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The future of work will see many disruptive changes, with automation, robotics and Artificial Intelligence all radically reshaping the professional landscape. But these changes are already happening, and we must adapt our working patterns now if we’re to be successful tomorrow. Since the Industrial Revolution, there has been much focus on how to achieve a better work/life balance. However, in the new digital era, where 24/7 connectivity, mobility and cloud-based apps are the norm, we need to talk about work/life integration, whereby personal and professional lives can be seamlessly integrated and flexible. Here are top tips on how to be successful in the future of work, while having an energised home and social life.

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Wearable technologies are advancing and smart fabrics will be ready for the customer market soon. This material will enable to weave IT into standard looking clothing. So in a way wearing a communication shirt will enable you to make calls to anyone on the net with multi-functional buttons allowing you to access even more functions.

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There’s a paradox in the nuclear energy industry we all recognize. On the one hand, it is deeply conservative and, quite rightly, risk-averse. On the other, it knows that only digital innovation can deliver essential gains in operational efficiency.
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15 June 2016 1230 views
Would Superman have been half as good without the Daily Planet and Lois Lane? Could Citizen Kane have even existed without the press? We’ve heard “Hold the front page!” and seen the spinning headlines and cheeky newsboys in countless movies over the years.
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09 May 2016 1740 views
As the supercomputing mega trends of big data, energy consumption and technical complexity collide, the Brazilian scientific community had grand ambitions to build a supercomputer so big and powerful, that it would enable the country to keep pace with the industry’s computing heavyweights. This is particularly important for the country at a time when China, one of the major supercomputing players has near tripled its numbers of supercomputers in the past six months alone.
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29 March 2016 1370 views
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Alexis Eidelman, Director of the data governance project at the French government’s data administration service, shares his vision of how public data usage is evolving.
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01 December 2016 1356 views
Faced with today’s numerous economic, trade, environmental and security demands, organizations have to master the complexities of increasingly elaborate processes, and limit the associated risks and wastage. Ubiquitous technology often contributes to that complexity in a fragmented and haphazard way. What’s needed is kind of orchestral conductor that can help businesses restore order and efficiency, as well as discover new paths to innovation: a crucial and unique role for the Internet of Things.
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07 September 2016 360 views
The impact of digital technologies in upstream oil and gas activities has been transformational. The ideas and practices of the digital oilfield are now well-established. For both oil companies and for specialist suppliers of equipment and services, the ability to gather and analyze data, often in real-time, has been instrumental in reducing operational and commercial risk at drilling and production sites.
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26 August 2016 1181 views
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