IT leaders may be under exceptional pressure but there are several ways to enable tech investments to continue even when budgets are tightened…
Most enterprises are taking a hybrid approach to cloud computing, but what specific challenges do UAE enterprises face?
Perched on a hill overlooking the rolling countryside, Lavenham, in Suffolk, is considered one of England’s most well-kept medieval villages. Its picturesque half-timbered houses date back to the 15th and 16th century; a time when the village was one of the wealthiest in the country.
The fintech industry is seeing a surge in start-ups. According to data gathered by Swedish company Finaso.se, part of Finixio's personal finance comparison network, the number of start-ups in the sector almost doubled in 2019, reaching over 21,700 companies globally.
The business world has become much more demanding of technology in recent years. Driven by a thirst to innovate and find efficiencies, the pressure on IT departments has grown exponentially. But they've now hit breaking point, and are being asked to take on more than they can handle.
Latin America (LatAm) continues to see rising adoption of cryptocurrencies and their underlying blockchain technology. The region has the largest number of cryptocurrency users in the world according to a report published last year by statistics portal Statistica, with Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Mexico and Columbia all making the top ten. Adoption in western Europe, the US and Japan on the other hand, was very low.
Governments have recognised the need to address cybersecurity for a long time, but only relatively recently as a tier one risk. However, this increased awareness doesn't necessarily translate to deep understanding or agreement on an appropriate course of action. The good news is that there's a great deal of discussion, bringing together governments, the private sector and non-profit leaders who're looking at ways to disrupt cyber attackers.
David Brown, Penang Hill, is a popular spot for afternoon tea when visiting Penang Island. Away from the bustling capital of Georgetown and the tourist hub of Batu Ferringhi, Penang Hill offers visitors a cooler climate and beautiful views over the island.