The Middle East faces fierce competition for IT professionals with the right skills, so it is so worrying that the region's women are so underrepresented in the IT community. In fact over quarter of businesses in the Middle East have no women in their IT departments, according to Computer Weekly's Salary Survey.
Industries are feeling the pressure to deliver services quickly and securely. While IT plays a crucial role in meeting those demands, it can be hard to keep up. Automation can help extend the workforce and fill in the gaps. Open this eBook to discover everything you need to know about automation and how to implement it in your organization.
Many common mistakes in an ITIL adoption start with undereducated IT professionals who do not fully understand what ITIL is and how it should be used. Open up this eBook to take a closer look at 10 mistakes to avoid, plus, 10 planning and implementation steps to follow for a seamless ITIL 4 adoption.
While a sales-oriented chatbot has obvious use cases as a customer-facing tool, how does a virtual support agent align with IT service workflows? And perhaps more importantly, how does it alleviate ITSM congestion? Explore a collection of real-world use cases for ITSM virtual support agents to find out.
German investment banking giant Deutsche Bank is opening a division focused on innovation as part of its plan to digitise all business operations. Read more details in this edition of CW Europe.
It's hardly surprising that the Netherlands is pioneering smart cities. The tech-savvy nation is already planning to have a digital port in Rotterdam with automated ships. Now, according to one Dutch academic, "almost every Dutch municipality is doing something with smart technology".
ITSM tools are mostly used by IT service desks and IT service delivery functions. In this Magic Quadrant report, the experts at Gartner identify vendors in the ITSM market to help business leaders align their current and future IT roadmaps.
Sweden's Handelsbanken is cutting its branch network by nearly half, which means more money will be invested in IT. But it's not just Sweden and the Nordics – banks across the world are watching the fintech industry demonstrate to consumers what banking can be like if the right technology is in place.