The majority of companies are not seeing the results of implementing big data in business, a new survey has revealed.
Despite the UK banking on post-Brexit technology to keep the country’s economy buoyant, experts are sounding the alarm over inadequate education leading to a “brain drain”.
Fintech company Centtrip has found that one in five UK medium-sized businesses believe automation will help them compete with their larger rivals.
Tesla has confirmed that Robyn Denholm is replacing Elon Musk as chair of Tesla’s board after he was forced to step down by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in October.
With an increasing number of organisations trialling flexible working, and advances in consumer technology making remote working easier than ever, the traditional working hours of 9 to 5 are going out of style.
The IBM share price has opened down after the announcement of a landmark takeover of open-source cloud software provider Red Hat.
The IBM Red Hat acquisition, which saw the computing giant acquire the open-source cloud provider for $34bn, has been hailed as a smart move for a company struggling to maintain appeal for developers.
As those in the industry are now starkly aware, the UK science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) sector is facing a skills gap.
Every day seems to present a new study on the impact of technology on the future of work.
The United Kingdom is unrivalled in Europe for the creation of $1bn tech startups, otherwise known as unicorns.
Data regulations such as the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) can “cause friction” for businesses selling products and services over the internet, according to data Stephen Brobst, Chief Technology Executive at business analytics provider Teradata.
The software industry is now a key driver of EU economy growth, contributing €1tn of total EU value-added GDP in 2016, according to research by Software.org: the BSA foundation.
There is no doubt that automation in the workplace is on the rise.
Walk down any street in Salt Lake City and the chances are that, in sharp contrast to the pancake-flat city centre, you’ll see picturesque mountains on the horizon.
BlackBerry has reported its financial results for the second quarter with total company revenue of $210m and generally accepted accounting principles operating income (profit) of $39m.
From wartime walkie-talkies to the first words on the moon, Motorola has facilitated communication through much of the 20th century and into the 21st.
In 2014, research firm IDC put the number of ICT-skilled workers across the globe at 29 million – this includes professional software developers and approximately 18 million IT workers in operations and management.
IT developers and software engineers are wasting their time on maintenance and infrastructure issues in many UK companies, instead of contributing to strategy and growth projects.
As AI gathers speed, the country has a growing need for digital skills, but could selective education be the answer?