Covid-19 has shaped a new learning environment; with students all over the world confined within their households, classrooms have gone digital.
Following the issue of the first negative-yield government bond in Britain’s history, there has been speculation of negative interest rate policies to be adopted by the Bank of England.
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a negative impact on most industries, but has been largely beneficial to esports.
Chipmaker Nvidia reported revenue of $3.08bn for the first quarter of fiscal year 2021, surpassing expectations at a time when many firms are struggling to survive the pandemic.
Insurance has typically been sold via brokers and other third parties that could advise customers on policies that best matched their needs.
Tech startups raising funds for the first time have seen a sharp fall in investment while lockdown measures have been in place.
The mind of an experienced and dedicated cybercriminal works like that of an entrepreneur: the relentless pursuit of profit guides every move they make.
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Doug Britton is the CTO of RunSafe Security, a cybersecurity firm that offers tools to protect critical infrastructure industries such as military systems, healthcare and data centres.
Esports is the fastest growing theme in the gaming sector.
Amazon debuts its new free-to-play PC game Crucible, with hopes of cashing in on the lucrative video game industry.
The majority of professionals expect the Covid-19 pandemic to accelerate the adoption of workplace and industry automation.
D2C models come hand in hand with digitisation.
Relationships between customers and insurers will be stronger as D2C models are adopted, and this will be beneficial to insurers.
Verdict Magazine Issue 3 is now out, and with the coronavirus redefining the world around us, it couldn’t be at a stranger time.
Since Covid-19 was declared a pandemic, a continual challenge has been getting personal protective equipment (PPE) into the hands of frontline medical workers who need it.
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Marketing and distribution are key as the rise of the internet has prompted customers to buy directly from providers.
While we wait for significantly more ubiquitous availability of 5G, which we believe will be an enabler of further real-time ultra low latency IoT capabilities in a few years, the IoT ecosystem remains active and engaged.
GlobalData research has found the top big data influencers based on their performance and engagement online.
Finnish telecommunications company Nokia has recorded the world’s fastest 5G speeds of 4.7 Gbps, breaking the previous speed record by 0.4 Gbps.
Facebook has unveiled its plans to launch a new shopping service, connecting users with businesses around the world.
The Covid-19 pandemic is driving robot use into the mainstream of everyday life, as machines take over many tasks that are deemed too dangerous for humans.
While the coronavirus has hit the bottom lines of many companies, it has also had an impact on some of those in the tech for good space, including London-based Food Drop.
Nearly a quarter of people currently working from home due to the Covid-19 pandemic do not consider data protection when sharing data, according to data discovery software platform Exonar.
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As the UK has climbed the tables that count the number of Covid-19 cases and deaths in each country, it has become obvious that it is one of the worst affected countries globally.