Computer Futures

Looking to the future...

From the launch of the first IBM laptop in 1986 to new motion sensory technologies that control your computer in 2016, in these three decades the accelerated pace of technology has changed our perceptions, behaviours and attitudes. By having the ability to adapt to these changes, Computer Futures has gained the competitive edge as we continue our work with world-leading companies and highly skilled talent. 

From the digital skills gap, the internet of things, mobility, and cyber security, businesses are constantly under pressure to protect their assets and ensure they’ve got top talent to help expand their digital vision and drive business growth. As we mark our 30th birthday, Computer Futures will be taking a closer look at the changing landscape that’s impacting our customers as part of our #CF30 campaign.
Over the next 12 months we will look at the direction of technology, researching the challenges that clients and candidates are experiencing, and look to identify solutions, patterns and trends that can ultimately guide us as we work towards an innovative future with digital at the core.  
To mark our 30 year milestone we’ve asked our global team, from San Francisco to Tokyo, to talk about a specific tech talent challenge within their market.  We’ve also spoken to clients, and partners within our network on the challenges that they currently face and their predictions for the future. To receive the latest updates on our campaign, please register below, or follow us on TwitterFacebookLinkedIn or Xing.

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Kalpesh Baxi
Computer Futures