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BYOD Becomes WFHD

BYOD Becomes WFHD

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has been a part of the tech landscape for over a decade. Thanks to COVID-19, this has changed to Work From Home Device (WFHD) with all the issues this has presented to businesses. Discover how your business can manage remote mass working and turn this new way of working into an asset.

The Shape Of IT In A Post COVID-19 World

The Shape Of IT In A Post COVID-19 World

Global IT spend is projected to contract 8% in 2020, according to Gartner. Gartner expects IT priorities to move away from projects aimed at growth or transformation, in favour of mission-critical technology that supports operations. While companies may pause large-scale cloud projects, public cloud services are expected to grow 19% this year, according to the forecast. What’s your business’s strategy?

The State of LawTech

The State of LawTech

What is the current state of LawTech? LawtechUK, will this year, pilot a government-backed LawTech R&D programme – the Lawtech Sandbox – to help accelerate the digital transformation of the UK’s legal sector. What could this mean for businesses and organizations?

Dr Rabia Khan, MD Discovery Sciences at Sensyne Health.

Silicon UK In Focus EXTRA: Does More Data Equal Better Health?

Rabia has a background in immuno-genetics with a passion for bridging the worlds of science, business and technology. She completed her BSc in Biology and Economics from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. She went on to complete a PhD in Genetics, studying the genetics underlying the host immune response to Typhoid.

Can More Data Save Our Climate?

As IoT and IIoT continue to rapidly develop, could this explosion in data collection result in vast improvements to how we manage climate change? When every aspect of our environment can be tracked and analyzed, does this allow more practical actions to be taken to curb the impact that climate is having across the planet?

Can Your WAN Cope?

As remote working becomes the norm for many businesses, what does this mean for network access and flexibility? Already video conferencing services are straining to deliver their services to a mass user base. Add in security issues, in this scenario, could your WAN cope?