Our latest post addressed an interesting topic based on a survey conducted by our team: "Where are we going to".
The research highlights a humanity depression due to the excessive use of digital mechanisms.
Although it is a necessity today, people want to escape the digital world and face the immeasurable wonders of the physical world once again.
However, this is an intangible reality today. Although many countries are already announcing a gradual exit from the confinemen
And suddenly the world stopped and started a curve towards an unprecedented transformation. Faced with forced confinement, the world has become virtual. Social media, chat apps and conferences were overcrowded. Information of all kinds flooded the screens, from false and true news to messages of hope and reflection. And in view of this scenario, which we call an intermediary scenario, much has been speculated about the future of the planet and the economy. Newspapers from all
In times of coronavirus and epidemic risks, how does the IT market behave? What is the impact on forecasts for this year? A New York Times article caught our attention about this : Coronavirus Disrupts the Industry. Companies are telling investors that sales are slumping because of the outbreak, conferences are being canceled, and workers are being instructed not to travel. The biggest story of the moment is the rapid spread of the coronavirus, which can cause a potentially f
This post brings a compact view from Gartner and Comptia forecast reports for IT Market in 2020. Worldwide IT spending is projected to total $3.9 trillion in 2020, an increase of 3.4% from 2019, according to the latest forecast by Gartner, Inc. Global IT spending is expected to cross into $4 trillion territory next year. “Although political uncertainties pushed the global economy closer to recession, it did not occur in 2019 and is still not the most likely scenario for 2020
Despite efforts to increase the diversity in the technology industry, little progress has been made over the past decade. The percentage of women in the tech sector remains low at 16%. During the Second World War, hundreds of women were hired to solve calculations that helped the Allies win the war. Throughout the 1950s, computer software programming was seen as ‘women’s work’, the alternative to the male vocation of hardware development. As late as the 1960s many people perc
There's nothing more appropriate than the article below from the Financial Times. For five years the world’s biggest technology companies have posted diversity reports as a first step towards changing the culture in the tech workforce. The studies, published by Apple, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft, reveal an industry dominated by white and Asian men. The status quo is particularly troubling because of how technology now affects every sector from transport and finance to gov
In May 2019 the European Parliament has lauched a report about the pas, present and future synergies of Art & Technology. Technology and the arts are generally considered distinct sectors of contemporary society, albeit with some important links, akin to those between the commercial, industrial and legal sectors. However, technology and the arts have a long and special relationship that permeates all stages of human development. Indeed, this relationship is invoked with every