Just as the industrial revolution transformed global trade with the proliferation of railways and shipment of goods, the digital era has given us the means to connect across the planet like never before. Naturally, manufacturers have capitalised on this global connectivity to achieve economies of scale in production, with some building pan-regional factories, to support growing customer demands.
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Technological advancements are shaping the future of the NHS. From sophisticated smartphone apps used to monitor vital signs to artificial intelligence software programmed to improve the accuracy and speed of diagnosis, modern medicine is on the brink of a new revolution. Now, for the first time, leading experts in AI, digital medicine, genomics and robotics are coming together to explore the extraordinary opportunities that these game-changing technologies can offer the healthcare workforce.
In the age of information, every click counts. A click-through from a convincing email prompting a password reset; a double-tap on an appealing ad riddled with malicious code; an innocent trip to a seemingly safe website. These actions don’t seem like much, but it only takes one misleading link to unlock the door to your organisation’s entire network.
Five years of continuous growth in our thriving tech sector has placed the UK firmly on the map for digital innovation. Last year, British firms attracted more capital than any other Euro-pean country: in turn, the number of new technology companies set up in the UK soared by almost 60 per cent in 2017 alone. While London lays claim to the largest tech cluster in the UK, a steady stream of talent and investment has sparked the emergence of digital suburbs across the country.
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