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    1. Publisher: ComputerWeekly.com
      There are no guarantees. I have heard where Oracle consultants have gone into a customer's site and installed software on trial, then LMS [the Oracle audit arm] has hammered the customer.
      - In How Oracle tackles licensing discrepancies
    2. Publisher: ComputerWeekly.com
      I have been in the IT industry since 1986 and [RPA] is one of the trends that has been fastest to take off.
      - In Robotic automation takes off in the Nordics
    3. Publisher: ComputerWeekly.com
      Deployment is so fast you can have the first version ready in a few weeks.
      - In Robotic automation takes off in the Nordics
    4. Publisher: ComputerWeekly.com
      Our customer service notified our clients that if they submit certain service requests through a standardised form [instead of a call or an email], the request will go to a robot that will deal with it within 30 minutes, 24/7.
      - In Robotic automation takes off in the Nordics
    5. Publisher: ComputerWeekly.com
      We estimated we can still automate the process work behind our current services by 20% to 50% by 2020.
      - In Robotic automation takes off in the Nordics
    6. Publisher: ComputerWeekly.com
      In the future when people come to work [in the morning], they'll focus on the parts the robots cannot process, where human thinking and capabilities are needed. This is a big change for us.
      - In Robotic automation takes off in the Nordics
    7. Publisher: CIO.com
      No country has ever travelled this path, and there is no turning back.
      - In How Brexit will impact global CIOs and IT services
    8. Publisher: CIO.com
      While all current U.K. laws and regulations will remain in place during the Brexit process, all IT service providers and recipients of such services must be highly vigilant and plan for significant restructuring of commercial agreements, regulatory compliance requirements, and the associated redefinitions of controls and audits.
      - In How Brexit will impact global CIOs and IT services
    9. Publisher: CIO.com
      With 43 years of treaties and agreements covering thousands of topics to disposition, the future UK-EU trade deal is expected to be highly complex.
      - In How Brexit will impact global CIOs and IT services
    10. Publisher: CIO.com
      The Great Repeal Bill has many implications for outsourced IT services agreements as the whole regulatory and legal basis in the UK is subject to change.
      - In How Brexit will impact global CIOs and IT services
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