The majority of employees believe remote working will continue once pandemic restrictions are lifted and say they are working more productively outside of the office, according to a report by property technology firm Equiem.
Big Tech – Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google parent company Alphabet – all announced their latest financial results on Thursday, providing insight into how they have faired during the pandemic, and for the most part the news has been hugely positive.
Mathias Golombek is the CTO of Exasol, an analytics database management software company headquartered in Germany.
Digital business school Jolt has announced the UK launch of Switch, a bootcamp to equip participants with in-demand tech skills.
Three cloud firms have today announced that they have combined to form Kerv, in a £30m merger designed to challenge in cloud-centric managed services.
Two thirds of employees think remote working is damaging their mental health, according to anonymous workplace app Blind.
According to the latest Tech Nation report, the UK tech sector has truly cemented itself as one of the world’s leading centres of innovation, employing over 2.9m people and attracting £10.1 bn in investment throughout 2019.
Intel has reported its Q2 results, with above-expectations revenue and earnings-per-share.
Workplace messaging platform Slack has filed an antitrust complaint with the European Commission against communication and collaboration platform Microsoft Teams, accusing it of anticompetitive practices.
Kalyan Kumar is the chief technology officer (CTO) and CVP of HCL Technologies, an Indian multinational IT services and consultancy company.
The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the “crucial need” for digital infrastructure across the UK, experts from the telecoms industry have told MPs.
The Department of Health has conceded that it launched the UK’s coronavirus test and trace programme without submitting a data protection impact assessment (DPIA) – a requirement under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
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The economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic means global IT spending is projected to slump by 7.3% compared with 2019, according to research firm Gartner.
With numerous organisations rapidly adapting to the use of new technologies within and outside of the workplace, wearable devices could soon become a common sight in offices as a means of enforcing workplace social distancing.
While the past few months have been brutal, Simon Segars, CEO of semiconductor giant Arm, sees considerable opportunity to use the post-Covid chaos as an opportunity to create a better future supported by technology.
Online food delivery platform Slerp has launched a new table ordering service, enabling customers to order direct to their table via their phone while dining at a restaurant.
With the government recently announcing the phased reopening of non-essential shops, pubs, and restaurants, it seems that the country is slowly reverting to a more recognisable business landscape.
Google has launched a host of online tools intended to help people and businesses “digitise and grow” through digital skills.
The London tech scene has been named as one of the best technology ecosystems in the world, according to Startup Genome.
As many businesses face financial difficulty, marketing and advertising spending has been scaled down – especially in the context of cancelled events and remote working.
The time to judge whether the tech industry played an appropriate role in Covid-19 will be in a year and a half, according to Cisco’s chief strategy officer Anuj Kapur.
43% of UK businesses are considering replacing email as the main platform for employee communications once the lockdown lifts.
Platform technology will be central to the future of the construction industry after Covid-19, according to Procore Technologies.
The majority of furloughed workers in the UK are worried that they will not have a job this time next year, causing many to look to technology skills to improve their future employment prospects.
A Conservative MP has called for the UK government to invest £15bn in small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in exchange for shares.
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Bernd Greifeneder is the CTO of Dynatrace, a US-headquartered firm that provides software intelligence to help enterprises manage their cloud environments and accelerate digital transformation.
Ahead of this week’s CogX AI and technology-focused global leadership event, founder and CEO of CognitionX Charlie Muirhead talked to Verdict about the history of the knowledge networking platform and his aims for this year’s event, which has the theme “How do we get the next 10 years right?” Like many others, CogX 2020 is
Job vacancies have continued to fall as lockdown measures in the UK have been eased, but there is hope for those applying for internships.