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European businesses could unlock €622 billion growth with digital transformation

Three quarters of business leaders are reducing ‘tedious tasks’ as part of digital transformation strategies.

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Open source - from industry rebel to big business

Open Source (OS) is big business. Originally seen as the rebel of the IT industry, today not only does it command the attention of individual developers and small communities of programmers, but also that of large, global companies, organisations which now realise that it makes business sense to embrace this approach.

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It’s Time to Crack the B2B Sales Gender Diversity Code

By Mary Shea, VP, Global Innovation Evangelist at Outreach.

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Disparity between users' IT expectations and managers' experiences

78% of IT decision makers (ITDMs) state that their company provides the right technology to enable people to do their jobs regardless of location.

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CISOs prioritise digital transformation and cloud migration

Focus on digital transformation, persistent skills shortages and new risks around cloud migration resulting in CISOs consolidating siloed, disparate and duplicate systems.

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Research from HR platform e-days shows 60% of us are reluctant or unsure about returning to the office.
Rackspace Technology has published the results of a global survey revealing that, in addition to allowing products and services to stand out, modernizing technology and applications to improve customer experiences drives real-world, bottom-line benefits.
Designed to be intuitive, Cisco’s new network can recognize intent, mitigate threats through encryption, and learn over time, unlocking opportunities and enhancing business agility.
Agricultural machinery company to use software solutions from Siemens including product lifecycle management (PLM) to expand technological leadership.
Company delivers intelligent feed and personalised workflows within Citrix Workspace to cut digital noise and empower employees to do best work.
The City of Oslo aims to provide better digital citizen services related to home-based services in the nursing and care area. The services are intended to add value for both citizens and municipal employees, primarily by providing users with better overview and possibilites to influence their own health and care. The City has therefore entered into a contract with Tieto to develop new digital citizen services. The contract is also the first step to establish a platform for more services in the welfare area
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Huawei Agile Solution Improves Jumeirah Group

Huawei helps the Jumeirah Group build a robust and agile IT department to support the rapid business expansion of the group.

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