Banks around Europe are closing branches as customers embrace digital banking. But will this lead to a wave of redundancies?
AWS users old and new are regularly hit by unexpected bills, and this could harm the development of the in-demand cloud workforce.
The shift to remote working does not let employers off resolving the issues that drive women to avoid the workplace, writes Cristina Lago.
Individuals at different stages of their professional journeys discuss how ambitions have evolved since the start of the pandemic and the role Hexaware played in helping achieve these goals.
The future of work will determine organisations' success or failure, panellists at a recent Tech Monitor roundtable argued, and technology leaders are increasingly concerned with the impact of tech on workers.
CIOs have the highest turnover in the C-Suite. Guest author David Harding identifies the factors that make IT leaders disengage and quit
After George Floyd's murder, tech companies around the world rushed to send pledges to end racism and improve diversity within their companies. But one year on, little has changed.
Tech Monitor survey of over 600 technology leaders, supported by Hexaware Technologies, reveals current and future priorities across region and sector.
Tech company executives are getting richer, but those at the top reflect the sector's lack of diversity.
Covid-19 has turbocharged the rate of digitisation, accelerating global demand for software developers with skills in Java, SQL and Python.
Many staff are reticent about going back to their workplaces after the pandemic. Tech leaders must develop flexible solutions to help.
Online labour platforms such as Upwork and Freelancer have grown 60% since 2017. In future, they may influence how organisations manage and monitor their own employees.