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IDTechEx: How is COVID-19 shaping the future mobility landscape?

IDTechEx: How is COVID-19 shaping the future mobility landscape?

During the COVID-19 outbreak, the automotive industry has been hit hard by shutdowns of factories and sales around the world. The pandemic has slowed down global car sales and is shifting consumer behaviours in travel. Over the long term, COVID-19 could have a lasting impact on the mobility landscape.

New report: Impacts to global e-commerce and fraud trends amid Coronavirus

New report: Impacts to global e-commerce and fraud trends amid Coronavirus

Forter, the e-commerce fraud prevention solutions provider, has launched the May edition of its monthly COVID-19 Report, that reveals the impact of the current climate on consumer behaviour and fraud and abuse trends.

Why is Cloud Computing a Game Changer for Web Design?

Why is Cloud Computing a Game Changer for Web Design?

By James Daniels, freelance writer.

The rise of cloud computing is driving growth across the entire IT sector, with the U.S. private cloud market on track to generate $206 billion in 2019. No area of computing life has been left untouched, not least web design.

Multiple network outages costing enterprise businesses millions of pounds a year

Multiple network outages costing enterprise businesses millions of pounds a year

More than half of senior IT decision-makers and network managers globally say they have had four or more network outages lasting more than 30 minutes in the past year alone, with outages costing half of the surveyed organisations between £250,000 and £5 million in downtime, according to a recent study commissioned by Opengear, a Digi International company.

Why can’t CEOs find technical leaders?

Why can’t CEOs find technical leaders?

In 2019, Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends report found that only 41 percent of C-level respondents believed that employees within their own organisations were ready to meet their leadership requirements.

Covid-19 situation has enhanced the case for business sustainability, says Kyocera

Covid-19 situation has enhanced the case for business sustainability, says Kyocera

An unintended consequence of coronavirus-induced lockdowns around the world has been a renewed emphasis on sustainability, with clear skies over normally polluted cities being a key highlight. While reduced air pollution is evidently a huge positive, the increase in remote working also has enormous potential to help businesses better balance their reliance on consumable resources with the use of digital technologies. This is according to Kyocera.

Severe data breach could cost tech companies $174 million per day

Severe data breach could cost tech companies $174 million per day

Tech companies could lose an average of $174 (£141) million per day - or $37.3 (£29.9) billion per month - as a result of compromised records per data breach, new research shows.

7 in 10 public safety agencies see need to speed up mobile technology adoption – Zebra study

7 in 10 public safety agencies see need to speed up mobile technology adoption – Zebra study

Zebra Technologies Corporation has released study findings that reveal public safety agencies globally will increasingly adopt mobile technologies to continuously improve workflows and community relations within the next five years.

COVID-19 has brought cloud services to the forefront, says GlobalData

COVID-19 has brought cloud services to the forefront, says GlobalData

An unplanned, widespread move to home-working would have brought businesses to a grinding halt had large investments in cloud computing not been made over the past ten years, says GlobalData, the data and analytics company.

New study exposes hidden costs of high-performance storage; downtime and labour costs are significant burdens that risk the mission

New study exposes hidden costs of high-performance storage; downtime and labour costs are significant burdens that risk the mission

Total cost of ownership (TCO) now rivals performance as a top criterion for purchasing high-performance computing (HPC) storage systems, according to an independent study published by Hyperion Research.

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