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Top 10 Emerging Technologies to Watch in 2021

The 10th anniversary edition of the World Economic Forum’s Top 10 Emerging Technologies report lists new tech trends poised to impact the world in the next three to five years.
Experts convened by the World Economic Forum and Scientific American highlight technological advances that could revolutionize agriculture, health and space.
Self-fertilizing crops, on-demand drug manufacturing, breath-sensing diagnostics and 3D-printed houses are among the list.

Financial Services Study Reveals Emerging Tech-driven Systemic Risks

Rapid technology adoption is giving rise to new risks, as exemplified by increased cyber attacks, operational disruptions and algorithmic biases
Seemingly isolated risks must be addressed before they grow and spread across the ecosystem
The findings compel financial institutions, financial and non-financial technology firms, policy-makers and regulators to work collectively on mitigation approaches

19% of Enterprises Turn to Colocation in Wake of COVID-19

Bulk Infrastructure, the Nordic’s leading provider of ultra-scalable, highly connected, sustainable data centers, teamed with S&P Global’s 451 Research on a Market Intelligence Business Impact Brief, Transition to Versatile Digital Infrastructure Is Key for Success. The key finding of the report is that more enterprises are now using or looking to use third-party data center solutions providers, with many decisions shaped by COVID-19.

More than 60% of College Students Prefer Printed Textbooks for Academic Learning

Today’s college students have grown up in a digital world, so one might expect that most of them would prefer e-textbooks to print on paper, but that’s not the case according to a new survey conducted by Direct Textbook, a free textbook price comparison service. The survey reports that 62% of college students prefer print textbooks to e-textbooks.

Humans And Robots Go To School Together

How robots help to qualify for the workplace of the future

A push to automate is changing the way humans and machines work together. The number of industrial robots installed in factories reached about 3 million units worldwide in 2020 – more than doubling in ten years. The IFR has researched how robotics training shapes current and future workforce education, enhancing skills development for employees.

50 Firms Collaborate to Champion Next Gen Careers in Industry

The World Economic Forum today launches New Generation Industry Leaders – a community of young industrialists to champion careers and accelerate sustainability in manufacturing and production sectors.
The New Generation Industry Leaders community will transform perceptions around industrial companies and inspire new generations to seek work in industrial sectors.
50 leading firms have collaborated to appoint 100 young professionals to the community, representing 12 sectors and 20 countries – 50% are women.
Learn more about the New Generation Industry Leaders here and learn more about the Sustainable Development Impact Summit.

Employers worry about home office productivity - but often fail to invest in solutions

More than 18 months after the pandemic hit Germany and forced businesses into home offices, only two-fifths of companies say they have provided the tools and technology needed to maintain employee productivity regardless of where they work, according to a survey released today by Ricoh Europe.

Safe in-person trade fairs in Frankfurt

The first in-person trade fairs have already taken place. Messe Frankfurt is ready to resume in-person events with its proven safety and hygiene concept and requirement that everyone be vaccinated, recovered or tested. The first events have already been held successfully, and the next in-person events will be opening their doors in Frankfurt in September.

Hybrid working – connecting staff to let the work flow

By Craig Lewis, Head of Enterprise Printing, Ricoh Europe

The increase in employees working from home is one of the consequences of the pandemic that has been most talked about. Sometimes celebrated, sometimes criticised. But, inescapably, a hugely prominent corporate phenomenon of the last 18 months.

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