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  • Why the hunt is on for open-source skills
    by Haris Elias on 28. oktober 2020 at 15:10

    A new report suggests that enterprises and organizations across the board have increasing plans to use open source software, and are on the hunt for individuals with specifically tailored skillsets Against a backdrop of ongoing COVID-19 uncertainty, the demand for open-source technology skills is on the rise. That’s according to the most recent 2020 Open... Read more » The post Why the hunt is on for open-source skills appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Remote working for managers – what’s the secret?
    by Mark Jones on 28. oktober 2020 at 12:46

    Some love it, some hate it, some could take it or leave it. Remote work was thrust upon many of us without a choice this year. But half a year on, and many organizations won’t look back. Others will become ‘flexible’ workplaces. To expect everybody in the office 9-5 is becoming an unfashionable outlook.  Going remote... Read more » The post Remote working for managers – what’s the secret? appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Uber’s automated dismissals – a sign of times to come?
    by Haris Elias on 28. oktober 2020 at 11:01

    Considered as the biggest case on Article 22 of the GDPR to reach the courts, a group of former Uber drivers hailing from the UK and Portugal is set to sue the taxi-hailing company in an unprecedented ruling that could underscore the dangers of relying on performance monitoring tech As businesses become automated and reliant... Read more » The post Uber’s automated dismissals – a sign of times to come? appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Why Google isn’t going anywhere
    by Dashveenjit Kaur on 27. oktober 2020 at 17:28

    As privacy concerns grow, Google — which relies on data collection and advertising for revenue — is under increasing scrutiny   But people are so conditioned to use Google that picking an alternative would not be an option even when given a choice Some 25 years ago, two Ph.D. students at Stanford University — Larry Page... Read more » The post Why Google isn’t going anywhere appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Jack Ma’s Ant Group set for record-breaking IPO
    by Dashveenjit Kaur on 27. oktober 2020 at 12:07

    The giant Chinese fintech upstart is expected to raise US$34 billion, eclipsing Saudi Aramco’s debut last year and Alibaba’s IPO in 2014 Bypassing the US, Ant Group sees SEA as its battleground and its IPO will create a ripple effect across the region Remember back in 2014 when Jack Ma’s Alibaba secured its place as... Read more » The post Jack Ma’s Ant Group set for record-breaking IPO appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Introducing the conversational web revolution
    by BotXO on 27. oktober 2020 at 12:04

    Ever since the early days of the web, when URLs would be published including the leading “www”, websites and the internet have been business drivers. The whole concept of e-commerce simply didn’t exist thirty years ago, but today, online shopping and the technology underpinning it are practically unrecognizable from the ways they used to operate,... Read more » The post Introducing the conversational web revolution appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Remote operation — the future of industrial innovation?
    by Sam Fletcher on 27. oktober 2020 at 09:42

    Remote operation is starting to see wider use in industrial settings, making it easier for businesses to maintain supply chains without accelerating risk of Covid transmission Through careful use of sensors and cameras, socially-distanced drivers can continue their role safely and with accountability Teleoperations are also responsible for remote analysis of workspaces and processes, which... Read more » The post Remote operation — the future of industrial innovation? appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Is 2020 the year of the Chromebook?
    by Mark Jones on 26. oktober 2020 at 16:04

    Many of us live in the browser these days — at least, those of us who can take our work ‘home’ with us without much difficulty. In an era of remote work, which is unanimously agreed to be segueing into one of flexible working when the demands of a global pandemic are behind us, the... Read more » The post Is 2020 the year of the Chromebook? appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Four types of cyber-attack that could take down your data center
    by Mark Jones on 26. oktober 2020 at 14:29

    Scour the homepage of any company selling data center services, and you’ll probably find the phrase ‘security’ appears more than a few times. As businesses embrace cloud-services, they entrust their data into these electronic vaults — and the key assumption is, naturally, that they will be heavily fortified against cyberattacks. And for the most part,... Read more » The post Four types of cyber-attack that could take down your data center appeared first on TechHQ.

  • SAP takes ‘margin hit’ amid COVID-19 cloud reset
    by TechHQ on 26. oktober 2020 at 11:06

    Shares for German software giant SAP tanked 20% amid a pessimistic outlook citing withering software spend in 2020  The firm will scrap ambitious plans, and refocus on shifting customers to the cloud — but the benefits will take time We’re certainly not through the thick of it, and SAP’s slashed revenue and profit forecasts are... Read more » The post SAP takes ‘margin hit’ amid COVID-19 cloud reset appeared first on TechHQ.