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posted in February 2018
Non-traditional technologies shaping the future of business include virtual reality, augmented reality, and mixed reality.
Digital transformation may be more about you than about technology.
Organizations implementing the Industrial Internet of Things can't burden data scientists with cleaning up huge volumes of dirty data.
Career advice for computer scientists and IT professionals: Talk to, listen to, and work with your peers in a multi-disciplinary environment.
Data science techniques are getting better, cheaper, and easier to use. Even small and medium sized organizations can now tap these technologies. But, if you fail to properly introduce, support, and integrate data science capabilities, a lot of money can be wasted.
Having a simple, understandable user interface on an application aids user acceptance, and even considerations such as interoperability and security.
Senior executives who have been making hollow promises about embracing data-driven strategies need to be convinced that now is the time for real action. Here are some ways that data professionals can gain the support they need.
If you get the sense that Internet of Things adoption is sluggish, consider that it is going through a normal process.
Traditional IT has to make way for the intelligence-based business model.
Being resilient, particularly in a time of disruption, is a relentless, often fanatical pursuit to be at the forefront of your industry.
Expanding a successful department-level agile initiative across an enterprise requires an agile project approach of its own.
We are heading toward a new digital world where low-code or no-code platforms will enable anyone to assemble applications.