Will Contact-Tracing Apps Win the Battle?
There are weaknesses and obstacles in the way, but in lieu of a vaccine and widespread testing for COVID-19, contact-tracing apps might be at least a useful interim tactic.
Are You Firing the Wrong People?
Organizations are reducing their workforces to reduce costs, but they may be sacrificing long-term stability for short-term savings.
COVID-19 IT Layoffs and the Future of Work
Layoffs hit technology jobs in April, too, as the COVID-19 shock wave whacked employment, and organizations may be accelerating their automation plans to protect workers and cut costs.
Has AI Failed the Pandemic Test?
In the first real test of AI in a crisis, the results are mixed. While many individual applications are helping, the tech remains immature and unable to address complex public policy issues.
Enterprises Plan for Return to Workplace
Businesses are considering what the new normal workplace will look like, including social distancing, plexiglass, PPE and, in some cases, contact tracing tools.
Managing FOMO While Working Remotely
Remote work and communication styles that arise with it will not disappear after the current pandemic concerns ease. Here's how IT teams can play a vital role in managing this.
One Size Doesn’t Fit All for AI Regulation
The sheer scope of AI's impact on society does require some regulation. It will be essential to ensure that AI regulation is fair and ethical while not impeding innovation.
Enterprise Risk Teams Tackle Coronavirus Troubles
Enterprise risk management teams are on the job evaluating supply chains, cybersecurity risks, remote work issues, and other challenges as business confronts the impacts and opportunities brought by COVID-19.
COVID-19: Latest News & Commentary for IT Leaders
Check here regularly for InformationWeek's updates on the coronavirus pandemic and related issues like business continuity, remote working, IT operational challenges and other technology considerations.
The IT and Security Teams: Buddies or Rivals?
InformationWeek, Dark Reading, and Interop have partnered to explore the evolving relationship between the general IT team and the security team. We invite you to take our survey.
Getting Up to Speed on 5G
The 5G rollout is underway. How will this next-generation wireless technology impact you and your organization? -- Network Computing
Too Much Data Privacy Regulation Too Fast?
While the California Consumer Protection Act is a step in the right direction in the war for data privacy, are the hurdles that businesses are forced to jump effective and cost-worthy?