The second in our Riding the next wave series looks at the impact of cognitive computing and its potential to support the workforce.
Agile and ITIL®
Within the world of method frameworks it is very easy to become polarised on one specific framework...Read our insights
Microsoft case study
'We believe the CITP programme represents today's benchmark of IT excellence and professionalism and it's starting to gain international industry recognition'Read the Case study
The digital CIO in a digital world
'Future innovation will come from the people who deliver technology not the technology itself'View report (pdf)
Energy and UtilitiesEnergy by half Read our insights
Security is an HR problemWe can control our technology but not our people Read our insights
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IT skills shortage
Alison Holt Founder and Director of Longitude 174 Ltd
We are facing a shortage of specialist IT skills across the nation, but it really shouldn’t come as a surprise to anybody. As a result of the recession, we have been providing less training for our staff and we have been hiring less IT graduates who would have brought in skills in new areas.
Ubiquitous computing is set to transform the way we do business
In the first of our Next Wave series of whitepapers, author Mark Say outlines the advances in technology that are already influencing strategy in some boardrooms.
With the spread of computers into almost any device in any location, the opportunities for exchange of data – and faster, smarter decision-making – are immense. Is your organisation ready to prosper?