The transition to electric vehicles requires significant expansion of infrastructure and network capacity to accommodate charging. How will distribution systems keep up with demand, while being future-proofed against evolving mobility requirements?
Tel Aviv’s thriving tech scene has continued to attract foreign investment throughout the pandemic, but labour shortages remain a big challenge.
The race for cities to become 'smart' has been heightened by the Covid-19 pandemic, but with cybersecurity and other considerations to take into account, a more cautious approach may be advisable.
Many staff are reticent about going back to their workplaces after the pandemic. Tech leaders must develop flexible solutions to help.
WeWork's founder's claims around remote team engagement don't match the reality, say experts.
Covid-19 is driving the emergence of smaller, more affordable tech hubs in the US and Europe, enabling the industry to tap into a more diverse pool of talent.
Life on the edge: How grid edge innovations are enabling a more sustainable, decentralised and equitable energy system
The coupling of an increasingly decentralised power grid and advanced new technologies presents an unprecedented opportunity to accelerate energy transition. Michael Weinhold of Siemens Smart Infrastructure outlines how innovation at the grid edge will be a key component in delivering a more sustainable future.
ActiveCampaign, a leader in customer experience automation software, will create 200 new jobs in Dublin by the end of 2023 to better support the EMEA market.
An ambitious new data inclusion target needs strong partnerships, and IT leaders can play their part.
A sustainable energy future will be built on digital platforms for improving efficiency, optimising management, improving operational processes and coordinating an increasingly decentralised distribution network. Matthias Rebellius, CEO, Siemens Smart Infrastructure, discusses the factors driving digitalisation in the energy market and the new business models required to deliver this change.
Technology leaders from the English Football Association and the National Ballet of Canada recall how they kept players and performers working safely in the pandemic.
San Francisco, Seattle and Dublin show what happens when a city becomes a global hotspot for tech jobs without planning to accommodate growth and change.