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Professionals believe managers most lack digital skills in organisations

Cloud-based infrastructure (33%) and cyber security (33%) are the joint highest-rated digital skills that senior business figures believe their organisations most lacks.

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Biggest barrier to work management proficiency is lack of systems integration

Index identifies seven practice areas critical to becoming a leader in work management – a key component of operational excellence.

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Employers failing to meet employees’ remote working expectations

Despite growing demand, less than a third (32%) of UK workers are allowed to work remotely whenever they want.

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NGDATA launches partner programme

New partner programme equips partners to deliver sector specific solutions based on its Intelligent Engagement Platform.

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Smart Buildings show unveils 2019 conference programme

Speakers include Capita, Google, IWFM, Microsoft, Schneider Electric, WeWork and Wireless Infrastructure Group.

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Digitl transformation projects continue to be at risk

Despite rising optimism, 86 percent of organizations prevented from pursuing new digital services or transformation projects.

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Workday, Inc. has released the results of a new European study, ‘Digital Leaders: Transforming Your...
Digital Experience Specialist Unily has announced the roll out of its new digital workplace communic...
Tech has the power to empower human staff to improve the customer experience, rather than jeopardise...
The Apotti project is transforming healthcare in Finland's Helsinki metropolitan area by unifying p...
Employees are optimistic about the rise of AI, machine learning and automation but concerned about t...
AT&T and CarForce are collaborating on a global solution that helps car dealerships, fleet ma...
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Huawei Agile Solution Improves Jumeirah Group

Huawei helps the Jumeirah Group build a robust and agile IT department to support the rapid business expansion of the group.

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