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Digital disruption causing 'very significant change' at most companies, new survey finds

The use of digital technologies for challenging existing business models is causing "very significant change" in the market, according to a majority of chief information officers (CIOs) surveyed recently. 20 May 2015

'Connected cars' age presents opportunities for manufacturers to improve recalls process, says expert

Manufacturers of 'connected cars' will be able to use the connectivity of those vehicles to improve the way they handle recalls in the event that faults are identified, an expert has said. 18 May 2015

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