In the movie All The President’s Men, Woodward and Bernstein meet their informant in a parking garage and are told: “Follow the money.” If you want to know which technologies are hot in banking, you should do the same. The truly “hot” technologies in banking are the ones that financial institutions invest in—which are not always
The following article is an excerpt of the full report by LinkedIn We’re excited to present the first Emerging Jobs Report for the United Kingdom, shining a spotlight on jobs experiencing tremendous growth and examining what these trends mean for the workforce. Using LinkedIn data, we’re able to identify not only these emerging jobs, but
The Federal Communications Commission has thrown a curveball into the global race for the deployment of 5G — the much-anticipated fifth generation of cellular and wireless technology. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has announced his support for a government-run auction of underutilized 500-megahertz space on the electronic spectrum that cellphone carriers like AT&T and Verizon need
As a surveillance technique it’s ubiquitous, but is still a political, legal and ethical conundrum. What is facial recognition? Facial recognition technology has spread prodigiously. It’s there on Facebook, tagging photos from the class reunion, your cousin’s wedding and the office summer party. Google, Microsoft, Apple and others have built it into apps to compile albums
Recruiting is becoming a digital experience as candidates come to expect convenience and mobile contact. Savvy recruiters now have access to new technologies to forge connections with candidates and strengthen the employment brand. Introduction Talent sourcing and recruitment face tremendous pressure. Talent and skill shortages are widespread. Employees are demanding new careers and career models.
Eventually the cloud won’t be able to cope with the billions of devices seeking data storage, and more localised ‘edge’ tech will be adopted. Time travel to the UK in 2025: Harry is a teenager with a smartphone and Pauline is a senior citizen with Alzheimer’s who relies on smart glasses for independent living.
SAP’s Shuchi Sharma discusses with Information Age the importance of embracing diversity in tech, and how organisations can achieve it In 2017, #MeToo and the first Women’s March incited energy into the female population which has carried into 2018 with #TimesUp and the second Women’s March. As these movements reach out towards the corporate and enterprise level, it’s important
Digital rights experts across Africa nations have called for the replication of Nigeria’s Digital Rights and Freedom Bill by other African countries in order to energise the tech industry. The bill which was recently passed by the National Assembly was praised by experts as a step in the good direction in strengthening digital rights on