Verdict was exclusively invited to a round table with Michael Dell at Dell Technologies World earlier this month.
In an era when technology takes the blame for many of the world’s woes, Michael Dell made no apologies for being a technology optimist at Dell Technologies World, striding to centre stage to deliver his keynote to the strains of We Will Rock You.
According to a recent report by Global Data, the video game industry could be worth $300bn by 2025, and with an estimated 150 million Americans now regularly playing video games, it now rivals film and music as a major entertainment source.
With the number of vacancies in the UK tech sector increasing by almost a quarter in 2018, companies must to work harder than ever to attract and retain much-needed talent.
Europe is struggling to keep up with the rest of the world when it comes to cloud computing, according to research from O’Reilly Media, with a shortage of data scientists holding back development in this area.
Today is World IP Day, where the importance of intellectual property (IP) is highlighted – particularly in the tech industry.
The latest ONS figures are fantastic news for British employees, showing employment growth and wage rises that put workers in a strong position when it comes to raises and moves.
Cloud computing has been one of the most talked about business transformation terms of the past few years – and for good reason.
Despite the continued uncertainty caused by Brexit, London has been named the most “digitally ready” global city by Siemens.
As the Brexit uncertainty continues, businesses are faced with the challenge of post-Brexit planning without clarity about what lies ahead.
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The ongoing Brexit delays are generating considerable uncertainty for UK businesses, which is leading many to hold off on investing in technology while the future economic environment remains unclear.
With the reappearance of some sunshine, it’s about that time to undertake a spring clean.
A lack of confidence in their qualifications and technical ability is a major barrier to women entering the technology industry.
Never before have we had a workforce that consists of so many different types of people.
Pinterest has set its price range at $15 to $17 a share in an updated IPO prospectus, estimating the startup’s value at between $10.6bn and $11.3bn, some way off of the $12.3bn valuation it received during a previous funding round.
The latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) release has found that UK labour productivity has dropped for the second consecutive quarter, raising concerns about the country’s ability to succeed post-Brexit.
A recent article in The Times in response to the current buzz around the critically acclaimed film The Favourite provides historical context to the film and considers the life of the eccentric queen and her extravagant tastes — the modern equivalent of £11,000 spent on hot chocolate and her donation of £2,250 to a ‘mad Spaniard’
The UK government has released a new edtech strategy to use education technology to “reduce teacher workload, boost student outcomes and help level the playing field for those with special needs and disabilities”.
London has come out on top for senior customer experience job opportunities, research from customer insights technology company Feefo has found.
Broadband and landline customers in the UK could now be entitled to automatic compensation when things go wrong under new Ofcom rules.
Today ride-hailing company Lyft will debut on the Nasdaq stock exchange following an IPO price at the very top of the expected range.
With the average salary for tech jobs in the UK currently at £62,500, compared to the UK’s average salary of £29,009, high wages have long been associated with the tech industry.
Data may be the new oil, but many IT professionals are relying on legacy database technology to manage the highly valuable commodity.
IT decision makers are overwhelmingly concerned that the issue of AI ethics in business is not being given adequate attention, with 94% saying there needs to be greater corporate responsibility.
In today’s digital world where humans and technology-powered systems interact in more connected and intelligent ways, it is critical for enterprises to continuously innovate and keep up with increasing end-user demands and expectations.
Whichever side of the Brexit debate you sit on, there is little doubt that sustained Brexit uncertainty has hampered the country’s economic potential.
It’s been nearly three years since the UK voted to leave the European Union.
Scandals within a company or the wider industry are driving professionals to become technology whistleblowers, according to research by Indeed.
With consumers becoming more conscious of the data they share in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal and businesses facing the increasingly difficult task of keeping it safe due to regulations like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), could blockchain provide the answer by facilitating the safe, secure and private sharing of data?