article by Yagmur Sahin - ERPNews
Imagine that you can’t access your mobile phone for an hour on a busy day. Can you imagine waiting in the bank to deposit your bills, losing hours for a simple transaction? We described these situations, which we had difficulty imagining today as ordinary ten years ago. Nowadays it is almost impossible for us to survive without our phones, not only our social life but also our business life is entrusted to these devices in our pocket!
article by Bob Zukis - Forbes
The CEO of the Amazing Company says to the bartender, “I’ll have a glass of tequila.” The CIO steps up and says, “Hit me with a glass of ice.” Finally, the CISO adds, “You know what, I’ll have a glass of lime juice.”
article by Matthew Burbidge - The Margin
Before you adopt hyperconverged infrastructure, it could be useful to answer some questions: what kinds of workloads are you dealing with now, and can you see any room for greater efficiencies?
article by Keara Dowd - BizTech Magazine
Two industry leaders are joining forces to bring businesses solutions for digital transformation.
article by Daniel Newman - Forbes
Over the summer, streaming giant and industry up-ender Netflix reported its first domestic subscriber loss since 2011 and its lowest quarterly subscriber growth in three years. Within hours, its stock value tanked $17 billion in a single day. You read that right: $17 BILLION. Clearly, no one is immune from disruption and this is especially true in the media and entertainment business—even those who helped create and spur them forward.
article by Bernard Marr - Forbes
Even though banking and financial services have been slower than other industries to adopt the latest technology into their operations, financial organizations are trying to catch up by incorporating artificial intelligence, blockchain, and other technology to benefit their customers, remain competitive and improve business results. Here are the 7 biggest technology trends that will disrupt banking and financial services in 2020.
article by Charles Towers-Clark - Forbes
The mining industry is facing a tough decision. A staunchly traditional industry, mining is now at a critical juncture in which it will either adopt new technologies or be left behind. The mining industry was actually one of the first industries alongside defence to adopt automation technology, but since that first step, there has not been much progress. Over the last few years, the mining industry has faced increasing environmental, social, and resource-based pressure to change the way it operates. As an indirect result of being so set in its ways, widespread automation may be the only way to bring the mining industry up to date.
article from CEO Magazine - October 2019
Edge Computing is the future of digital transformation – it’s the key to the always-on future. Can leaders afford not to invest, or will they be left behind?
article by Kevin Peterson - G2
Digitization is having a significant impact on every sector, and the banking industry is no exception.
written by Mary K. Pratt - CIO Magazine
Business intelligence (BI) leverages software and services to transform data into actionable insights that inform an organization’s business decisions.