Any organization with hopes of growing (or even doing business) in the future must adopt new tools, platforms and processes to thrive in the ever-changing world of technology. Digital transformation is happening in every industry, at every level of government and in academia far faster than most experts predicted.
Kim Wenn recalls her time as a young IT exec computerising manual processes at Australian Paper Manufacturers in Victoria in the 1980s.
Service-based models like MPS and Device-as-a-Service to redefine IT infra of PCs and Printers across Indian organizations, says Sumeer Chandra, MD, HP Inc. India
After nearly four years of slashing at each other with legal swords in court Cisco and Arista have agreed to disagree, mostly. To settle the mêlée, Arista has agreed to pay Cisco $400 million which will result in the dismissal of all pending district court and International Trade Commission litigation between the companies.
BBMP is treating all over-the-ground cables as unauthorized, though the industry had obtained permissions and had originally laid them underground.
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.
There are a whole host of reasons why organizations should consider encrypting their sensitive data: for protection, for legal reasons, to comply with global compliance policies and safeguard customer interests.
Standard Chartered CIO Peter Clark on disruptive technology, creating a customer-centric culture and innovation challenges facing the multinational banking organisation
Blockchain lets the healthcare industry exchange data in a standard format, automate complex processes and apply AI against large silos of medical data. It might even allow patients to sell their data for rewards.