CRN rounds up the top tech stories that might have passed you by last week. 1. Fax a lot, NHS The BBC reported that thousands of fax machines are still in use by NHS hospitals around the UK. The Royal...
From hyper automation to using tech to influence human behaviour in the workplace, the analyst house lays out its predictions for the top tech trends for next year
ICO had initially proposed £183m penalty to airline for 2018 data breach but scaled back to £20m due to financial impact of COVID-19
'We don't see Project Natick replacing land datacentres but being an additional offering, where we can deploy these faster than we can build land datacentres,' Microsoft's Spencer Fowers tells CRN
Gartner research director Rene Buest mulls how technology providers should be reshaping their businesses in the wake of the new normal
Only 34 per cent of those questioned said they are now experiencing lower-than-normal demand for their services, compared with 61 per cent previously.
New CEO John Maynard and incumbent chief exec David Calder reveal the rationale behind new management structure and expanding into Europe
SASE vendor claims its valuation now exceeds $1bn in largest funding round to date
Simon Lambert talks to CRN about vendor’s new report on the stark reality of the UK’s digital skills gap and how partners can help guide customers through their skills shortage