Data may be invisible, but its effect on your business when something goes wrong is all too tangible. As the team that feels most accountable managing data, IT can teach us a great deal about the power of information and how to approach it more ethically.
Whether it is speeding up your next rental car order or supporting scientists recreating the Big Bang that started our cosmos – Autonomous solutions can be a game changer at any company or institution tackling the on-going need for innovation.
Innovative ideas have no actual value: it’s only by acting on them that they earn value. And effective action is only possible with the right tools for the job. Thankfully, in a digital business world, the IT department can hand us a fully-equipped toolbox.
Automation is definitely in fashion. IT leaders are wise to the opportunity to save time and resource, but need to deal with the variety of automation projects, how to showcase their value to the rest of the business but also, fully reap the benefits of this latest technology for their own department.
Blockchain, the cloud-based distributed ledger, is one of the hottest emerging business technologies and has clearly become one of the latest buzzwords. But how do you know whether you are ready to deploy it for your company?
Artificial Intelligence (AI) can and will underpin many of the upcoming changes affecting organizations as a whole, but especially IT departments. AI is being hailed as the cornerstone of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, with the potential to completely overhaul the way we live and work.
Sport and technology have a long history, but 2018 marked a significant milestone: Video Assistant Referee tech finally made its World Cup debut. Tennis embraced Hawk-Eye years ago, but football was much slower to adopt this kind of technology to help athletes and officials. But it isn’t just those on the pitch, or court, who are seeing the impact of technological change. Mobile apps can improve the fan experience, whether you’re at home or in the stands, by sharing match...
Cloud adoption just keeps climbing. Public cloud services are now used by 85% of IT and cybersecurity professionals, up from 57% in 2013. But could there be a security storm in the air? Each year Oracle and KPMG produce the Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report, based on a survey examining public cloud usage and cybersecurity measures. The latest findings show there’s plenty of confidence, but we see some mistakes more often than others – here are our top 5. Responsibility...