Wednesday, September 20, 2017
The brutal truth for any startup is that the chances of long-term success are relatively slim – factors such as a lack of access to capital, poor management skills, a misguided business plan or sheer bad luck all weigh against fledgling companies. So what can startups do to maximize their survival potential? Tesco Technology, an influential and experienced organization, will talk about what they look for in a successful startup, how and why they work with startups and how rookie companies can make the grade and be a long-term survivor. This is a highly relevant webinar for any startup but a 'must attend' for any young company in the energy and retail technology sectors.
Russell Poole, Equinix, 9/8/2017
As global data traffic volumes grow, it's not hard to see why data centres will play an even more important role in digital infrastructure connectivity in future.
Innovation Hub, 7/19/2017
The Internet of Things, Blockchain and other drastic digital disruptors are already making big waves in the energy sector.
Phil Hails-Smith, 7/19/2017
Joelson's Phil Hails-Smith provides some key advice for tech startups.
Microsoft reporter, 7/7/2017
The UK's history of embracing technology and innovation means its capital is well placed to benefit from the "fourth industrial revolution," says Microsoft UK CEO Cindy Rose.
Mark Miles, Rendermedia, 7/3/2017
Rendermedia's Mark Miles looks at how technology is changing the way we view content.
John Hazelton, talent.io, 6/22/2017
Insights into technology recruitment trends from the talent.io team.
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