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Monthly News Digest: November 2021

Updated: Dec 22, 2021

November is not only about Black Friday and the start of the holiday shopping season but also about yearly settlements and analysis of the trends. During the month the digital world was discussing Gartner’s “Top Strategic Technology Trends for 2022” research and thinking of its adaptation. In the run-up to December Deloitte published its big retail analysis stating that people started their holiday shopping 1-2 weeks earlier this year. More about this here.

So, let’s take a retrospective look at the tech news of November 2021.

“Cloud adoption can unlock $1 trillion in business value”. McKinsey research.


Global Migration to the Cloud by 2024

McKinsey shared recent research results on the global cloud migration process. The company says that cloud adoption can unlock $ 1 trillion in business value.

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Tech insights: From desktop-to-web migration


Guide: Safe Migration ti the Web

It seems that the whole world migrated to web services a few years ago, leaving on-premise apps in history. However, many companies and government agencies still use burdensome desktop software, making it an urgent problem.

Educational & practical guide that will help to choose a safe migration way for your attention.

Top Strategic Technology Trends for 2022 by Gartner


Analyzing the Tech Trends 2022

During the Gartner IT Symposium/Xpo Americas, analysts presented their findings concerning top strategic technology trends that organizations need to explore in 2022. Among them are AI, Data Fabric, Distributed Enterprise.

What else? - Follow the link to discover:

Business insights: Sustainability & legacy software


Is Legacy Migration a Sustainable Path

What does business sustainability and legacy software modernization have in common? Any ideas? While you're thinking, we hurry up to share the results of recent research on this topic.

Start to dig deeper here:

First aid training session 2021


Do you know what to do in case of an emergency? We hope you do. But not everyone knows which information to provide calling an ambulance and how to perform CRP correctly. For this reason, we organized a series of first aid training for the JEVERA crews and their family members.

Can software development be sustainable?


Sustainability in Software Development

You've probably heard of 17 sustainable development goals that should be achieved by 2030.

Over the past few years, companies have been focusing on this commitment and transforming their business, considering the sustainability concept. But there are still a lot of questions on this topic.

An interview with an expert in sustainable development, case studies concerning digital giants, and a plain explanation of complex processes will allow you to find answers in our new blog post.

Amazon attracts third-party sellers with new software for sales increase


Amazon's Audience Engagement Tool

The company has launched a search analytics tool able to track and drive audience engagement. For sellers enrolled in the Amazon Brand Registry, this feature will be free.

According to Srikanth Thirumalai, VP of Search at Amazon, "The received information will help sellers optimize their listings, inform inventory planning, plan their product development roadmap, and grow their business both on and off Amazon."

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Digital Twin Technology for Fuel Retail


 Digital Twin Approach: Fuel Retail

Digital twin technology has already proven itself in grocery retail and manufacturing. Now the mainstream is gaining momentum in the gas retail area. But, over 350 fuel chains worldwide apply virtual clones of their filling stations through modern POS system usage. Discover how it is possible in our new blog post.

New approaches to employee evaluation


Era of Fair Evaluation has come?

Bosses have long evaluated employees based on meaningless and biased criteria. But with offices empty, companies can't assess employees in person.

That's forcing them to reward people in a new way: based on results, not appearances. Could remote work spur an era of fairer reviews and better management?

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