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In the next issue of Verdict Magazine, we explore how the software-as-a-service model has proliferated in other industries, and consider where the final frontier will be. We also turn our attention to blockchain, a technology that has long promised enterprise benefits, but has yet to deliver them. Could 2020 be the year that changes?

We also take a look at how low-code has become a powerful tool for businesses, with insight from some of the industry’s leading players, and hear from startup Square Mile Farms about its efforts to bring food production to the city with vertical farming.

Plus, we find out how voice technology is being harnessed to improve accessibility, consider what businesses should do when targeted by ransomware and discover how Autodesk envisions the future of robotics.

Until then, you can get the latest technology insights, exclusives and need-to-know developments from our daily news site or by following us on Twitter.


Editor | Lucy Ingham

Deputy Editor | Robert Scammell

Writers | Ellen Daniel, Luke Christou, Berenice Baker

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Group Editor | Susanne Hauner

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