24 July 2020: The world’s largest technology companies are making big moves to reduce their carbon emissions. ICAEW Tech Faculty’s Kirstin Gillon reviews the latest announcements and asks what other businesses can do to reduce their carbon footprint.
What technologies have come to the fore as enablers of international business and practice, and how do they cope with crime?
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ICAEW member Alexis Nicolaou says blockchain is forcing accountants to evolve, get clued up and jump on board with the fourth industrial revolution.
22 June 2020: Journalist Daniel Lanyon considers how COVID-19 has affected digital banks and whether this will slow their progress in competition with traditional banking.
19 June 2020: Governments around the world are racing to implement COVID-19 track and trace apps to ease the path out of lockdown, but are struggling to make them work.
17 June 2020: as the COVID-19 crisis accelerates structural, societal and economic changes, the EU looks to press ahead with plans for a dual green and digital transition, at the centre of the EU’s recent COVID-19 recovery plans.
11 June 2020: with the US Congress debating the use of Digital Dollars to help its ‘unbanked’ citizens through coronavirus, could we see Digital Pounds this side of the Atlantic?
4 June 2020: The Singapore government has announced a new ‘Digital Office’ to help with further digitalisation of the economy and support the post-COVID recovery.
23 April 2020: tracker apps could play a crucial role in helping the world out of its current lockdown. Kirstin Gillon of ICAEW’s Tech Faculty explores the benefits and potential pitfalls.