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posted in June 2017
Doing agile -- especially at the team level -- isnít at all the same as being an agile business.
Exploring what went wrong with Sears' strategy, and the role that data analytics played, or didn't play.
The public cloud can be a valuable means to a more cost-efficient end, but don't think the savings are automatic.
AI has taken some steps into banking, but it also is poised to revolutionize how banks learn from and interact with customers.
While the traditional sys admin role may fade away, those who are willing to change can take an exciting journey with cloud and DevOps.
Deep learning takes a step beyond machine learning, and it's first killer app is computervision.
Automation is just the beginning, understanding your customer is the new imperative.
Artificial intelligence projects take time, effort, data, and expertise to build a meaningful system. Having the right ecosystem in place will ensure companies are prepared for it.
To prepare for IoT, companies need to take advantage of big data and advanced analytics, and adapt their culture, so they are ready for the transformation.
When the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect in May 2018, a companyís ability to respond to a data breach will be paramount.
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.
Donít rush into the cloud before taking the time to understand what you want, and what you need.
The are solid benefits in a move to a serverless architecture, but remember these six important considerations to undertake before going serverless.
Productivity gains from automation are not resulting in job losses, but are enabling companies to redeploy employees to handle higher-value tasks and a greater volume of work.
The rapid evolution of CRM has initiated a rush of new marketing processes and practices; combining multi-channel messaging with analytics is a promising new direction.
Take a portfolio approach to digital transformation in manufacturing.
Big data and analytical tools have transformed every industry from healthcare to retail to government, and now are transforming the way epidemics are approached.
Mainframe resources are being taxed by increasing demand, leaving staff to call for budget increases while finding efficiencies.
Alerts fed by business intelligence are a nice fit for companies operating in today's competitive round-the-clock world.
An Internet of Things strategy calls for small steps before you pick up the pace to stay ahead of competitors.