Case Studies

Saving red squirrels with AI and cloud computing
A red squirrel eating a nut
cloud computing

Saving red squirrels with AI and cloud computing

Cloud, artificial intelligence, and bioacoustics are being brought together to save this beloved animal of the British countryside
18 Nov 2021
Nikulipe: Has COVID democratised online payments?
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e commerce

Nikulipe: Has COVID democratised online payments?

With more customers forced to buy online, are merchants offering the right ways to pay?
12 Nov 2021
Freeletics: Reaping the benefits of a headless CMS
A smartphone showing the Freeletics app held in someone's hand, with an exercise mat on a wooden floor in the background
content management system (CMS)

Freeletics: Reaping the benefits of a headless CMS

How the fitness app migrated 6,000 pages of a hard to manage WordPress blog to Contentstack in just three weeks
11 Nov 2021
The internet of beer
A brewery worker tastes beer and enters notes onto a tablet
artificial intelligence (AI)

The internet of beer

IoT devices are transforming brewing, both in the professional breweries and the home
9 Nov 2021
Cambridge-1 and the future of medicine
The entrance to the Cambridge-1 facility
big data

Cambridge-1 and the future of medicine

Nvidia’s first public supercomputer could change healthcare in the UK and around the world
3 Nov 2021
Watching the oceans using off-the-shelf tech
A drone surveys the Antarctic ocean
artificial intelligence (AI)

Watching the oceans using off-the-shelf tech

Drones and AI are helping researchers monitor the safety and behaviour of whales and seabirds
30 Oct 2021
Using HCI to merge a cacophony of legacy IT systems
Illuminatd blue server hardware in a modern data centre, representing HCI
digital transformation

Using HCI to merge a cacophony of legacy IT systems

With Shakespeare Martineau embarking on a rapid expansion in size and staff count, reducing complexity across its IT estate is crucial
15 Oct 2021
Virtual striker: Using VR to train Premier League stars
A football player using a VR headset and Rezzil's training software
Hardware

Virtual striker: Using VR to train Premier League stars

How one company is taking VR out of the boardroom and into the locker room
24 Sep 2021
Linux on Mars!
The Mars helicopter Ingenuity
Linux

Linux on Mars!

Open-source software on the Perseverance mission is helping NASA explore a GNU world
18 Aug 2021
Cutting through the red tape of government IT
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digital transformation

Cutting through the red tape of government IT

How one Scottish government team has become an innovation powerhouse
2 Jul 2021
The art of digitising war
The front entrance of the Imperial War Museum in London with anti-aircraft guns outside
Server & storage

The art of digitising war

How the Imperial War Museum updates, stores and protects the records of our past conflicts
27 May 2021
How COVID accelerated Kreston Reeves’ agile transformation
An illustration of a woman working from home while still collaborating with colleagues and customers via the cloud
cloud computing

How COVID accelerated Kreston Reeves’ agile transformation

The pandemic has been a catalyst for hardware renewal, cloud migration, collaboration and much more
6 May 2021
How the iconic Alexandra Palace modernised its Wi-Fi networks
An aerial view of the front aspect of Alexandra Palace, with roof antenna visible
wifi & hotspots

How the iconic Alexandra Palace modernised its Wi-Fi networks

The 150-year-old venue battled against the nature of the building as well as historically lax IT protocols
26 Apr 2021
Using enterprise asset management at the edge of the world
A hut at Port Lockroy British Antarctic Survey base with penguins and a union flag in the foreground
enterprise resource planning (ERP)

Using enterprise asset management at the edge of the world

Polar Medal recipient Steven Marshall tells IT Pro about managing some very demanding workloads from over 10,000 miles away
19 Apr 2021
Standard Chartered is taking 167 years of banking into the cloud
Interior view of the lobby of Standard Chartered bank offices in Hong Kong
digital transformation

Standard Chartered is taking 167 years of banking into the cloud

Kubernetes, scalability and cross-regional stability are driving changes in the bank’s infrastructure
12 Nov 2020
Using technology to keep intruders out and data safe
A symbol of a white padlock inside the outline of a shield on a red microchip
cyber security

Using technology to keep intruders out and data safe

How one CISO is helping rebuild a company that lost billions due to a malicious insider
6 Nov 2020
Staffordshire University: Automating in the age of coronavirus
automation

Staffordshire University: Automating in the age of coronavirus

The institution has partnered with Blue Prism to kickstart its 2030 digital strategy – starting with a complex automation project
12 Oct 2020
How the NHS is transforming its IT to cope with coronavirus
digital transformation

How the NHS is transforming its IT to cope with coronavirus

Videoconferencing and Wi-Fi upgrades lead the way in infrastructure upgrades
27 Jul 2020
Mine: The startup that can track down your data
big data analytics

Mine: The startup that can track down your data

The search for your digital footprint starts with your email inbox and some machine learning
18 Jul 2020
Death by data: The harsh realities of a metric-driven business
big data analytics

Death by data: The harsh realities of a metric-driven business

Many organisations strive to be ‘data-driven’, but this can lead to some uncomfortable conversations
16 Jul 2020
Bridging the data gap to digitise Britain’s railway system
digital transformation

Bridging the data gap to digitise Britain’s railway system

Rail Delivery Group CIO Simon Moorhead discusses how pandemic has turbocharged digital transformation projects
15 Jul 2020
Pexip: Video conferencing for the ‘new normal’
video conferencing

Pexip: Video conferencing for the ‘new normal’

The Norwegian firm has just debuted on the stock market, using its own service
24 May 2020
Outreach: The startup that came back from the brink
startups

Outreach: The startup that came back from the brink

How a cash strapped recruitment company became a unicorn with a new business model
12 May 2020