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Overseas ambitions: global companies capitalising on Middle Eastern promise

Find out key factors to consider when applying digitalisation across a vibrant and fast-changing part of the world

IT teams are drowning in data – throw them a lifeline

As the trends toward cloud migration and a remote workforce continue to obscure network visibility, IT issue resolution is becoming increasingly complex. How can IT teams make use of smarter analytics to speed up troubleshooting?

7 Ways Your Business Should Be Using Machine Learning Today

From machine learning, a whole new world of concepts has developed, including algorithm development to build robots, IoT devices, chatbots and more. Here are 7 ways you can put machine learning to work right now.

Smart cities need the cloud—and vice versa

The fundamental role of public cloud providers is to create sets of cloud services that will deliver best practices via services to all cities that want to become smart cities.

Building the smart city 8 things that matter

Tomorrow’s cities are built by smart city ecosystem architects today. To be effective, these architects must expand their perspectives, assume new roles, and work strategically, to build a new sustainable smart city.

Why it’s dicey to de-prioritize digital innovation

CIOs must spearhead the creation of an innovation culture and develop the key capabilities required to ensure their organization doesn’t slip into digital Darwinism.

How Mobike is exploring the future

The value of eco-friendly, inner-city travel initiatives has never been greater. Using Vodafone’s connected technology, Mobike is the world’s first dock-less bike-sharing company, eradicating the inflexibility associated with docking stations, and bringing consumers into the next generation of bike sharing.

Five steps to an effective layered defence strategy

The concept of layered security is key to a strong and successful defence strategy. The approach uses multiple lines of defence to repel potential attacks and is based on the principle that no single form of protection is enough to stop a determined cybercriminal.

Africa is a hotbed of exciting new IoT innovations

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