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Rise of the Touchscreen

  Martin Kent, territory manager, HANNspree UK explores the rise in demand for touch technology and how this has become second nature to the human machine interface. Touch technology has come such a long way since its conception back in the 1960’s. But it hasn’t been an easy journey. It …

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PCR’s LATEST ISSUE: SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER OUT NOW!

PCR’s bumper joint September/October issue is out now and is jam packed with some fantastic top exec Q&A’s, features and industry opinions. Don’t miss our ‘Diversity’ focus with interesting insight from CompTIA’s Nancy Hammervik in our Big Interview special. Also if you haven’t already seen our Top 25 Women in …

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Health tech Special: How to get involved in PCR’s November issue

The next issue of PCR, which hits desks at the beginning of November, will include a look at the advancing world of Health Tech. We will be covering: The wearables market, Tech’s impact on healthcare Securing personal data Featuring opinions and analysis around the sector as well as product guides …

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How has COVID-19 impacted the way the channel collaborates?

Richard Eglon, Marketing Director of Agilitas discusses how the channel has coped this year since the Coronavirus pandemic took hold. The coronavirus pandemic has led to disruption across all aspects of the economy. The IT channel industry, in particular, has had to evolve at an unexpected rate and develop new …

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Remote working exacerbates cyber security concerns across the UK

With a second lockdown a very real possibility, are we in danger of further cyber security threats? Richard Forrest, Senior Associate at Hayes Connor discusses The UK government has put new regulations in place from 14 September, restricting social gatherings to no more than six people, indoors and outdoors. This …

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8 Intelligence-Driven Health and Safety Approaches to Adapting Operations

Alan Stoddard, VP & GM, Verint Situational Intelligence Solutions discusses 8 emerging features of intelligence-driven platforms that are allowing organisations to centralie communication and information sharing, implement new processes and enhance overall situational awareness. For many businesses, the initial steps towards reopening after the disruptions caused by the global health …

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Research from Nortonlifelock reveals pandemic tech crunch hit families hard

New research from NortonLifeLock, has revealed that technology dependency for working and learning during the pandemic hit parents hard. Parents were caught off guard with neither the time nor the tech to give kids safe access to online learning. According to ‘Pandemic Parenting’ – a study of 5,000 parents across …

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Is your workplace attractive to Generation Z?

Barbara Whye, chief diversity & inclusion officer and VP of social impact and human resources, Intel discusses the results of a study undertaken by Intel investigating how to attract Generation Z  into your workforce through diversity and inclusion if companies want to stay ahead of the curve. Generation Z – …

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REVEALED: PCR’s Top 25 Women in Tech 2020!

From sales, distribution, retail, marketing, PR, manufacturing, and more PCR rounds up the top 25 women in tech, with some of the most innovative ladies both self nominated and recommended by you. Here’s who made the top 25 (in alphabetical order by surname) but with so many great candidates this …

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Full steam ahead

As lockdown eases Rob Horgan talks to Acer UK country manager Craig Booth about adapting to a new way of working, the impact of Covid-19 and the gaming specific announcements driving the company forwards… Lockdowns around the world have affected each and every one of our lives and our businesses. …

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