As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the use of apps and other trace and track technologies have not delivered on their promise. Strong personal data regulation, coupled with public suspicion about how their data is collected and then used, is driving the debate surrounding Coronavirus and how technology can be used to combat its impact.
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?
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?
As the UK wrestles with its ability to use technology to trace and track COVID-19 infections, will immunity passports become a reality? Will this technology be able to consider the potential risks and downsides – inclusion vs elitism, protecting vulnerable people, saving lives, privacy and security?
AppDynamics have launched a COVID-19 edition of its global research ‘The Agents of Transformation.’ The report includes data from interviews with IT professionals – from board-level directors and CIOs, through to senior and mid-level IT management – in enterprise organizations across ten countries, including the UK. Who will transform your business as we enter the post-digital age?
Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Extended Reality (XR) and Quantum Computing expand (DARQ), will be the next wave of technologies to transform every business. How should your company ensure that DARQ technologies are used within a secure environment?
As businesses continue on their digitization roadmap, many have entered the last stage. Benefits are already becoming measurable and driving enterprise transformation. Silicon UK asks what barriers have been encountered, and what does a business do next, when it has achieved its digitization goals?
Data is now the most important commodity all businesses possess. Managing what can be vast databases of information needs a new role. The Chief Data Officer is vital to ensure the data available leads to insights and commercial opportunities.