While it’s clear that a number of banks are lumbered with outdated IT, there are technologies available that could revitalise legacy systems without the need for massive investment.
Chancellor George Osborne revealed that the UK economy grew faster than any other advanced economy in yesterday’s Budget, but is it all good news?
Cloud computing is one of the most disruptive forces in business in 20 years, according to a study by professional services firm KPMG.
Self-driving cars will lead to the creation of 320,000 new jobs in the UK by 2030, according to the latest research by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
The Report on Jobs by professional services provider KPMG and the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) claims a UK skills shortage has led to the sharpest growth in demand for IT staff last month since 1998.
A new jobs report published by KPMG and the Recruitment Employment Confederation (REC) has revealed that the demand for permanent and temporary IT workers has slowed, although the rate of expansion remained historically strong throughout November.
The latest KPMG Report on Jobs showed that the demand for permanent and temporary IT workers is still at one of the highest levels since August 1998 despite slower-than-expected growth.
A new report has pointed to an increased level of demand for IT staff in the UK, which is obviously good news for those hunting for a job in the information technology sector.
According to a new survey by KPMG, consumers are increasingly concerned that technology is dominating their lives, with many desiring a return to “simple” devices.
A Report on Jobs published by KPMG in conjunction with the Recruitment & Employment Confederation found that demand for permanent IT workers hit 69.8 per cent in September.
The joint initiative, which will be known as “KPMG Powered Finance,” hopes to bring cloud-based financial processing, analytics and reporting tools to FTSE 350 organisations.
The first intake of 85 students have arrived at the school and all of them come from a range of PhD subject backgrounds that are able to be shaped into data science roles.
The number of tech-related enterprises in the UK private sector has risen by 31 per cent since 2010, according to the latest KPMG/Markit Tech Monitor UK Survey, for example - just one of many positive metrics.
The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) says it has chosen a group of suppliers to deliver a new command and control system in a £90m contract.
Are UK SMEs failing to properly train staff on how to stop critical cyber breaches?
The UK tech sector has been surging over the past two years, with large gains in revenue, profit, capital expenditure (capex) and investment.
Nearly three quarters of UK adults are happy to share data with their wearable devices with their GP, while 48% would allow the NHS to add their medical records to a single national database.
The UK is the fourth most competitive international location for business, according to a new report by professional services provider KPMG.
The UK technology industry has experienced a strong quarter from April to June 2014 as business activity rises at its fastest pace since 2007.