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State of ITAM: How Your IT Asset Management Must Evolve

State of ITAM: How Your IT Asset Management Must Evolve

The role of ITAM [IT asset management] and SAM (Software Asset Management) have to change to not only meet compliance responsibilities, but also, to meet the challenges facing businesses in a post-COVID-19 world. Silicon UK asks how CTOs can evolve their use of ITAM and SAM, and what the future looks like for asset management.

Apple Loses Corellium Lawsuit

US judges dismisses Apple copyright infringement claim against Corellium, but iPad maker may pursue separate federal law claim

Tech trends 2021

Tech Trends and Predictions 2021

At this time of year, every business in the tech sector looks forward to trying and predict the trends that could impact their enterprises. As the hub around which tech businesses orbit, Silicon UK asked some of the leaders in the tech sector to give their predictions. Do you agree?

Alan Gibson, VP of EMEA, Alteryx

Silicon UK In Focus Podcast: Alan Gibson, VP, EMEA, Alteryx

Forrester highlighting the desperate need for data literacy as the adoption of analytics technologies accelerates amid the current downturn. Coupled with the recent release of the UK Government’s new National Data Strategy, Silicon UK asks whether the data literacy of businesses is mature enough to deliver value and innovation.

Neo Factory: The State of Industry 4.0

Neo Factory: The State of Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0 initiatives are transforming factories in a myriad of industries, from aerospace and health care to plastics and shipping. However, why do so many Industry 4.0 initiatives at today’s factories fail to scale? Silicon UK asks what are the key challenges to deliver the promises made by Industry 4.0?

The benefits of adding cloud telephony to Microsoft Teams

Remote working has been on the rise for some time, but the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated this trend. A recent survey conducted by 451 Research found that 67% of organisations expect remote working policies to remain in place either permanently or for the long-term. Many large international companies are considering closing some of their office locations and shifting to a permanent remote working model. All of this strengthens the case for investing in technology to support the more dispersed workforces that businesses expect to be managing in future.