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Retail as we know it has moved into a new Paradigm

In the 1950s, Sainsbury’s, one of the UK’s largest supermarket chains, was the first retailer to shift paradigms in terms of shopping experience. It offered ‘queue-less shopping’ – a self-service concept that allowed consumers to shop the store by pushing a metal trolley around the aisles rather than waiting in line at a counter to be served. By Paul Winsor, Director of Market Development, Retail and Services Industries, Qlik.

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Three trends set to transform industrial drones in 2019

There are plenty of puns to be made regarding industrial drones and how they’ve been soaring to new heights and elevating operations for companies all over the world. Truthfully, however, as much as industrial drones are an innovation and a welcome influx of cutting-edge technology, they have yet to reach their full potential. That is set to change in 2019 as these three major industrial drone trends will transform the way a number of industries operate. By Patrick Vernon, technologywriter.

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Remote working in 2019

Remote working, which can also be considered as the ‘workplace of the future’, is one of the most important challenges that companies are currently facing. By Dominik Birgelen, CEO of oneclick.

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Over half of millennials want to use mobile for admin

Organisations struggling to digitise as 46% of employees find pen and paper simpler to use.

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Addressing the central digital transformation challenge: people

Digital transformation is the realignment of, or new investment in, technology, business models, and processes to drive new value and experiences for customers and employees. It comprises a variety of technological and logistical forces that are affecting, changing and challenging every sector but that are necessary if organisations are to effectively compete in the ever-changing digital economy. By Steve Wainwright, Managing Director at Skillsoft.

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Building the digital machine shop of the future

Every industry, from automotive and aerospace to machinery and energy, depends on part manufacturers and machine shops. Often these are small departments or smaller businesses who face increasing competition, and they have to work with new materials and technologies, as part of complex supply chains that are subject to ever stricter regulations, on shorter and shorter development timescales. By Armin Grunewald, Vice President Business Development, Manufacturing Engineering Software, Siemens.

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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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