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Organisations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (Emea) spent €6.3bn on IT outsourcing during the first six months of 2017 as high value traditional deals increased, according to research. Traditional outsourcing deals – where a supplier takes on responsibility for an IT service and brings its own people in to run it, or develops and supports software [...]

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Cloud robotics is set to generate new value chains, technologies, architectures and business models, according to a new paper. The report, put together by GTI, a body focusing on the TD-LTE (time division long term evolution) ecosystem alongside SoftBank, CloudMinds, China Mobile, Huawei and Skymind, argues the advantages of cloud robots, with the same common [...]

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Story behind Fitness applications are becoming more and more popular nowadays. Many of them can track your way while you’re running, monitor your heartrate, speed, etc. But every time you change you exercise you should make app be aware of that. This is a really good idea to click the button in an app and [...]

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The C-suite, including the CEO, are most at risk from being hacked when working outside of the office, according to a new report from mobile connectivity provider iPass. The findings, which appear in the company’s latest annual Mobile Security Report, show that of the 500 CIOs and senior IT decision makers surveyed, almost half (47%) [...]

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Survey finds cloud everywhere, and with it, demand for security services. Until recently, security was cloud’s Achilles Heel. Now, many are turning to the cloud itself to provide needed security. That’s one of the takeaways of a recent survey of 401 IT professionals, released by Insight, a technology services provider. Overall, the survey shows, IT professionals graded [...]

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Large deals to GRAIL and Hao Daifu in Q1’17 pushed global funding up 100% over Q4’16. Deals to digital health startups fell for the first time in 4 years in 2016. Global funding into the sector, however, grew for the 7th straight year in large part due to sizable rounds to Oscar Health Insurance and Ping An Haoyisheng. [...]

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Digital technologies play an ever-increasing role in our daily lives. Companies must follow suite to provide consumers with the digitally-connected experiences they expect. Digital transformation takes commitment but it is no longer an option for brands who want to stay competitive. Consumers will simply turn away from companies that aren’t keeping pace in favor of [...]

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Almost a quarter (23%) of all the data organisations hold is believed to be inaccurate, according to our Experian Global Data Management Research 2016. 39% have 50 or more databases of contact data, up from 10% in 2014. When it comes to data quality, 2017 will be a challenging year, with organisations across the board [...]

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Recent data suggests that there are over 90,000 IT professionals in Ukraine (including 50,000 Ukrainian developers) — an impressive number which puts the country way ahead of the rest of Europe in terms of tech talent. Let’s compare two pools of programmers in Ukraine: there are 800+ available CVs of iOS developers while the quantity [...]

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Symantec’s Internet Security Report Volume 22 reveals new levels of ambition and sophistication displayed by cyber attackers. The 77-page report covers information gained from Symantec’s Global Intelligence Network tracking over 700,000 global adversaries and records events from 98 million attack sensors in more than 157 countries. But it also includes Endpoint Protection, Symantec DeepSight Intelligence, Symantec Managed [...]

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