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Mainland Europe now outpacing UK in AI adoption
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artificial intelligence (AI)

Mainland Europe now outpacing UK in AI adoption

Study suggests UK businesses have been hit the hardest by industry skills shortages
19 May 2022
Why are USB cable standards so tangled?
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Hardware

Why are USB cable standards so tangled?

The harder the industry tries to standardise, the more muddled it gets
19 May 2022
BT to invest almost £100 million in innovative 5G and edge business use cases
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Technology

BT to invest almost £100 million in innovative 5G and edge business use cases

The investment is part of the newly-unveiled Charter that aims to benefit BT’s 1.2 million business and public sector customers
18 May 2022
Apple executive rejoins Google over remote work policy
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flexible working

Apple executive rejoins Google over remote work policy

However, it’s unclear what DeepMind’s remote working policies currently are
18 May 2022
Preparing for the 3G sunset
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Network & Internet

Preparing for the 3G sunset

Although 5G is gaining huge momentum, an alarming number of organisations are still dependent on legacy networks
18 May 2022
The future of virtual assistants might lie in the metaverse
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voice assistant

The future of virtual assistants might lie in the metaverse

With the market slumping, could the once ‘next big thing’ be on its way out or will the technology find a way to adapt?
17 May 2022
Microsoft warns of new botnet variant targeting Windows and Linux systems
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Security

Microsoft warns of new botnet variant targeting Windows and Linux systems

The Sysrv botnet is back and equipped with more exploits though the primary goal of installing cryptominers remains the same
16 May 2022
Diversity in tech is a well-trodden path, but change is painfully slow
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Business strategy

Diversity in tech is a well-trodden path, but change is painfully slow

IT leaders have a big role to play in changing attitudes to diversity and inclusion, but not all of them step up to the challenge
14 May 2022
Zoom to acquire customer support platform Solvvy
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mergers and acquisitions

Zoom to acquire customer support platform Solvvy

Solvvy’s conversational AI and automation technology will be integrated into Zoom’s new Contact Center platform
13 May 2022
Zuckerberg teases Meta's Project Cambria VR headset
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augmented reality (AR)

Zuckerberg teases Meta's Project Cambria VR headset

The video features a pixelated hardware prototype and a brief insight into its mixed reality capabilities
13 May 2022
Flexible IT models drive efficiency and innovation
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Whitepaper

Flexible IT models drive efficiency and innovation

A modern approach to infrastructure management
12 May 2022
Unlocking the value of data with data innovation acceleration
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Whitepaper

Unlocking the value of data with data innovation acceleration

Diving into what a mature data innovation practice looks like
12 May 2022
Protect and preserve your data from endpoint to infrastructure
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Whitepaper

Protect and preserve your data from endpoint to infrastructure

Achieve cyber resilience with help from a powerhouse partnership
12 May 2022
Technology reimagined
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Whitepaper

Technology reimagined

Why PCaaS is perfect for modern schools
12 May 2022
Meeting the future of education with confidence
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Whitepaper

Meeting the future of education with confidence

How the switch to digital learning has created an opportunity to meet the needs of every student, always
12 May 2022
Education redefined
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Whitepaper

Education redefined

Ensuring inspirational learning for everyone, everywhere
12 May 2022
The digital workplace roadmap
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Whitepaper

The digital workplace roadmap

A leader's guide to strategy and success
12 May 2022
Deliver a modernised end-user experience that pays for itself
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Whitepaper

Deliver a modernised end-user experience that pays for itself

Start modernising PC lifecycle management today
12 May 2022
Organisations accelerating their digital workplace achieve improvements
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Whitepaper

Organisations accelerating their digital workplace achieve improvements

See the biggest return on device investments
12 May 2022
Three lessons the iPod can teach us about disruption
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Technology

Three lessons the iPod can teach us about disruption

It wasn’t the first MP3 player – but it was the first to fit 1,000 songs in your pocket
11 May 2022
Google Cloud confirms it is building a dedicated team to support Web3 developers
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Cloud

Google Cloud confirms it is building a dedicated team to support Web3 developers

Google Cloud's new team will focus on helping developers build new projects around decentralised technologies such as blockchain, cryptocurrency, and …
9 May 2022
FIRMUS raises $4.5 million for its AI-based construction platform
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artificial intelligence (AI)

FIRMUS raises $4.5 million for its AI-based construction platform

The Israeli startup employs AI and computer vision to unravel errors in construction planning
9 May 2022
Nvidia settles cryptomining charges for $5.5 million
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cryptocurrencies

Nvidia settles cryptomining charges for $5.5 million

Nvidia’s gaming chips had been used to mine cryptocurrency, including Ethereum, since at least 2018
9 May 2022