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Post-lockdown developments with the video game sector

The video game industry continues to shift huge volumes and to generate high-volume sales. While games have received a lockdown boost, the industry needs to continue to innovate and transform in order to dominate different forms of entertainment media.

Coronavirus: Helping the unemployed transition to digital jobs

The coronavirus pandemic that sent shock-waves through the economy, resulting in rising unemployment. The employment market is also undergoing restructuring.

The digital economy will redefine the future of work

In the coming years, millions of workers will see their jobs change as a result of digital transformation and artificial intelligence technologies. While AI will create new jobs, the positions will require a different set of skills.

Belgian telco chooses Infosys to lead its digital transformation

Belgium-based telco Proximus has announced it is partnering with Indian IT services provider Infosys to digitally transform its business. The company will move to cloud-based solutions to improve its agility and efficiency, replacing 40 legacy platforms.

'Widening gap' between digital transformation winners and losers

Global digital transformation investments will increase to $1.7tn by the end of 2019, up 42% from 2017. Enterprises are spending big on new tech as the race to transform heats up. However, there are concerns over the divide between leaders and laggards.

Automation could take almost 40 percent of young workers' jobs

Automation could displace almost 40 percent of young workers over the next 15 years, according to research by PwC. People aged between 16 and 24 in the U.S. are the most at risk but there are also concerns over a lack of homegrown STEM talent in the UK.

APIs recurring theme in digital transformation

APIs are the driving force behind successful digital transformations. They're enabling growing numbers of digital strategies, offering companies "off-the-shelf" tools to build new technologies. Amid a culture of rapid change, APIs give firms leverage.

Op-Ed: Digital Economy Board resigns leaving Trump high-and-dry

Washington - The Commerce Department's Digital Economy Board of Advisors resigned their positions on Friday, making this the third executive-branch advisory council of business and civic leaders to abandon the sinking ship-of-state.

La French Tech initiative is driving modern startups to glory

France's startup entrepreneurs and investors are living a new Renaissance led by a Government program called "La French Tech" that has now become a true brand.

Call for business to embrace the digital economy

Oxford - An economics think tank has called on global businesses to embrace the digital economy; without engaging with digital technology many businesses will fall by the wayside, according to the foundation.

HubSpot expanding to Europe. New HQ to open in Dublin, Ireland

Dublin - Marketing software provider HubSpot announces they will be expanding to Europe with the opening of their European headquarters in January 2013 in Dublin, Ireland.

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On September 30  2016  Deputy Secretary Bruce Andrews joined Zoë Baird  CEO and President of the Ma...
On September 30, 2016, Deputy Secretary Bruce Andrews joined Zoë Baird, CEO and President of the Markle Foundation, and Mitchell Baker, Executive Chairwoman of the Mozilla Foundation, to convene the second public meeting of the Digital Economy Board of Advisors (DEBA) at Mozilla's headquarters in Mountain View, CA.
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