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Study: Majority of high street retailers reject plans for mandatory Covid ‘Shopping Passports’

Majority of High Street retailers reject plans for mandatory Covid ‘Shopping Passports’, according to new survey * 58% of retailers reject idea of “Covid passports” for customers visiting shops * 80% of stores think mandatory vaccination passports would drive more people to shop online than in store * 79% claim …

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Security vendors marketing strategies must adapt as 4 out of 5 UK companies search for new suppliers

CCgroup has launched new research looking into the state of security investments, what buyers are looking for in a security vendor and how both vendor awareness and selection is influenced by various communication channels and types of content. The study, Security marketing strategies: influencing contemporary purchasing behaviour, conducted in partnership with …

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Ride the remote revolution to future-proof your business says Lenovo

One year after the global remote work revolution, the shift to work from home (WFH) and work from anywhere (WFA) is already resulting in profound effects on businesses’ digital transformation as well as data security concerns. According to Lenovo’s new Future of Work and Digital Transformation study, a vast majority …

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CSPs are failing to support the 5G needs of 99% of world’s businesses, reports finds  

BearingPoint//Beyond has worked with Omdia, on a newly released a report highlighting the potential of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as a major source of future 5G revenue for communications service providers (CSPs). The study, commissioned by BearingPoint//Beyond and conducted by Omdia, reveals that, despite SMEs representing 99% of the …

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Study names UK universities leading the way in gender diversity in Computer Sciences

A new study by cybersecurity technology company, CrowdStrike, reveals which UK universities are leading the way in boosting gender diversity in the Computer Sciences. The underrepresentation of female academic staff in the Computer Sciences is fuelling a vicious cycle in which young women are dissuaded from pursuing a career in the growing field and miss out on highly paid and in-demand positions. Research shows …

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New study outlines four recommendations to end the harmful dominance of “big tech” AI platforms

A new study has been released by UCL Associate Professor JP Vergne, exploring the growth of centralised digital platforms called: Decentralized vs. Distributed Organization: Blockchain, Machine Learning, and the Future of the Digital Platform. A handful of platforms dominate the global economy in the 21st century mainly by using machine …

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Study Reveals: The smart home countries of Europe

An increasing number of us are embarking on a more tech-savvy lifestyle to keep up with the fast-paced 9 to 5 lives we lead. Intrigued by this notion, the experts at Homedit.com conducted a study to calculate the European countries embracing smart home technologies the most. After finding smart home …

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Average Christmas spending in the UK is set to drop by over £100 this year

In a new study from McCarthy & Stone looking at the nation’s typical Christmas spending habits, it has been revealed that on average we’ll be spending over £100 less on the festive season than we did in the 2019 and 2018. In a UK-wide survey from the retirement housebuilder – which asked …

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Nearly half of UK adults do not trust integrity of online information, TunnelBear survey reveals

VPN provider TunnelBear has released a study, uncovering global perspectives on online censorship experiences of citizens in the United Kingdom, United States of America, Canada, Australia, Russia, Norway and Sweden. The survey showed large segments of people in each country do not trust the integrity of information they find online, …

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Study reveals UK Facebook hackers on the rise

Lockdown has inspired people to try new hobbies. For example, in spring, the infamous TikTok social media platform was oozing with dog training, cinnamon rolls, and dance challenges. But some internet users opted for more peculiar hobbies. The researchers analysed the monthly search terms and found an average of 171,490 …

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