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Employment in the tech sector, which helped the country keep working during lockdown, remained above 1.5 million
Says it is no longer processing orders from the Chinese firm
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There are all sorts of routine IT management tasks that would benefit from being automated
The emphasis will be more on ensuring a diversity of suppliers and less on cost-cutting say experts
Coronavirus has torn through the best laid business plans leaving many feeling adrift, but the lockdown can be turned to our advantage with a bit of shared wisdom
Becoming a COBOL expert could give you a well paid job for life, but is it a job you'd want?
Computing's Women in Tech Awards are on track for a big year in 2020, with dozens of prestigious awards to be won by women at all levels, and at every stage of their career
Additional $250 million sees the Silicon Valley start-up's value rise to $4.5 billion
Cuts due to a lack of new projects and investors being more cautious
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Travelex systems went down for a month following a ransomware outage launched on New Year’s Eve
Cripps Pemberton Greenish partner Kathryn Rogers explores the options in trade mark disputes following from the BT-Technology Will Save Us trade mark spat
Capper to take charge of data-driven digital transformation at global engineering firm SNC-Lavalin
Diversity is not economics - you need to start from the top, says Pitney Bowes' Sheryl Battles
The airline, which had no formal approach to APIs, needed new ways to compete in a crowded market