With global digitalisation having sped up over the last year, it’s no surprise that more companies are going digital – not only in terms of the way they work internally, but also regarding more startups and corporates working on digital products and services. Sectors like edtech, medtech, e-commerce, gaming and others are on an upward trajectory, with more tech-driven positions being created than ever before.
TJF – Tech Jobs Fair, founded by Ashok Dudhat, is a platform to empower brands and companies by matching them with the talents they are looking for. It has a strong emphasis on IT and Digital domains and its mission is to provide companies with an opportunity to enhance their brand equity, recall and recognition by providing cost-effective hiring and branding solutions. TJF held its first edition in 2017 in Berlin, and in 2019 made its mark in three other commercial hubs in Europe: Vienna, Zurich and Lisbon. TJF operates with a core team in Berlin as well as with event-based local professionals in the various cities pertaining to the job fairs.
Cyber security is the top concern of business leaders, and the area where leaders feel their knowledge is most lacking, according to research conducted by events and technology company GDS Group.
According to senior leaders at the 300 global companies polled on behalf of Meet the Boss, an online roundtable platform and subsidiary brand of GDS Group, cyber security remains their top priority. The research also reveals that AI and automation are the least important topics for IT leaders right now, despite the subject being classified by board-level respondents as a ‘very high priority’.
In its inaugural Business Technology Barometer survey, GDS anonymously polled over 300 Meet the Boss event delegates at VP and director level or above from major global organisations, of which 150 were IT leaders specifically. The research was independently conducted and analysed by Boost Evaluation Limited.
The Nasdaq 100 Index has taken a nasty dip in recent weeks but some tech stocks are rallying — just not the ones that have ridden on the waves of investor euphoria in recent years.
Older technology companies peddling legacy products have rallied in the past two weeks as rising bond yields and an improving economy have prompted investors to sell shares of faster-growing companies like Salesforce.com and buy more profitable ones like HP Inc.
Down for a sixth-straight day on Tuesday, the S&P 500 is extending its longest losing streak since the market crash in February as technology stocks continue to plunge amid rising bond yields–a bearish indicator for investors worried the stock market’s booming rally could come to an end.
Trends in tech change quickly, and it can be difficult to pinpoint what will fade out in a few months and what will become a game-changer for businesses or consumers. However, the unique circumstances of 2020—which saw businesses, schools, shopping and other activities move largely online—resulted in the emergence and accelerated adoption of several tech tools and systems.
But which of these 2020 tech trends are destined to stick around and perhaps be refined in 2021? Below, 13 industry leaders from Forbes Technology Council share their predictions for the technologies that will continue to dominate in the months to come.
The short video startup, backed by Tencent Holdings Ltd., is selling 365 million shares at HK$105 to HK$115 each, according to terms of the deal obtained by Bloomberg News. The company will start taking investor orders from Monday through Jan. 29 and is slated to list on Feb. 5 in Hong Kong.
It’s a given that no one person is able to keep track of every single tech trend shaping the world today. What was trending yesterday, however, may not hold much importance in the future. A study from Spiceworks found that more than a third of tech budget increases in 2021 will be influenced by Covid-19 related trends.
Over the last several months, priorities have shifted. The tech that scored big headlines and even bigger investments a year ago may not be relevant anymore. By doing some research and uncovering the latest in tech trends, you can stay one step ahead in the coming year and beyond.
As our latest installment in this year’s eWEEK predictions, we offer insights from two sources: Dave Padmos of EY Americas, and Diego Oppenheimer, CEO of Algorithmia.
EY makes EY Diligence Edge, an artificial intelligence platform hosted on IBM Cloud and supported by IBM Watson Discovery, designed to revolutionize the mergers and acquisitions due-diligence process. Algorithmia is a machine-learning model deployment and management solution that automates the MLOps for an organization.
Here are insights for 2021 from thought leaders representing two trendy companies.