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The public sector faces challenges far beyond those experienced by the private sector. It operates within risk-averse frameworks that constantly drive down budgets and demand improved efficiencies, and many organisations work with legacy systems and inherent technical debt, both of which can require significant manual intervention to function. The pandemic has caused unprecedented pressures...

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Dr David Bozward, Head of Entrepreneurship at the Royal Agricultural University, talks to us about how technology is helping the agricultural industry to evolve Established 176 years ago, The Royal Agricultural University is one of the first agricultural colleges in the English-speaking world, and offers areas of study including agriculture, real estate, land management, international...

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Since it first emerged in science fiction, artificial intelligence (AI) has assumed an uneasy position in the public consciousness, with people in turn both excited by and apprehensive at its possibilities. Whatever your opinion of it, the reality of the transformative capabilities of AI-based innovations cannot be denied. It’s a tool that’s empowering governments and organisations worldwide...

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What is Tech for Good? Technology is arguably the most powerful tool at our disposal when it comes to effecting change in business, welfare and indeed society at large. There can be no doubt that Tech for Good is now a movement, and one that’s rapidly gathering pace. This momentum can in part be attributed to an increase in social solidarity in response to the Covid pandemic, which has led...

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After a year that’s had people re-evaluating life priorities, employees are more likely to ask themselves how to find meaning in a job than ever before. Company values that align with an employee’s sense of individual purpose are crucial for businesses and organisations who want to stay relevant and attract talent, especially tech talent. For talent in a competitive tech market, purpose is a...

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The COVID-19 crisis has had a profound impact on the vast majority of industries and, of course, the roles which function within them. This is particularly true of the tech space. The pandemic has accelerated the digital transformation of most businesses. As such, IT roles have become even more integral to ensuring organisations are able to adapt in an agile and effective way throughout...

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It’s no understatement to say that the Covid-19 crisis has caused huge shifts to our working practices and transformed industry landscapes beyond recognition. One thing this has made clear, however, is how integral tech professionals with the right skills are to organisational success. Which are the industries to see most demand? Certain industries in particular have seen increased demand...

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Adam Philpott, President EMEA of cybersecurity firm McAfee, discusses how the firm creates balance between its technology and talent strategies, to keep moving into the future. Uncertainty about the future is something many businesses have felt in recent months. While this can make many uneasy, Adam Philpott, President EMEA of cybersecurity firm McAfee, believes that a path can...

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Whilst consumer preferences for online channels were unquestionably present prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the unexpected global events of 2020 accelerated this trend on an unprecedented scale. Many businesses reacted to the crisis by fast-tracking their digital transformation initiatives, and there was a sharp increase in the number of businesses switching their primary focus to online...

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Cybersecurity breaches have recently made global headlines, many of which have been attributed to a rapidly expanded online world because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Consequently, there is a heightened push not only to prevent such attacks from happening, but to develop IT and security infrastructure that can deal with these differing and increased online demands. Therefore, there has never...

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