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Smarter shopping: Is this the year we see a drastic change in the way we spend money in-store?

With the evolution of the internet and the popularisation of smartphones, the retail industry has seen a massive shift in the way consumers pay for goods. While contactless payments aren’t exactly new, there continues to be interesting innovations in the space. And with it being possible to stick an NFC …

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Life in the Channel: Western Digital’s Nigel Edwards

Having worked for the data storage company for more than 20 years, Western Digital’s Vice President of EMEAI Sales outlines what advancements we can expect to see in the storage arena in the next few years, and how WD’s portfolio of technologies and solutions have evolved. Tell us a bit …

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Using open source with restrictive licensing could be “catastrophic” for software sellers, warns CAST

Software Intelligence firm CAST has partnered with Software Heritage, the universal archive of source code, to create a provenance index of the world’s largest open archive of software source code. Leveraging a unique indexing technology developed through this partnership, users will be able to efficiently search the Software Heritage platform …

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Online and offline needs to work in harmony to create a better retail experience for everyone

In the ever evolving retail sector it can be challenging to forecast what’s ahead, but one thing for certain is that digital transformation will play a large part in securing the future of retailers. Here’s what I believe is in store for retail in 2019: Multichannel innovation Retailers are already …

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PCR Awards 2019: Don’t miss out on your tickets!

We are less than three weeks away from the premier networking event celebrating the past year’s achievements of the PC and tech industry. With finalists from over 60 companies, together with many others invited as guests on the night, the PCR Awards 2019 is an unmissable opportunity for you to …

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What does 2019 hold for the future of technology?

In the past, digital transformation has often been disrupted by obstacles such as budget limitations and the prevalence of existing legacy systems. However, thanks to the widespread acceptance of technologies such as cloud computing – for which EMEA organisations lead the way with an 84% adoption rate – we are …

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ASUS on new gear, working closer with indies and staying on the cutting edge of innovation

Whether it be new Chromebooks for entry-level users, innovative products that boost the capabilities of smart home assistants, or insanely powerful-yet-portable gaming machines, ASUS certainly had a lot to showcase at this year’s CES Show in Las Vegas. We catch up with Nathaniel Ayling, PR specialist at ASUS, to find …

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The channel must work closer with customers to counter cybercrime

The ongoing evolution of the cybersecurity landscape shows no sign of slowing as we head into 2019, so we can expect to see some major developments during the year ahead. We’ll see an increase in mobile malware as criminals look to exploit mobile platforms in order to gain access to …

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AOC partner content: A guide to multi-monitor setups with USB Type-C

If you have recently bought a new smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer in the last few years, chances are they came with a USB Type-C port, the latest revision of the USB ports. But what is it actually capable of? Let’s find out… How did USB-C come about? USB …

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CES Review: Does the show still offer up the very best of tech innovation?

Held every January at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Nevada, CES has become a tech event of gargantuan proportions. It is the consumer electronics show, and a place that’s so overwhelmingly packed with products that anyone you speak to that has trawled the show’s halls will warn you that …

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