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posted in January 2019
Artificial intelligence can accomplish a lot in the banking sector, and the CEO who doesn't embrace AI could be looking at the end of their career.
The enterprise of the future will win or lose based on the experience they provide their end users and their own employees and partners.
To set up your engineering team for success make sure you employ the fundamentals that companies too often neglect.
Yes, even as CMOs expand their control over marketing technology, there remains a role for IT in the process.
The US may be at peak employment now, but there's an uncertain future for jobs.
Empathy makes someone a better employee, and we also need to build empathy into our artificial intelligence applications.
AI is a hot term in every industry, but donít be a company that just blindly hires a group of data scientists who end up frustrated and unproductive.
A new encryption-focused law in Australia highlights the need for all parties to come together to identify a solution that protects privacy, e-commerce, and people and institutions.
IT can't be the "bureau of NO" but has to be a partner with the business units.
Authors of the book Driving IT Innovation advise companies to act now, and not to stand by and wait for DevOps to be a fully mature IT concept.
It's time for organizations to consider a new executive role, one that helps to ensure that the right technologies and non-tech initiatives improve productivity.
Think through your customer and supplier relationships, as well as your operational efficiency to identify the best areas for artificial intelligence.
Learn how to avoid the security and scalability concerns that come with blockchain.
5G wonít just be an improvement over 4G. It will be an entirely new form of connectivity. But will retailers be ready?
Forward-thinking enterprises are delivering business and infrastructure optimization with intelligent automation and looking now to business transformation.
New technologies promise business results, but rollouts can be risky. Hereís how CIOs can reduce adoption risk, close skill gaps and keep teams happy.