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Latin American executives willing to resume business trips

A recent Wakefield study, sponsored by SAP Concur, reveals practically all Latin American business travellers are willing to return to international routes in the next 12 months. The study found that 99% of participants responded positively to the possibility of resuming travel. Even 77%...


Businesses in Asia Pacific struggling in race to digitalise, despite COVID accelerating efforts

The pandemic has had a transformative effect on the digitalisation of companies across the Asia Pacific region, but the vast majority of companies still believe they are either barely keeping pace with their industry from a digital perspective, or in many cases actively falling behind. This is...


CXO Research: 58% of data backups are failing, leaving data unprotected

Veeam Data Protection Report 2021 finds that COVID-19 has significantly impacted Digital Transformation (DX) spending, with 40% of global organizations viewing economic uncertainty as the greatest barrier to DX in the next 12 months and one-third having slowed or halted initiatives in the past...


Businesses to miss out on top talent where remote work isn’t made permanent

New research from Citrix has confirmed that remote work is here to stay, with 85% of UK respondents agreeing that it will be more common post-pandemic. The study shows that remote and flexible work options are now key to attracting and retaining talent, with 62% saying that businesses will miss...


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