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KMPG just released part one of its Changing Landscape of Disruptive Technologies 2017 publication series, Global Technology Innovation Hubs. In the report, KPMG discusses the cities, countries, people and companies that are driving innovative development around the world. The report is based on data gathered from KPMG’s annual survey of over 800 global technology leaders, [...]

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Stack Overflow recently published a report on developer hiring trends for the remainder of 2017. Their findings drew data from 2015 through to the present, analysing the options chosen by at least 200 companies for Stack Overflow jobs. As seen in the graph below, the demand for hiring web developers skilled in ReactJS, Docker and [...]

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When the iMessage App Store first launched, it was touted as the next big platform for apps — a new way for developers to gain users and make money, and was followed by an initial surge of iMessage app downloads. Now, however, the excitement is fading as is the app store’s growth. During the first few months after its debut, [...]

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Quali, a company which specialises in providing cloud and DevOps automation software, took to a variety of US industry events during 2016 to ask attendees about their DevOps practices and the challenges they face. The verdict: almost half of applications in traditional environments were considered complex for cloud, while the current vendor ecosystem is open-ended [...]

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The 2017 Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) shows that the EU is making progress but the gap between top digital players and lower-performing countries is still too wide. More efforts and investments are needed to make the most of the Digital Single Market. Today the European Commission published the results of the 2017 Digital Economy [...]

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The amount of money U.S. users are spending on iPhone apps is steadily climbing, but one category in particular saw significant growth last year: Entertainment apps. The category – home to streaming services like Netflix, Hulu and HBO NOW – saw consumers’ average spending increase by 130 percent year-over-year, according to a new report from app intelligence [...]

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First IDC made its forecast on the public cloud, and now Gartner has done likewise, predicting that public cloud services market will grow 18% in 2017 to total $246.8 billion (£198.1bn). IDC’, by comparison, said global spending on public cloud services and infrastructure would reach $122.5bn by the end of this year with seven out [...]

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If you’re a hiring manager, you know how many resumes come flooding in every time a job is posted. That’s why the resume-screening process is now automated to keyword searches, just to help sift through the volumes of documents. However, if you’re hiring for cybersecurity talent, you don’t have to worry about such inundation. In [...]

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aNewDomain — How many people are on the Internet in the U.S. and worldwide? And what are they up to? Our friends over at vpnMentor recently dug through piles of Internet studies to dig up the most recent 2017 Internet statistics. Here they are — topic by topic. You won’t find a more complete collection of Internet and [...]

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Black Friday is November 25, the day following Thanksgiving (the fourth Thursday of November). Since 1952, it has been traditionally regarded as the most active shopping day of the year and it also starts the holiday season. We mention the holiday season for one good reason: around 30% of annual retail sales happen between Black Friday and Christmas. For some [...]

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