IT Risk: Itís not 'Cyber' Ė Itís Worse
While hackers haven't put big companies out of business, there are plenty of examples of companies that failed because they were slow to respond to tech-driven market shifts.
Three Phases to Adapting an Omnichannel Business Model
IT becomes a key player as businesses move to create a seamless path to purchase with a singular view of their customers across all touchpoints, including in-store, online, mobile, social, call centers, direct mail and more.
IoT Enabling a Path to Better Health
IoT data from healthcare wearables and patient devices has only just begun to change the way hospitals treat patients, but advances will continue through the analytic insights they provide.
Data: Lifeblood of the Internet of Things
As computing power becomes increasingly distributed into the devices and infrastructure around us, the data generated by those devices will invariably play a larger role in our businesses and everyday lives.
Selling the Human Condition
These days, sales isn't just about selling products but about establishing yourself as being credible and capable.
IT Value: Whatís Your Story?
It's time for IT to show business leaders where IT brings value to the organization. Metrics are nice, but storytelling is better.
Overcoming Data Inequality
Businesses say they want to integrate external data with in-house data, but bias and a lack of tools stand in the way.
Why Automation and AI are Cool, Until They're Not
Enterprises and jobs are changing fast as more tasks are automated with increasing levels of machine intelligence. Automation displaced manufacturing jobs, but it also enabled the creation of new businesses and career opportunities. Will knowledge workers and their employers adapt fast enough?
IT Outages, Who's Really at Fault?
Systems do go down, and sometimes the cause seems obvious, but it may be too obvious. Employ root cause analysis methods to find the real cause of failure.
5 DevOps Management Faults
Sometimes the barriers to success with DevOps can't be blamed on poor tools or poor workmen, but on the managers who are in charge.