The hybrid style of working – half at home, half in office – is likely to become the norm for many companies after the world emerges from the Covid pandemic. Can Virtual Reality help with that?
Will cloud computing rain on the investor’s parade like it’s 1999? Surging valuations of Cloud software companies – and investor fears at missing out on the next Zoom – mean companies are being valued at billions based on meagre revenue streams.
Facing challenging times ahead, many organisations will be predicting the future of business. Serviceteam IT asked IT Directors, Managers/Heads and Engineers of UK businesses: When predicting the future of business, which from a list of options will impact their organisation the most?
5G is a wireless technology. Once it is fully deployed, no wire or cable will be required to deliver services or communications to devices such as a mobile, fixed devices like security systems or a car.
A tech skills gap has long been the subject of academic articles and blog posts. But will the effects of the outbreak of COVID-19 further a skills shortage in businesses? Learn what we found in this years research.
Do you know what Robotic Process Automation (RPA) form your Machine Learning (ML)? Learn more about RPA, a form of business process automation that allows anyone to define a set of instructions for a robot or ‘bot’ to perform.
Operational efficiency. What is it? Has it been maintained during remote working? Will this impact where you will work in the future?
What is Artificial Intelligence (AI)? AI is intelligence demonstrated by machines which would typically be traits of the human mind.
Businesses have begun to realise aligning projects with strategic business goals not only improves their competitive advantage, it improves the skills and engagement of their employees, enhances their understanding of local markets and helps them to be productive members of the communities they serve. They increasingly leverage core assets, including Digital Transformation, to these ends.
What is blockchain? The basic idea is that digital information can be distributed, but not copied. No one can change this data, but it can be tracked.