Friday, 10th July 2020

What’s in store for the World Wide Web?

A recent weekend marked the 26th anniversary of when the World Wide Web was first introduced to the public – and fundamentally changed the world as we knew it. The idea for the Internet was born back in the 1980s, in work that British physicist Tim Berners-Lee was doing when looking for a way to share information all over the world using similar hardware and software.By Jon Lucas, Director at Hyve Managed Hosting.

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Delivering the dream digital experience

By Antony Edwards, CTO at TestPlant.

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Evolution of the ‘Huddle Room’– an essential requirement for all businesses

By Michael Helmbrecht, Chief Product and Operations Officer, Lifesize.

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Why is it hard to innovate in the public sector, and what can we do?

By Alistair Smith, Public Sector lead at Contino - a DevOps and cloud transformation consultancy.

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Disrupt or die is the new battle cry for software innovation

By Anand Krishnan, EVP, Cloud and General Manager, Canonical.

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The Internet will transform how we interpret data

The internet is making the visualisation of data an ability ever more intrinsically ingrained in society, a leading data journalist has suggested. By David McCandless,

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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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