As the Committee on Standards in Public Life release their awaited report considering AI and its impact on the delivery of services, can government services leverage the power of AI safely and securely?
As businesses strive to reduce their emissions, their digital services and processes are often forgotten. Taking a comprehensive approach to digital emissions is now a priority. 2020 will see a shift in how digital pollution is managed and reduced.
Automation in the workplace will have many forms. The rise of AI could usher in new businesses processes that need little human input. In a world of automation, will businesses be able to integrate these systems with their workforces?
Is it hyperbole about the coming automation revolution? Are robots about to take our jobs? In this first feature, we bring some much-needed sanity to the debate. Which sectors are likely to be most affected? Should these people start looking for new jobs? And from the business side, what is the reality of automation? Will it massively cut costs and increase productivity?
With auto-updates now at an end for Windows 7, critical systems are still often run on old OSs. Why is this? And how can CTOs create a roadmap that ensures they understand and have planned for the obsolescence of their tech?
With Microsoft switching off Windows Server 2008, there is a distinct push to adopt Azure. Is this a good move? Silicon UK asks leading tech specialist for their views to assess whether moving to Azure is inevitable.
As one of the fastest-growing sectors, FinTech is building technologies and services that will touch every consumer and business. In this new series, Silicon UK explores the current state of FinTech and asks why companies need to pay close attention to this transforming sector.
The role of the CIO is evolving with more of a focus on revenue and strategy, according to the 2019 Global CIO Survey from Logicalis. The survey reveals that although CIOs are becoming more strategic and accountable, they are also under pressure with reduced budgets and higher security risks.
SAP is the market leader in enterprise application software, helping companies of all sizes and in all industries. 77% of the world’s transaction revenue touches an SAP system, helping more than 437,000 organizations to gain deep business insights and to operate profitably and adapt continuously without disruption.
Being able to innovate quickly and deliver new products or services to consumers is a core brand differentiator. Using a Low Code approach can massively cut application development time. In this Silicon Top Ten, learn how and why Low Code is essential for your business.