Digital Digest #300

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Weekly Digital Digest

Monday 29 November 2021

The rise of the ‘business technologist’ and ‘hyperautomation’

As we move into 2022, the trends we see emerging will increasingly be geared towards delivering improved user experiences and innovation at speed. Unlocking data and harnessing digital capabilities will be the cornerstone of future transformation initiatives,...

76% of global HPC data centres to use quantum computing by 2023

Atos and IQM have published the findings from the first global IDC study on the current status and future of quantum computing in high performance computing (HPC). Commissioned by IQM and Atos, the study reveals that 76%...

Roche renews its selection of Google Workspace

Founded in 1896, F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG is a Swiss-based global pharmaceutical firm with a purpose to do now what patients need next. In late 2020, as part of accelerating innovation for more than 100,000 Roche employees and a...

79% of European businesses already seeing savings from shift to cloud security

54% of organisations working on a security transformation project now or in the next 12 months.

Business tech leaves employees frustrated

A fifth of employees within large businesses more frustrated with business applications than they were pre-pandemic.

YellowDog builds multi-region supercomputer in the cloud in 33 minutes

With the ability to build a supercomputer in minutes, the platform promises to reduce the time and cost of critical...

Businesses are not in sync with their IT departments

As digital transformation accelerates a disconnect between IT decision makers and non-IT decision makers is evident.

Costs, cyberattacks and compliance - cause for concern

Node4 has released its Mid-Market IT Priorities Report 2021. The independent report reveals that the UK’s Mid-Market IT Leadership expects to see a shortfall in IT spend in 2022. While 52% of IT decision-makers believe their 2021 budget met...

Hybrid hang-ups?

User devices acting as gateways for malicious attacks (42%) and employees being less attentive to risks when at home (42%) named joint-first in biggest security risks as a result of greater hybrid working.



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