Get ready for the fundamentals of IT to be rewritten.
How open source will shape IT in 2019.
Thinking ‘data is the new oil’ is inaccurate in so many ways.
Hack, nudge and prod employees to alleviate unfocused, stagnant transformation.
Victor Dominello, Minister of Finance, Services and Property, NSW Government discusses why there is a huge priority on digital transformation in the government.
Silver Peak’s CEO predicts that the SD-WAN market will face some initial disappointment while the need for new requirements at WAN Edge and better differentiation will shape future demand.
The top-performing CFO is only as good as the ERP software that empowers him or her.
The global race to be the ultimate digital innovator is on. And the conference showed why Alibaba is a worthy rival to Amazon and Google.
Data science is creating new opportunities for banks. But the real advantage lies in the ability to think different.
New security and encryption legislation are raising concerns among MNCs; preliminary study shows that their fears are well-founded. They also need to learn, prepare and adapt.
Healthcare needs to embrace digital transformation to meet the rising needs of customers. Interconnectivity offers a strong starting point.
Storage management is facing some challenges. Can open source offer a better alternative? This article argues for it.
The race is on to deliver goods ever faster and big data is playing a major role in determining the winners.
We need to stop being ruled by algorithms and start governing them instead.
Respondents noted that embracing the sharing economy is the right approach, despite Hong Kong faring poorly on innovation and technology studies.
Heard about creeping incrementalism? It might be leading your innovation efforts in the wrong direction.
ICCO may offer a different proposition to other ICO initiatives, but will it lure investors in today's bearish crypto climate?
Connected cars offer hackers new inroads to hack, steal and create mayhem that can affect lives. We need to start answering the hard security answers before embracing these vehicles.