter what the size and scale.

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Tieto to support Ahlstrom’s IT transformation

Tieto and Ahlstrom into agreement for faster and agile response to Ahlstrom's business needs.

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Software AG reveals next gen business analytics & data visualisation

Unlocks and visualises streaming data or data-at-rest to gain smart insights from Software AG’s Digital Business Platform.

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Artificial Intelligence is in widespread use across enterprises, driving tangible benefits while creating new opportunities and challenges for business leaders and the workforce.
New research finds two thirds of agritech businesses will spend between 10-20 per cent of their IT budget on IoT development by 2022 .
Composable technology stacks that incorporate edge 2.0, microservices, blockchain and AI 2.0 capabilities likely to enable a new wave of unique and interactive applications across industries.
AI-powered analysis of 38,000 international matches and 1 million tournament simulations gives Three Lions little hope for joy in Russia.
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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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