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From Feynman to the freezing: the history of quantum computing

An in-depth exploration of the history of quantum computing, starting with Richard Feynman’s theoretical work in the 1960s and through to the plans for commercial applications being made today.


News roundup: AWS suffers outage, Salesforce eyes Slack, and the UK doubles down against Huawei

A roundup of this week's tech news, including a major AWS outage, a huge Salesforce/Slack acquisition rumour, and some major layoffs at IBM.


Covid-19: the catalyst to safeguarding long-term business resilience

When balancing the continued volatility of today’s business landscape with the continued commitment to plan and build for the future, how do businesses achieve a steady-state of resiliency after COVID-19?


Secret CSO: Gerald Beuchelt, LogMeIn

What do you feel is the most important aspect of your job? “In my role, I value excellent communication between team members, partners, customers, and other stakeholders.”

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Parallel universe: how digital twins will populate the planet

Digital twin technologies are typically categorised into machine-only representations of devices working inside the Internet of Things (IoT), but we can also create digital versions of work processes, departmental functions and even...


CTO Sessions: Boris Penck, Productsup

Are there any technologies which you think are overhyped? “’Smart Home’ and all voice-based assistants. They’re not smart enough yet…”


How has coronavirus affected Indian outsourcing?

The effects of the lockdown on Indian outsourcing and the knock-on effect for the country's IT market.

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C-suite career advice: Joe DosSantos, Qlik

What are the three skills or abilities you look for in prospective candidates? “I look for critical thinking skills, communication skills and problem-solving ability.”

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Chinese chip making: is this the Dreadnought moment?

China is making efforts to build a chipmaking industry of its own. Can it be done?


CIO Spotlight: Antoine Boatwright, Go Instore

Looking back with 20:20 hindsight, what would you have done differently? “Not much. Failure is part of the learning process.”

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VR, AR and the future of virtual meetings

How will virtual and augmented reality technologies change the way that meetings are conducted in a socially distanced world?

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News roundup: more Senate heat for Facebook/Twitter, Huawei sells Honor, and VMware breaks into blockchain

A roundup of this week’s tech news, including more US Senate grilling for big tech, a blockchain venture for VMware, and the verdict on Apple’s M1 chips.


Gartner: Six tips to make better use of Microsoft Teams

Gartner has identified six practices that application leaders can employ to help employees make better use of Microsoft Teams.


Secret CSO: Philip Swain, Extreme Networks

What's the best career advice you ever received? “Don’t be afraid of making a mistake. The key is to learn from it.”


Bot symbiotics, APA’s analytical relationship with RPA

While RPA bots work to shoulder orchestration and deliver the front-line operational requirements needed for automation, APA analytics bots deliver the lower-level data science functions that both tiers need to make smart software...