Just $225M in 2015, sales of SD-WAN gear will hit $1.19 billion this year as enterprises pick it to resolve challenges created by increasing cloud, mobile, big data and analytics traffic
IDC projects global revenue from big data will reach $203 billion in 2020. By 2025, we’ll produce 180 Zettabytes of data annually, much of it from IoT. And next year, there’ll be 440,000 big-data related jobs in the U.S. alone, with only 300,000 skilled workers to fill them.
Kim Wenn recalls her time as a young IT exec computerising manual processes at Australian Paper Manufacturers in Victoria in the 1980s.
Organizations are moving from operating in functional groups to operating as “network of teams.” Everyone in the working world are concerned about the future of their careers with the rise of AI, robotics and other technologies at the workplace. With such fundamental shifts happening, two roles are in the spotlight – the CHRO and the CIO.
For many organisations and their workers, technology automation is an opportunity and a threat. On one hand, using robotic process automation and other tools creates efficiencies by automating manual and repetitive tasks. On the other, it has the potential to make jobs redundant.
Early this week the Wall Street Journal claimed Facebook was sounding out major US financial institutions over the possibility of accessing customers' banking information as a means of offering them 'new services', such as fraud alerts and instant balance checks directly within Facebook Messenger.
Commonwealth Bank’s network of 1000 physical branches and its Australia-based call centre staff will “remain very relevant” in the future despite customers growing use of digital channels, the bank’s CEO Matt Comyn said today.