In the UK how is mass adoption of technology working out in our offices and is it causing any splits?
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However the same poll reveals that a large proportion of companies – 62 per cent – are still not investing in AI at all which shows that perceptions to challenges in embarking on the data journey are still strong.
This unique piece of research takes into account the attitudes and opinions of 2,000 small business owners and entrepreneurs from a range of sectors in the UK’s 10 largest cities.
Apparently more than half of Brits would.
This week’s CoreNet Global Summit 2015 focused on disruptive innovation, looking at how our perception of physical space is changing and how this will redefine our experiences in the future, particularly when it comes to understanding our working environment.
IT security professionals are set to be in huge demand for the rest of 2015, according to a new report from Robert Half Technology. Almost half (47 percent) of UK CIOs predict that they will appoint additional IT security personnel to their teams this year. A similar number (45 percent) say that they will enhance cloud…
Companies will miss out on top talent of Generation Z if they fail to create smart offices empowered by technology
The latest official government figures reveal that more young people are entering the workforce than ever before, with youth unemployment falling by 200,000 in five years. With ‘Generation Z’ now entering the workforce, companies in all sectors and industries are under pressure to create an innovative modern workplace that will help them secure the best…
Leading technology recruitment specialist Talent International as launched the 2015 Talent Unleashed Awards. It has again enlisted the support of Sir Richard Branson as the program’s main judge.
Face-to-face communication for learning and training has been found to be highly valued and has a long-term place in the commercial world, according to research by Loughborough University and imago.
IT professionals are looking for a strong culture of innovation in prospective employers, but employers don’t rate their companies very high on the innovation scale.
Millions of workers fear being replaced by a robot at work as 76 percent say a robot could already do their job.
According to a new report we should not be worried about robots taking over our jobs. Instead we should be embracing the variety of new skills available to us through technology.
Bringing in new technologies need to be implemented in a constructive manner and ensuring that staff are trained and knowledgeable when using new technologies.