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Thursday 26 March 2020
The ability to work from home, or work remotely, has been brought sharply into focus by the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
BYMiles Reucroft
How the Grocery & Convenience sector can support the vulnerable
Tuesday 24 March 2020
The grocery and convenience market has evolved rapidly over the last few weeks with the impact of Covid-19 being felt across the industry.
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BYCharlotte King
Monday 23 March 2020
As customer data privacy becomes even more important, how can businesses gain customer insight without relying on the third-party cookie?
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BYSarah Collin
Why data and intelligence is an essential tool for local government in these unprecedented times.
Thursday 19 March 2020
Social distancing, self-isolation and quarantine – Why data and intelligence is an essential tool for local government in these unprecedented times.
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The impact of CV-19 on Retail
Thursday 19 March 2020
We believe there is a deeper story to the headlines, one which looks at understanding the store, centre, town and region level of how communities are being impacted. Here we outline what the nation thinks about the future of retail as a result of CV-19.
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Tuesday 10 March 2020
With increasingly blurred lines between banking and technology, traditional Banks are having to evolve quickly to keep up, in a landscape of complex digital challenges. The opportunities to grow and retain business is reliant on banks tackling these challenges head-on, aligning themselves with cu
BYmcumberland
Tuesday 10 March 2020
Whether you describe it as currency or an asset, there’s no escaping the value of data to the financial services sector. Its an industry driven more by data than perhaps any other, making the impact of big data on these institutions hard to overestimate.
BYmcumberland
Monday 9 March 2020
Accidents happen, but how can transport operators join together disparate dots in assessing the risks posed to their infrastructure?
BYMiles Reucroft
Wednesday 26 February 2020
The next digital decade is upon us, and the start of a decade brings about opportunities to reflect on what has been and look forward to what could be.
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BYLauren Mort
Wednesday 26 February 2020
The government has just announced £220 million of funding to help start a revolution in bus services.
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BYPaul Langston