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posted in June 2018
Enterprise executives considering an automation initiative need to be clear with internal and external stakeholders about how automation fits into the organizationís priorities.
Enterprises may be asking for trouble if they go with a single-cloud strategy.
Implementing machine learning isn't just about the technology; it requires organizational changes too.
Enterprise interest in the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence are coming together, with AI helping the IoT do its job.
As the world of technology continues to change at a rapid pace, so do the roles and responsibilities of IT leaders.
While organizations are placing greater demand on data centers, IT managers do have ways to work within tight budgets.
Blockchain isnít yet a silver bullet for businesses, but nonetheless it's evolving at a pace that demonstrates value for enterprise-level companies
Get your digital transformation initiative off on the right foot by addressing three basic issues right up front.
Missing the transition from legacy integration to using APIs to connect internal systems might prove the difference between business success and failure.
IT is no longer just about keeping the lights on. These days organizations are relying on IT to help deliver a competitive edge through digitization.
Artificial intelligence just might be as much a prevention or cure for job loss as a cause.
Good arguments can be made for use of biometrics in security, but the technology does have is flaws.
Companies that have applied change management to previous business or process changes must acknowledge that the pace and nature of agile means that traditional change management may not be enough.
Just as regulations were needed for the auto industry to mature, regulations like GDPR help data-driven marketing to grow up.
Successful cloud implementations are driven by speed, flexibility and fine-grained resource management. Focus on these drivers, and the savings will accumulate.