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From AI to cloud-native – is your organisation future-ready?

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Can Apple's ops team handle this fresh crisis?

I suspect Apple’s operations teams is really feeling the pressure as tensions flare in the Taiwan Straits.

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As technology evolves, obsolescence is a given

Remember the old TV show ‘The Jetsons’? How is it that people in the near future never seemed to worry about outdated technology?

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Overdependence on PCs and servers drag Intel down

Macroeconomic headwinds weighed on Intel’s results, even as competitors show more resilience.

How remote work will improve lives — and destroy cities

The absence of tech and other workers is crushing city budgets and services, which could cause a chain reaction leading to the decay and shrinking of urban centers.

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US Senate approves $52 billion for chipmakers—but not designers

The CHIPS Act will provide funding and tax relief, among other incentives, to companies looking to manufacture semiconductors in the US.

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Microsoft weathers the financial storm with 12% revenue growth

Despite some tricky global headwinds, Microsoft continues to post strong results, buoyed by its cloud business, which surpassed $25 billion in quarterly revenue for the first time.

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Q&A: Dropbox exec outlines company's journey into a remote-work world

Almost two years after Dropbox announced it would become a virtual-first company, Andy Wilson, director of product, talks about why hybrid-work was never an option and what lessons the company has learned.

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NetApp’s Spot PC: a foundation for a new desktop paradigm?

NetApp may be on the right track with its modern take on a traditional thin client, the Spot PC. But it could see quicker success by partnering with another company.

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Don’t get too emotional about emotion-reading AI

Artificial intelligence tools now try to figure out whether people are happy, sad or disgusted. The reality may surprise and anger you.

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Will new EU crypto rules change how ransomware is played?

The European Union is cracking down on cryptocurrencies. That could have massive implications for enterprise IT.

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Netflix to launch ad-supported tier with Microsoft in 2023

The streaming giant lost fewer subscribers than expected during the second quarter of 2022, and hopes that a new ad-supported tier will boost growth.

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Geopolitical events put pressure on IBM earnings

Despite posting a 9% year-on-year revenue increase, both the ongoing war in Ukraine and the strengthening of the dollar have caused IBM to revisit its 2022 outlook.

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Inflation pushes some workers to new jobs — and some regrets

For some, the ‘Great Resignation’ has become the Great Regret. A new survey shows one in four workers who recently quit now regret their decisions, but most still believe they can make more money by switching jobs.

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Zuckerberg, Musk and how to mitigate bad executive decisions

When corporate leaders make bad decisions, it’s time to turn to employee metrics to try to ameliorate the damage.

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Remote work spurs a national wage leveling in tech

As more workers choose to work remotely, organizations face a dilemma: do they pay remote workers the same as those living in high-cost metropolitan regions? For some companies, that conundrum is already a reality.

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Q&A: Schneider Electric's North American CIO on how her company attracts, retains talent

Schneider Electric, a Fortune Global 500 company that specializes in digital automation and energy management, has created multiple programs to attract and retain employees — especially millennial and Gen Z workers.

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UK Competition and Markets Authority ramps up big tech antitrust investigations

Microsoft’s proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard and Amazon’s Marketplace platform are both currently being probed by the UK regulator.

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The Polish IT market shows resilience despite challenges in H1

Skills shortages and market unpredictability are principal concerns but opportunities for advancement and investment remain attractive.

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