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Jul
19
2018

The Construction Sector Deal – investment in “bytes and mortar”
#Construction #Information Technology

On 5 July 2018, the Government announced its Construction Sector Deal worth £420 million to transform the UK construction industry by improving productivity through greater investment in innovation and skills....

Jul
18
2018

Electric Vehicles: The next revolution in transport?
#Information Technology

Will EVs overtake traditional internal combustion engines as our default mode of transportation? Recent data suggests so and perhaps very quickly if the current pace of adoption persists....

Jul
09
2018

Cyber Security Regulation – Key Points
#Information Technology #Corporate

EU Directive Security of Networks & Information Systems (NIS) was a response from the EU to concerns about cyber security impacts on key infrastructure within the EU and the impacts that this would have on its citizens....

Jul
05
2018

Take a trip on a driverless bus?
#Information Technology

We took another step forward yesterday in the move towards driverless transport. ...

Jun
25
2018

Can use of technology avoid payment disputes in construction?
#Construction #Dispute Resolution #Information Technology

In the UK construction industry, payment is usually made at intervals during a project, often by way of a monthly application by the party seeking payment....

Jun
19
2018

Will HR be Human or Hybrid?
#Press #Employment #Information Technology

As huge numbers of employees face displacement by technology over the coming decade, nearly half all jobs in manufacturing according to some, what is the HR agenda to mitigate the human cost of this technological revolution?...

Jun
18
2018

How might AI and Blockchain impact on HR?
#Employment #Information Technology

Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) and Blockchain are becoming more prominent, with ever-increasing uses. But how could such developments impact HR?...

Jun
12
2018

Telecommunications Code
#Commercial Real Estate #Information Technology

The new telecommunications code came into force in December 2017. The act is an innovative step which is designed to give licensed telecoms operators statutory rights to place, and keep equipment, on private land. The aim is to improve connectivity; however, the code raises several issues which Landowners need to be alive to....

Jun
06
2018

Construction: on the brink of a digital revolution?
#Information Technology #Construction

For many people, “construction” conjures images of scaffolding, bricklaying, and piledriving. But there’s always been more to it than that, and new technologies are increasingly disrupting established practices and processes....

Jun
05
2018

The technology of talent management
#Information Technology #Employment

Technology is rapidly changing the way businesses manage talent. Businesses, new and established, are launching solutions based on everything from artificial intelligence (AI) to blockchain to big data and augmented and virtual reality....

Mar
22
2018

Clarkslegal co-hosted the Thames Valley IT Forum on Leadership
#Information Technology

Clarkslegal co-hosted the Thames Valley IT Forum with James Cowper Kreston, Barclay's and Laudis this morning at the Thames Valley Science Park....

Feb
13
2018

The Latest in AI Innovation - Deepfake
#Information Technology

You may have heard of the latest AI-enabled technology Deepfake, and you would be forgiven if you tried to deny knowledge of its existence- given that the main product of this technology, as reported by hundreds of media outlets already, is of a pornographic nature....

Jun
12
2017

How to protect copyright on your mobile app
#Commercial #Commercial #Information Technology

As of March this year, Android users were able to choose between 2.8 million apps and Apple's App Store remained the second-largest app store with 2.2 million available apps (https://www.statista.com). This is a vast market, and, whilst many, many apps make little or no money for their developers, the odd one may just be gold dust....

Sep
29
2016

The Battle of the Forms Continues
#Commercial #Information Technology

Those involved in ordering goods and services or putting contracts together will know that, unless individually negotiated, it can sometimes be difficult to know whose terms are incorporated into the final contract. The circumstances giving rise to this are frequently referred to as the Battle of the Forms. ...

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