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Businesses seeking to implement a net-zero cloud strategy must choose their provider carefully, as approaches to carbon emissions vary.
Today’s CEOs expect their technology leaders to drive growth, writes guest author Cathy Holley. For some, this requires a shift in mindset.
The likes of Uber and Lyft could soon face greater regulation in the US, but they are unlikely to accept it without a fight.
The Baltic state is digital in all things – except authenticating applicants to its pioneering e-Residency programme, which so far must be done in person, government CIO Siim Sikkut tells
Researchers hope an online game will spark a debate about the validity of ‘emotion recognition’ technology.
New 'as-a-service' model will transform Dell's business but it faces stiff competition from rivals offering hybrid cloud solutions.
New proposals aim to deliver a "level playing field" for all but have been designed with Beijing in mind, experts say.
Covid-19 is driving the emergence of smaller, more affordable tech hubs in the US and Europe, enabling the industry to tap into a more diverse pool of talent.
The UK public sector's three most senior technology leaders outlined their ambitions for digital transformation – and two new vacancies.
In the wake of the pandemic, regulators and clients want financial institutions to prove they have a positive social impact. That could spur a new wave of innovation with data.
Europe's digital prowess depends on its core technology businesses staying independent, says Graphcore's Nigel Toon.
Five years since launch, the UK's Digital Outcomes and Specialists (DOS) framework has helped to transform government but the Cabinet Office must reignite growth in the wider public sector, writes guest author Rob Anderson.
Tesla's $1.5bn Bitcoin holding may inspire more corporations to invest in crypto assets - and revive enterprise interest in distributed-ledger technology.
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