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Behind the scenes, a quiet revolution is transforming the way in which businesses and public authorities harness the power of information technology.

What’s next for tech?

Perhaps the most challenging technological phenomenon in the world today is the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI), in particular robots and machines that can spot new patterns in data and learn for themselves.

Boosting productivity in the workplace

“The days of enterprise IT telling employees what they can and cannot do with their devices are over,” Christian Reilly, CTO, Citrix.

Powering innovation one cell at a time

Launched in 2015, the Woodstock, South Africa-headquartered peer-to-peer lending platform illuminates—quite literally—a market that has been in the Dark Ages.

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A PhD in nanotechnology engineering from an Ivy League university may seem impressive on paper, but is it the real deal?

Nissan’s Intelligent Mobility strategy

"Nissan Intelligent Mobility is our vision to deliver more autonomy, more electrification, and more connectivity to move our customers to a better world."

Robots vs humans

"In high-volume and fast-moving consumer goods sectors, the major brands are all adopting robotics. Companies are automating their manufacturing processes as a necessity for their mid- to long-term survival."

Intuitive intelligence for artificial assistants

Bilboa, Spain-based Sherpa is a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) that puts intuition and intelligence at the heart of its proposition.

Dubai – the world’s first blockchain capital

Dubai is a city known for its technology and bold ambition. Now the city is aiming to lead in the blockchain space and plans on being the world’s first blockchain-powered government.

Revolutionizing the workspace

Buzz speaks with Olaf Romer, Head of Corporate IT, Group CIO at Baloise Group about the benefits of working with Citrix.

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