Digital driving discretionary spends as clients cut budget, says Infosys
Infosys reported faster growth in digital including newer platforms, and services, in the just ended quarter
Conversational Commerce: Why consumers are embracing voice assistants in their lives
Conversational commerce is an unparalleled opportunity for brands to build highly valuable and valued personal relationships with consumers and use this new-found intimacy to drive brand preference and affiliation.
KPMG continues push into IAM space through Cyberinc buyout Australia…
KPMG has bought out Silicon-Valley based identity and access management (IAM) provider Cyberinc as part of its move to expand its cybersecurity solutions worldwide. KPMG also says the acquisition will help strengthen its abilities in IAM and will also boost both its talent and resources in the fast-growing areas of digital consumer identity and privileged user management.
The Pricing Monster
In the depths of the financial crisis, organisations looked at their consulting expenditure and started asking the obvious question: What, exactly, are we getting for our money? Writes Edward Haigh of Source Global Research...
PA Consulting Group
Data centre growth in the Nordics
The increased demand for data storage, and predictions of its future growth, is high on the agenda in most Nordic Energy utilities these days. The nature of the business model, where capital intensive infrastructure is deployed is a familiar game for most, and its growing demand for power has a potential impact on the future demand side...
Eight burning questions for enterprise technology in 2018
It's a new year and a new series of questions for business technology and the enterprise. We may not have all the answers for the year ahead, but questions abound. Here's a look at what's ahead.
Wood Mackenzie Ltd
How will utility companies adapt to the rise in renewables?
Utility planners will need to plan for an incoming wave of emerging technologies like EVs, solar, wind, energy efficiency, and storage.
PwC Drone Team Takes Off in the UK
Global consultancy giant PwC has expanded its drone services team to the UK. The move comes after the company’s Clarity from Above report suggested that the emerging global market for business services using drones is worth more than $127bn.
Siemens Corporate Shared Services
Why Siemens, GE, and Rolls-Royce are turning to 3D printing
As 3D printing becomes the new norm in manufacturing, many have waxed poetic about its environmentally friendly attributes, positing a green production revolution that minimise waste.
Microsoft Resumes Bitcoin Payments After Halt Over 'Instability' - CoinDesk
Tech giant Microsoft is once more accepting bitcoin payments on its online store. According to Bleeping Computer, Microsoft temporarily suspended bitcoin transactions last week, with company sources citing the "unstable" state of the cryptocurrency. The reason was likely due to bitcoin's current high volatility and fees, the tech news source added.
Ransomware and DoS attacks will continue to grow in 2018
The 2018 ransomware rollercoaster will be a rough ride for consumers and business alike, says DomainTools' senior security researcher Kyle Wilhoit. In 2017, threats such as phishing, ransomware, and massive data breaches plagued consumers and businesses. TechRepublic's Dan Patterson spoke with DomainTools' senior security researcher Kyle Wilhoit to discuss what cybersecurity threats will be popular in 2018.
Mobile retail trend predictions: what to expect from 2018…
The retail industry experienced a rollercoaster of changes through 2017. So what does 2018 have in store? Here we ask some of the experts.
Leveraging lean across the finance function
Lean is a business methodology focused on customer value and resource efficiency – essentially a tool for optimising processes and underpinning sustainable competitive advantage. One area of business in which the application of lean techniques can be particularly beneficial is the finance function.
Reimagining telecommunications with blockchains
From concept to reality
Most communications service providers (CSPs) are in the midst of large digital transformation programs in response to the disruptions plaguing them. Adding blockchain to this equation offers potential to both rationalize a CSP’s current operations and develop new blockchain-based services...
8 game-changing data trends that will impact businesses in 2018
IoT, GDPR regulations, and the rise of the chief data officer will impact enterprise data management in 2018, according to Infogix.
Emmi overhauls its business processes with a unifying IT platform and milks the rewards
Together with management and technology consultancy BearingPoint, Emmi launches a grand redesign of its business process landscape, netting millions in projected future savings
NewVoiceMedia appoints Dennis Fois as new CEO
NewVoiceMedia, a leading global provider of cloud contact centre and inside sales technology that enables businesses to have more successful conversations, announced today that its Board of Directors have appointed Dennis Fois as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. Fois will lead NewVoiceMedia through its next growth phase, aimed at doubling turnover by 2020.
GDPR: No part of a group is too small for appropriate focus
Are you, despite being a small company, part of a large group?
When having an initial discussion with a company representative, we talked about where they are, what they initially have to do and sketched a very rough roadmap of what needs to happen by May 25 2018 and beyond.
Millennials to become a key driver of China’s consumer and retail market, says KPMG
Millennials are set to become a key driver of China’s consumer and retail market, according to a new survey by KPMG. The survey, jointly commissioned by KPMG China and online shopping platform Mei.com, was carried out by Ipsos in September and involved 3,004 mainland China consumers.
20 Cryptocurrencies That Ran Circles Around Bitcoin in 2017
Sixteen digital coins gained more than 11,700%, with one surpassing the 1,000,000% mark.