AI consulting reinvigorates old business practises and brings them into the future. European companies must seek out generative AI consulting services to meet modern consumer demands.
The UK data protection and digital information bill has had its wording changed under a post-Brexit bill, undermining individuals’ control over and access to their data while favouring big business and “shady” technology companies, a digital rights group claimed.
It’s no secret that smart technology and artificial intelligence are becoming more widespread. With 54% of the world’s population living in cities, a figure predicted to rise to 66% by 2050, there is a clear need for technological advancements to keep up with the increase in population.
While the growth of cloud has been instrumental to the evolution of modern business, its increased sophistication also brings complexity.
Your company can attract top robotics engineering talent to the European Union with savvy strategies and industry insights. What are the demands of rising talent seeking European remote work opportunities?
Unemployment amongst young people is a challenge that is prevailing internationally. In Europe, youth unemployment rate stands at 15.1% — rising to as high as 32.3% and 27.3% in Spain and Greece, respectively.
In 2020, new regulations entered the ecommerce landscape: PSD2 Strong Customer Authentication (SCA). A part of the Payment Services Directive 2 (PDS2), it had one aim – to make digital commerce more secure.
Over three quarters (77%) of tech talent in the UK are unhappy in their current jobs and actively seeking out new roles, according to a new report out today.
Tech Mahindra, a leading provider of digital transformation, consulting, and business re-engineering services and solutions, announced that it has expanded its partnership with Vodafone Germany towards the transformation of its sales and customer experience processes.
The need for green technology that can solve the climate crisis has increased sharply. This applies in particular to the demand for hydrogen technology.
The rapid digitisation in the UK has meant higher-than-ever demand for digital skills. In fact, some degree of digital know-how is now necessary for many aspects of daily life, from banking or getting a passport to applying for jobs and more.