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posted in May 2019
CIOs might find themselves thankful for the slow roll-out of 5G so that they have time to get the information they need to move forward with purpose.
DevOps is achievable at enterprise scale if you start small, create a dedicated team and effectively use technology patterns and platforms.
The marketplace is finally flush with analytics-specific services that deliver on the cloudís promise of reduced cost and complexity, and greater agility.
Chief information officers and other IT leaders can reduce or amplify risks depending on how they answer these five questions.
The larger the organizational footprint, the more challenging a cloud migration will be. Hereís how to make decommissioning your data center a little easier.
Businesses that do not address website accessibility are vulnerable to being sued under the ADA and under certain state and local civil rights laws.
When working with vendors on data ingestion, CIOs and IT teams sometimes fail to take complicating factors into consideration. Hereís what you need to know.
Companies looking to take advantage of the complex data game need to start by identifying general areas of their business that truly need help.
Make sure that your use of machine learning has more substance than hype. Hereís a framework you can use to help you cut through the noise.
We are in an era when technology can help to drive business success, but it requires that everyone in the organization understand tech's potential.
Should CFOs and other C-suite execs accept Millennials for who they are and reap the benefits, or should they insist that they play by the rules?
The crux of the problem in deploying a data science team is aligning the technical knowledge of a team to the needs of the business and choosing an alignment that offers the greatest impact.
Having 200GB speeds in the palm of your hand is going to be a boon for business owners, remote workers, and everyone else who enjoys the internet.
There is a clear fork in the road, and companies are having to decide which route to take when it comes to open source.
While AutoML might not turn a newcomer into a virtuoso, it does lower the barrier to entry for more businesses to reap the benefits of the data age.
To liberate the full potential of machine learning as fast as possible, CIOs, CEOs, and society in general, must first get over fears of losing control.
Preparing for his trip to Interop in Las Vegas, an InterOptic exec shares his recommendations for sessions to attend.
Negative feedback adds a brake to the irrational artificial intelligence (AI) exuberance.
It may not be glamorous, but the practice of software asset management saves organizations money and protects them against financial and legal risks.
Some CIOs and other leaders might think that becoming customer-focused isnít as vital as other preparations for the future such as technology investments. It is.
If you are wondering about the role of edge technologies, consider how they help companies and individuals in the travel and transportation sectors.
Developing the right processes and framework for AI will make all the difference in whether youíre just an adopter -- or a leader.
Organizations are entering a post-digital era, where being digital is a requirement rather than a choice.
CIOs should prepare for todayís challenges and be ready to take on whatever disruption comes their way in the future.