Women in Cybersecurity: bridging the gender gap

According to a survey by ISC2, women working in cybersecurity currently account for about one quarter (24%) of the overall workforce. This then shows that although men significantly outnumber women in cybersecurity, more and more women are starting to join this field and asserting themselves in the profession. Yet, there…

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Global financial services to increase their private cloud investments in 2021

A new report by Nutanix revealed that 43% of global financial services firms are planning to increase their private cloud investments in the following year.   The report showed that 86% of financial services stated that hybrid cloud is their ideal IT operating model, and many financial services seek to…

Digital transformation market to reach $2.3 trillion by 2023

Spending on technology and services that enable digital transformation (DX) is expected to reach $2.3 trillion (£1.8 trillion) by 2023, findings from an updated worldwide spending guide reports. The International Data Corporation’s (IDC)  Worldwide Semi-annual Digital Transformation Spending Guide focused on looking at DX within business practices, products, and organisations.…
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Multicloud to edge firm celebrates 70% business growth

NoSQL database company Couchbase has announced it has seen record growth in the first half of fiscal year 2020. As part of the growth, the database organisation say they have experienced 100% increase in total contract value, 55% billings growth and a 50% rise in average deal sizes. Increased drive…

GitLab Raises $268M in round E funding 

A DevOps based company that is known for delivering on a single application has announced its completion of a $268 million Series E round of funding. This has led to the firm being valued at a huge $2.75 billion. The recent subsidy for the DevOps enterprise, Gitlab, was forwarded by…


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Cloud to have a great impact on business value

A recent study by Accenture revealed that businesses believe the cloud to have a significant impact on the business value and investment return they receive. Indeed, it was found out that some businesses consider the cloud as a tool to save cost and be more effective, while others consider it as…

EE to offer 5G coverage across the UK by 2028

It was recently announced that EE is aiming to provide 5G coverage across the UK by 2028. Indeed, the phone network has declared that it will try to add 4,500 square miles of new rural 4G coverage by 2025. It stated that in some remote locations, the coverage will be…

Leaders in Tech: Daniel O’Reilly

Welcome to the next feature in our Leaders in Tech editorial series. Speaking to leaders in the industry to capture their stories, career highs and lows, their trials and successes, their current company and their role, most recent projects, advice to others, and the individuals who they most look up…

83% of developers reported to experience burnout

A new report by Survation revealed that 83% of developers and DevOps professionals are experiencing burnout, mostly due to the pandemic. Indeed, around 55% of respondents said to be having a moderate or severe burnout while only 17% reported not suffering from one at all. Most of them blamed the pandemic…

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IoT market will be dominated by CCTV in the next three years

CCTV using 5G will be the most dominant technology in the IoT solutions market over the next three years, ICT analyst Gartner has predicted However, the firm also believes that after the year 2023, connected cars will be the most prevalent in the Internet of Things market. The figures Next…
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What cloud computing means for the future of smart cities

The latest in phone technology, 5G, has been causing controversy since its announcement last year. Some believe that its fast speeds of 10 Gbps will revolutionise the future of mobile tech, whilst others fear for the impact it will have on bandwidth and general signaling issues. However, whatever the opinion,…
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