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IBM Security has announced the results of a global survey examining consumers’ digital behaviours during the pandemic, as well as their potential long-term impact on cybersecurity.
ProtectedBy.AI, a world leader in artificial-intelligence-driven solutions, has released Stay Cyber Safe: What Every CEO Should Know About Cybersecurity. The book is authored by leading cybersecurity experts, JT Kostman, Ph.D., and Brian Gallagher, the co-founders of ProtectedBy.AI.
Vodafone UK and Ericsson have teamed up to deploy cloud-native dual-mode 5G Core and bring the full promise of 5G services and future innovation to both consumer and business users.
Top Business Tech takes a closer look at the findings from SUSE’s “Why Today’s IT Leaders are Choosing Open Research.”
Vivaldi 4.0 has several new features, including Vivaldi Translate and the beta of Vivaldi Mail, Calendar, and Feed Reader.
Xactly, the leader in revenue intelligence solutions, announced its new, complementary revenue transformation service, Xactly Transform, which provides enterprise organizations with the expertise needed to unlock the immediate and long-term value of Xactly’s revenue intelligence and performance solutions.
ServiceNow, the leading digital workflow company that makes work, work better for people, today kicks off Knowledge 2021, the company’s flagship digital experience for its customers, partners, and developer community.
The past year has decimated the events industry in the UK, costing it an estimated £2 billion over the course of the last 12 months or so. However, the UK remains on a tentative roadmap to end all lockdown restrictions by the end of June, increasing the chances that some events could be fully accessible well before 2021 comes to a close.
Fast growing UK telco unveils new name and brand reflecting the company’s increasingly significant role in the UK’s digital future
Virtual meetings have been a staple for many businesses in the past year. Companies are using technology, now more than ever, to communicate, work together and even build team relationships. As workplaces begin to open back up, many businesses are contemplating a return to normality or a continuation of virtual conferences and meetings.
During 2020 and 2021, we’ve seen nostalgia everywhere. It makes sense, right? There’s no better time to pine for the past and relive happy memories than when we’re stuck at home during lockdown.
While people use email, chat apps, and other forms of communication now, important business conversations are still done over the phone. This is especially true whether an employee is situated in a socially discanced office environment or home working and making calls from there. Here are five reasons why a business phone system is still vital.
The future is here. What AI brings to the table is currently allowing machines to perform tasks and with that comes job insecurity for many. Is there an urgent need to propel society and business as a whole into a new realm using the technology?