The rise of the cloud data platform

The rise of the cloud data platform

As impressive as the enterprise’s progress toward a data-driven economy was last year, the big bang we’ve been expecting from big data is still ahead.

Return to the office: Organizational resiliency and the new normal

Return to the office: Organizational resiliency and the new normal

The WFH pivot was remarkable, but workplace re-entry creates a new set of challenges for business leaders.

AI in healthcare: The tech is here, the users are not

AI in healthcare: The tech is here, the users are not

The biggest challenges for AI-enabled care are delivering real-time insights into the clinical workflow and gaining acceptance from caregivers as well as patients. Innovative solutions continue to emerge.

How data historians have evolved to make industrial data actionable

How data historians have evolved to make industrial data actionable

Democratizing data can level the playing field and empower your workforce to make better, data-driven decisions.

Ready for the hybrid workforce

Ready for the hybrid workforce

Industry experts discuss how a hybrid workforce offers potential benefits for both workers and enterprises, but also comes with new security risks.

Are CIOs sleeping on ‘low code’?

Are CIOs sleeping on ‘low code’?

Growing trends suggest CIOs must adopt a new philosophy for executing a low-code culture in IT – and across the business.

Customer loyalty is up for grabs; retention is now mission-critical

Customer loyalty is up for grabs; retention is now mission-critical

By focusing on the customer POV, CIOs can make digital transformation more visible and measurable within a business context.

How Nextdoor’s engineering team jumped into action to help small businesses during COVID-19

How Nextdoor’s engineering team jumped into action to help small businesses during COVID-19

How Nextdoor and engineering head Mai Ling developed new services in record time by shifting project roadmaps, brainstorming new ideas, and making tough decisions about what to stop doing.

The ‘why’ of digital transformation is the key to unlocking value

The ‘why’ of digital transformation is the key to unlocking value

Too many leadership teams focus on the ‘how’ or ‘what’ of their digitalization projects – which makes the destination less clear and can lead to negative ROI.

Knowing where the line is in IT risk management

Knowing where the line is in IT risk management

Not all risk is a raging fire. Technology projects should be weighed against your organization’s broader risk appetite.

Get good at delivering software

Get good at delivering software

Survival in the digital age requires an emphasis on execution and speed, enabled by a DevOps approach across the business

Money for nothing: Making sense of data collaborations in healthcare

Money for nothing: Making sense of data collaborations in healthcare

The monetization of healthcare data has been a long-pursued goal for tech firms and healthcare enterprises. Newly formed data collaboratives are taking a fresh approach.

When emotions run high: Protecting your network infrastructure from reputational attacks

When emotions run high: Protecting your network infrastructure from reputational attacks

In today’s environment, where one angry tweet can go viral, CISOs play a critical role in protecting the brand.

The big debate: control compliance vs. risk management

The big debate: control compliance vs. risk management

Industry-standard security frameworks are important, but they also need to align with the rest of your organization's risk management practices.

4 tips for selling a transformation project to your CEO

4 tips for selling a transformation project to your CEO

A successful transformation initiative can establish your position as a business leader, not just a technology guru – but first you have to sell it to your boss.

What will ensure the continued ascent of telehealth technology?

What will ensure the continued ascent of telehealth technology?

Telehealth is at a crossroads. Here are three things health systems must consider before investing further in telehealth technology.

Why the ‘experience of things’ lies at the heart of digital transformation

Why the ‘experience of things’ lies at the heart of digital transformation

Employee, customer, and ecosystem form the core experience pillars required for transforming your business.

Risk, the misunderstood discipline

Risk, the misunderstood discipline

Knowing the difference between risk appetite, tolerance, and threshold enables better decision making about technology investments to drive the business forward.

How engineering transformed a legacy business–and redefined ‘done’

How engineering transformed a legacy business–and redefined ‘done’

Agero turned its contact center-based business into a digital-first, consumer-centric company – and unlocked engineering talent along the way. An interview with Chief Digital Officer Bernie Gracy.

At CES, a new era of hardware addresses the work-from-home shift

At CES, a new era of hardware addresses the work-from-home shift

At CES 2021, Dell, HP, and Lenovo, the three largest PC vendors, all unveiled a spate of new business laptops with security enhancements like hardened protection and built-in smarts to guard against ransomware, crypto-mining, and...

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