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Don’t pitch transformational ideas if you don’t have trust, warns financial services CIO

IT leaders shouldn’t pitch transformational ideas to their boards if they don’t have a trusted relationship. That’s the opinion of Tom Clark, CIO of Leeds Building Society, speaking at Computing‘s recent Cloud and Infrastructure Summit North. “If you’re in fire-fighting mode, don’t bother pitching things like cloud, as you don’t have the reputation to do it,” Clark began. “It’s the ... Read More »

Reorienting your workforce in the age of AI

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Reorienting your workforce in the age of AI

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Android ruling is unlikely to weaken Google in Europe

Google can expect to receive an expensive telling-off over its anti-trust practises in the European Union in the coming months, but this won’t lessen its power. Margrethe Vestager – the EU’s top antitrust regulator – is dedicated to stopping abuses of power by large American tech companies, but according to a report by Reuters, even she struggles to truly affect ... Read More »

New world record as Pedal The Pond team cross Atlantic in 40 days

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Half of young women think they wouldn’t succeed in STEM, claims survey

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Plantronics to acquire video conference tech maker Polycom for $2 billion

Plantronics, best known for its headsets, has inked a deal to acquire video conferencing device manufacturer Polycom for $2 billion. Plantronics is financing the deal, which is expected to be finalised by the third quarter of 2018, via a mixture of cash and stock.  This week, the board of directors at both companies “unanimously approved” the transaction. Plantronics said that ... Read More »

HMRC’s automation is ‘years ahead of the rest of the Government’

For over a year now, HMRC has been automating its legacy processes to improve its customer service and remove time-consuming manual tasks from its staff. The work it has undertaken to set up its Automation Delivery Centre (ADC) helped it to win IT Project Team of the Year at last year’s UK IT Awards. When we say robotics, you might ... Read More »

How Ocado broke down its monoliths to create a scalable, saleable Smart Platform

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Government launches UK fintech strategy

Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced a new government strategy and specialist taskforce to boost Britain’s growing fintech market. Speaking at the International Fintech Conference, the chancellor said the plans are aimed at making it “faster and easier” for British fintech firms to comply with regulations and expand internationally. The government’s first Fintech Sector Strategy includes a so-called “crypto-assets” task force, which ... Read More »

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