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Digital transformation: the long-term revenue opportunity 

Steve Law, CTO of Giacom reflects on the last year and provides an outlook on where the opportunity to generate revenue lies through the rest of 2021. At the start of the pandemic, many people would have been mistaken for thinking that work-from-home and stay at home orders were going …

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Adapting to the new security buying environment

Florie Lhuillier, Head of Security at CCgroup highlights key findings from Research that uncovers top vendor marketing strategies to influence buyer awareness and purchasing decisions The COVID‐19 pandemic has created considerable uncertainty and caused sudden and widespread disruption in businesses security operations. Remote working in particular has been an issue. …

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Retail analysis: Post Covid: Why Winning Brands Will Focus on Trust

In a guest article Derek O’Carroll, CEO, Brightpearl shares five strategies online retailers can deploy to build trust with their customers and why it’s vital to get this right to survive the post-Covid retail landscape. Brightpearl is a digital operations platform for retailers and wholesalers with a clear mission to …

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Life in the channel: Pax8’s  Robert Belgrave

PCR talks to Pax8’s Robert Belgrave, a cloud management company, focused on simplifying the way organisations buy, sell, and manage cloud solutions through their born-in-the-cloud end-to-end platform. Please tell me a bit more about yourself and your current role at Pax8? Hi, I’m Rob Belgrave – previously CEO of Wirehive, …

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PCR May issue out now! Biometrics and Security special focus

If you follow PCR’s daily newsletter then you will be familiar with the frequency of news on cyber security we regularly cover. Just the other day we reported on Bloomberg’s findings that cyber security spending is headed for $200 billion a year as the market switches to cloud-based security with …

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Using the Oxford-Munich Code of Data Ethics to prevent making a Frankenstein’s monster of AI

Richard George, Chief Data Scientist, Faethm explains how we can prevent making a Frankenstein’s monster of AI by following the Oxford-Munich Code of Data Ethics (OMCDE). One of the key lessons taught by Mary Shelley’s infamous story of Frankenstein’s monster is that things aren’t always greater than the sum of their …

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Optimising Order Management for the Evolving Retail Landscape

Rob Shaw, MD EMEA at Fluent Commerce argues that to foster memorable and profitable shopping experiences in the ‘post-Covid’ era, retailers should consider implementing certain strategies for intelligent, flexible order fulfillment In the past 12 months, the COVID-19 pandemic and resultant national lockdowns have prompted a seismic shift in the …

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April 2021 network security: Securing the data highway

Over the last year, digital transformation initiatives have evolved from a long-term goal to a necessity for maintaining business continuity. Michael Dickman Gigamon’s new Chief Product Officer (CPO) chats to PCR about the importance of being a trusted partner to help with the optimisation and security of emerging hybrid architectures …

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April 2021 Web Services: The rise of subscription services

Steve Miller-Jones, VP Strategy, Industry & Partnership at Limelight Networks chats about navigating the online world of streaming subscriptions From major sporting events to prestige award shows, the world of entertainment has been forced to move away from public venues and into the home. As consumers moved online during the …

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April 2021 Data Quality: Is AI really the future of data quality?

Simon Rolph, CEO and Founder of data management firm, Such Sweet Thunder explores artificial intelligence’s current role within the data management space and its potential, as businesses look to bounce back towards a brighter, more positive future. For years the technology community has debated the viability and effectiveness of artificial …

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