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  • Confident and ready: study finds the UK public sector is facing digital disruption head on and collaboration is key to success London, United Kingdom, January 18, 2017 - In a study commissioned by Fujitsu, 86% of public sector leaders admitted that their sector will fundamentally change by 2021 because of digital disruption and 64% believe their organisation will not exist in its current form by 2021.

  • FEEU announces Ambiq Micro's Apollo 2 Platform Langen, Germany, January 17, 2017 - Fujitsu Electronics Europe (FEEU) is bringing Ambiq Micro's Apollo 2 Platform to the European market. The new ultra-low-power MCU offers breakthrough power consumption of around 10µA/MHz, allowing wearables and IoT devices to experience double the battery life compared to the current generation of products.

  • Fujitsu Provides Ultimate Business Computing Flexibility with Three New 2 in 1 Tablets London, United Kingdom, January 17, 2017 - Fujitsu today launches three 2 in 1 tablets for business users. The new FUJITSU Tablet LIFEBOOK P727, the first 360-degree foldable 2 in 1 device, provides a new level of flexibility in mobile business. It solves the tablet or PC dilemma by combining the best of both worlds and creating a seamless ‘anytime, anywhere’ user experience across all areas of digital working.

  • Ready, set go: Retailers race to the top amidst digital disruption London, United Kingdom, January 17, 2017 - There is no doubt digital is disrupting every sector it touches, with some fearing it and some embracing it. One sector that isn’t shying away from the challenge in the UK however is retail. Fujitsu’s study Fit for Digital, identified an optimistic UK retail sector, with a staggering four-fifths (80%) of retail business leaders stating that they are “enthusiastic” and “excited” about digital – stronger and more confident than any other, with only a third of retail business leaders concerned about the future of their organisation and the impact digital disruption will have.