How UK SMBs Can Prepare for the 5G Rollout

The UK government wants to extend 5G coverage to all populated areas of the country by 2030. Learn how your businesses can take full advantage.

By |2024-07-12T16:50:01+00:00July 12, 2024|3g, 4g, 5G, Big Data, digital transformation, Edge, edge computing, emea, europe, Innovation, International, Internet of Things, Networking, remote work, SMBs, Start-Ups, telecommunications, UK, Uncategorized, United Kingdom|Comments Off on How UK SMBs Can Prepare for the 5G Rollout

83% of U.K. Businesses Pay More for Employees With AI Skills, According to Fiverr Study

Candidates with AI skills are offered a salary 45% higher than those without, on average.

By |2024-06-28T21:15:33+00:00June 28, 2024|ai, ai chatbots, Artificial Intelligence, chatgpt, CXO, Developer, employers, hiring, International, natural language processing, Tech & Work, tech jobs, tech salaries, tech skills, UK, Uncategorized, United Kingdom, wages|Comments Off on 83% of U.K. Businesses Pay More for Employees With AI Skills, According to Fiverr Study

Microsoft Charged for Violating EU Antitrust Rules by Bundling Teams With Other Office Products

The EU claims that by bundling Teams with other Microsoft Office tools, the company restricts competition in the market for communication apps.

By |2024-06-26T18:16:27+00:00June 26, 2024|Amazon, antitrust, Apple, compliance, emea, EU, Google, Innovation, International, Microsoft, Microsoft Office, policy, Software, teams, UK, Uncategorized, United Kingdom|Comments Off on Microsoft Charged for Violating EU Antitrust Rules by Bundling Teams With Other Office Products

UK Trails Behind Europe in Technical Skills Proficiency, Coursera Report Finds

The U.K. is the 25th most technically proficient country in Europe, with Switzerland, Germany and the Netherlands taking the top three places.

By |2024-06-12T08:00:34+00:00June 12, 2024|ai skills, Artificial Intelligence, coursera, CXO, digital skills, digital transformation, europe, International, machine learning, Microsoft, online courses, Security, tech skills, UK, Uncategorized, United Kingdom|Comments Off on UK Trails Behind Europe in Technical Skills Proficiency, Coursera Report Finds

4G “Unlikely” to be Extended to 95% of U.K. by End of 2025, Causing Issues for Rural Businesses

This spells trouble for rural businesses that have already been hurt by the turn off of 3G networks.

By |2024-06-07T20:16:05+00:00June 7, 2024|4g, 5G, communications, Hardware, International, mobile, Mobility, network+, Networking, telecomms, telecommunications, UK, Uncategorized, United Kingdom|Comments Off on 4G “Unlikely” to be Extended to 95% of U.K. by End of 2025, Causing Issues for Rural Businesses

Top 5 Cloud Trends U.K. Businesses Should Watch in 2024

TechRepublic identified the top five emerging cloud technology trends that businesses in the U.K. should be aware of this year.

AI Seoul Summit: 4 Key Takeaways on AI Safety Standards and Regulations

Major breakthroughs were made in global nations’ AI safety commitments, AI safety institutes, research grants and AI risk thresholds at this month’s AI Seoul Summit.

By |2024-05-24T13:56:30+00:00May 24, 2024|ai, ai seoul summit, Amazon, apac, Artificial Intelligence, Australia, CXO, EU, Google, Innovation, International, Microsoft, Security, UK, Uncategorized, United Kingdom|Comments Off on AI Seoul Summit: 4 Key Takeaways on AI Safety Standards and Regulations

Delaying AI’s Rollout in the U.K. by Five Years Could Cost the Economy £150+ Billion, Microsoft Report Finds

The report also notes reasons why the U.K. is not taking full advantage of AI, as well as how artificial intelligence could impact businesses and jobs.

By |2024-05-22T14:12:26+00:00May 22, 2024|ai, Cloud, CXO, cyber security, Data Centers, data centres, digital transformation, International, Microsoft, UK, uk economy, Uncategorized, United Kingdom|Comments Off on Delaying AI’s Rollout in the U.K. by Five Years Could Cost the Economy £150+ Billion, Microsoft Report Finds

9 out of 10 UK Business Leaders Suffer From Tech Anxiety That Disrupts Their Sleep, BT Study Finds

BT estimates that "tech paralysis" — where companies delay tech investment due to the stress it might bring — could cost the U.K. economy £11.79 billion by 2030.

By |2024-05-17T17:48:38+00:00May 17, 2024|ai, Artificial Intelligence, CXO, cyber security, digital transformation, International, it skills shortage, mental health, tech investments, UK, Uncategorized, United Kingdom, wellbeing|Comments Off on 9 out of 10 UK Business Leaders Suffer From Tech Anxiety That Disrupts Their Sleep, BT Study Finds
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